Located in Zini Village of Guangzhou's Panyu District, Baomo Garden is a Chinese garden complex covering an area of over 25 acres. Having been built during the Qing Dynasty, under the reign of Emperor Jiaqing to honour Lord Bao Zheng for his admirable qualities, Baomo Garden is a fine example of the gardens of South China. The garden showcases the culture of South China, its unique traditional architecture and its magnificent garden art and features picture-perfect scenery of numerous stone archways, sculptures of wood, clay, porcelain as well as stone and wood carvings. The Rose Yard, Lotus Pond, Orchid Garden, and Purple Bamboo Woods offer a wealth of diverse flora and will be paradise to any nature enthusiast. Some of the other main attractions of the Baomo Garden include the Zhiben Hall, Longtu Hall, Zhao Tailai Collection Hall, Qianxiang Corridor and its numerous water features.
Admission tickets cost around ¥40
Open daily from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Around 1 – 2 hours
Adults, Families, Young Adults, Senior Guests, Children
Zhiben Hall, Longtu Hall, Zhao Tailai Collection Hall and Qianxiang Corridor
Though designated prayer room facilities at Baomo Garden will be unavailable, there is plenty of private space at the garden that can be made use of during prayer times. Muslim travellers may also visit some of the mosques near Panyu such as the Huaisheng Mosque in Guangzhou, which is the one of the most prominent mosques near Panyu.
Halal food near Baomo Garden will be available at some of the Halal restaurants in Panyu. Some of the well-known Halal food spots include the Halal food canteen in the Panyu Polytechnic and the Muslim food stall at the Shawan Nan Village. It is also possible to visit some of the more prominent Halal restaurants in Guangzhou city such as the the Bosphorus, Aussie Pizza, Xinyue Muslim Restaurant and Maedah.