We didn't have time to visit the pagoda itself as the queues were enormous (it was Chinese National Holiday), but the park was fascinating; very busy, well laid out, plenty of places to eat (both Chinese and Western).
At 2pm every afternoon the fountains 'dance' to Chinese and western classical music for half an hour. It really was a spectacular display.
The park is free to enter, the only charge being to see the pagoda itself.
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