Badachu Park

Badachu Park is a historically significant Buddhist temple garden.

Scenic Level : AAAA
  • Best Time to Visit:

    All year round
  • Duration:

    2 Hours
  • Admission:

    10 yuan per person 10 yuan per person


Badachu Park

During autumn, visitors can enjoy the picturesque scenery of lush green pines and cypresses complemented by vibrant red leaves. The “Three Mountains, Eight Temples, and Twelve Naturally-formed Landscapes” offer a colorful and refreshing experience to visitors.

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