Ganzhou, formerly romanized as Kanchow, is a prefecture-level city in southern Jiangxi, China, bordering Fujian to the east, Guangdong to the south, and Hunan to the west. Its administrative seat is at Zhanggong District.
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This is one of two pontoon Bridges in Ganzhou. The two rivers Gong and Zhang come together in Ganzhou to form the Gan River. One pontoon bridge spans each of these two tributaries near the point where they meet. You can walk across the pontoon bridge, which is just long wooden planks fastened together, sitting atop about 60 floating wooden boats. Really interesting!
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It took me 40 minutes from my hotel in a newly developed district to the Tongtian Cave.
After I passed the main entrance, I saw a pond with lotus leaves with dozens of koi carps. The leaves in the autumn turned yellow. Two tourists were feeding the fish. A great autumn view for photo-taking.
On the right of a man-made waterfall, there stood a statue of Master Wang Yangming. On the left is a footpath going up the hill. There are steps with running water next to the footpath so you can hear the sound of water and feel relaxed.
The caves show visitors with sculptures of hundreds years ago and those made in recent years too. I am fond of the former ones for the better Chinese calligraphy.
I have been impressed by the shape of the roots of some giant trees. Natural and Fantastic.
I saw the dancing room for Mr. Jiang Jingguo and heard stories about him and his mistress who died in Guangxi. Interesting.
The sleeping Buddha statue was newly made. I would prefer the original one even though it might look old and broken.
Very nice walk uphill in the autumn.
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It is close to the wall for defence which was built in the Sung dynasty. Walking down the steps, I saw several boats selling sundried fish and other kinds of sundried stuff including shrimps, seaweeds and turtles. The boats are also homes of fishermen.
It was cloudy and quite windy that day. I saw Gan Jiang (River Gan) and felt its powerful running water.
The pontoon is upon boats and I saw a local fishing hiding himself in one of the boats and a few others fishing on the pontoon on a small portable folding chair. Locals use this pontoon to go to the other side of the city. I saw grandpa taking young kids home after school, housewives carrying vegetables and fruits, men walking with his bicycle from one side of the pontoon to the other side. This is something real for locals, not for tourists.
I suggest visitors spend adequate time there to walk from one end to the other end for a very special experience. You will be amazed by the intelligent design of the pontoon of ancient Chinese.
It is worth visiting the second time.
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All cities were surrounded by walls during the good old (or bad old, depending) days in China. Nearly all are gone now. Ganzhou has an long section intact. I suspect it has been heavily restored. Some bricks are new, while others probably date back a long way, perhaps to the Song dynasty. Many have characters stamped on the bricks, but alas they apparently do not indicate date. The river on one side, the long winding wall on the other - in a park setting. Mainly locals, and not crowded. Quite nice.
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This is actually about Bajing Pavillion and the surrounding park.
I walked here from Ganzhou Pavillion and found it quite by accident. The pavillion costs 30 RMB to get in, but you also get to walk on part of the old Ganzhou city wall. The views of the river from both the pavillion and the wall are nice and great for photos. It's well worth seeing while visiting Ganzhou.
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the sites has been being maintained well, interesting garden and the old furnitures were kept and old clothings were shown outside the old city wall is ganjiang worths visiting
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Point of attraction to tourists who love China ancient civilization.
Very old school style groups of building. I love it. Can do better.
Many houses were not renovated and opened for tourist.
Clean and fix the ruin was enough. Please keep them raw, old and pure(less colourful spot light).
Much much potential and need much more publication to the world.
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