A distant view of Bailu Pagoda, or Egret Pragoda, in Yanghu Wetland Park, Changsha. [Photo/yuelu.gov.cn]
Yanghu Wetland Park is a national 4A-level scenic spot (the second highest level for tourist attractions in China) in Changsha and opens to the public free of charge on June 22, 2011.
Located to the north of Yanghu Avenue, it serves as a multi-functional zone integrating culture, recreation, education and ecological protection.
With a total investment of 170 million yuan, the first phase of the wetland park is functionally divided into four parts: wetland recreational area, biodiversity exhibition area, ecosystem conversation area, and science and education area.
The park offers a good place for visitors to immerse themselves into the nature and breathe in the fresh air.
Yanghu Wetland Park and Phalen Regional Park in St. Paul established the sister-park relationship in 2015, a boost to enhance bilateral cultural exchanges and cooperation.
Yanghu Wetland Park offers Changsha people a good place to enjoy the natural beauty amid the hustle and bustle of the city. [Photo/yuelu.gov.cn]
Transportation: Take Bus line 4 and get off at the Yanghu Wetland Park station.