This was a bit of a disappointment, especially considering the 65Y fee to get in. While the ground had many buildings, the vast majority were not open to the public, and the few that were open had nearly all of the interpretive signs written only in Chinese. Anyway, it was a nice peaceful park, but it wasn't worth the admission fee.
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