Chengdu Cultural Park is worth visiting. The Spring Festival is just around the time when the Begonia Garden is full of flowers. The scenery is pleasant. The flower beds decorated by the park are very beautiful. In the garden, white and red waxberries blossom. People drink tea and chat under the flowers. They live a very comfortable and slow life.
Inadvertently walked into the Cultural Park, many people in Chengdu are walking and playing, and there are groups of dancers, unlike those who have long been tucking up the world. What touched me most was the rest area in the corner of the park, a large open-air table and chair, mahjong playing, tea drinking and chatting in groups of 35, with large hot pots beside each table, cups and pots on the table, leisurely and leisurely, so time flowed slowly, in everyone's comfort. This kind of leisure without noise and impatience is enviable. We immediately decided with Xiao Ba that this would be our place for retirement.
If you walk along Qintai Road to Qingyang Palace, you can go through it, which will save a lot of money. There are 12 Bridges Martyrs'Tombs in the park, as if you remember that the Young Pioneers' activities were held here again. Near the Qingyang Palace, before entering the Qingyang Palace, I saw a circle of Taijiquan, which is not a small area. There are not many non-weekend people. There are also on-site professors of Taijiquan.
The Cultural Park was the place where Chengdu held the Lantern Festival every Spring Festival. Every year when I came back to my hometown and passed through Chengdu, my father would take me to see the lantern, leaving a good memory of my childhood. There is no lantern party now, but I have the opportunity to take a walk, which is really a good place for leisure and entertainment.