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    A. Zheshan Park

    Zheshan Hill, a hill in Zheshan Park, lying in the centre of Wuhu city, occupies 47.87 hectares with an elevation of 221 meters. It is said to be the spot where Gan Jiang, a renowned sword-smith two thousand years ago cast swords, turned the hill rocks into reddish brown with the flame and smoke. Therefore, it is named after Zhe, a Chinese character meaning the color of reddish brown. Now it has become an ideal vantage point for a bird’s eye view of the city.

    Zheshan Pagoda is located in the backyards of Guangji Temple on the slope of the hill. Built in 1065, it is a brick and wooden Buddhist pagoda with five storeys, six flying corners and outer walls inlaid with magnificently-made brick sculptures of Buddha. It is now ranged among the provincial preservation units of historical and cultural relics.

    Inside the park, there are 220 varieties of plants, 100 thousand trees, grassland of 4.1 thousand sq. m and aesthetic forest of 10.4 thousand sq. m.

    In 2000, it was granted as a national 2A tourist attraction. The zoo was enlarged in 2002 and five squares were built for public recreation.

    The park is free to the public and the buses NO.11, NO.8, NO.3, and NO. 4 go directly there
     

    B. Tingtang Park

    Located in Jinghu District of Wuhu, Tingtang Park, the first park sponsored by farmers in China and a 2A tourist attraction, offers recreation and sightseeing to visitors.

    The park, covering 66.7 hectares with the area being equally divided by water and land, is featured by its vast lake, elegant pavilions and luxuriant vegetation. Besides, various recreational activities are designed for visitors: horse-riding, boating, rest in the houselets on the lake, and appreciation of the displays of folk-customs, root carving and wonder stones. 

    The most well-known scenic spot is “Throwing Horsewhip Pavilion” which was built in 1085 according a historic event that the emperor of East Jin threw his horsewhip to mislead his enemy.

     The park was built with the money raised by farmers and opened to the public in October 1984, and now it has become an ideal place for city residents seeking for tranquility and freshness in nature, thus gaining the title “a tourist pearl of the city”.
     

    C. Fantawild Adventure

    Wuhu Fantawild Adventure Theme Park is located in the Development Zone of Yangtze River Bridge in Wuhu City, Anhui province. It is the largest theme park of the fourth generation in China covering an area of 1,250,000 m², which includes 530,000m² of land and 720,000m² of water. With an estimated 1.5 Billion yuan in investment, Fantawild Adventure Wuhu is part of the Huaqiang Tour City. Adopting the most advanced technology, Fantawild Adventure is popularly praised as one of the best amusement attractions in the world.     

    Wuhu Fantawild Adventure is composed of 15 theme attractions as the Sunshine Plaza, City Walk, Fishman’s Wharf, The Space, Mysterious River Valley, Vesuvius, The Lost Empire, Dwarf Kingdom Hill, Wild West, Dino-Peninsula, Conch Bay, Duludubi Farm, Kid’s Zone, Water Zone and Flare Meteor. All attractions offer entertainment to all the family members. Visitors have free access to Sunshine Plaza, City Walk and Fishman’s Wharf. They will go back to the age of the Dinosaurs, experience a journey to outer space, and discover the magic of filmmaking and magical experience. It is a happy feast, a magic dreamland and a Kingdom full of adventures.