Liuhua Lake Park consists of 3 big lakes and 4 small lakes,
covering an overall area of 540,000 square meters and a water area
of 330,000 square meters. Liuhua Lake was named after the ruined
Liuhua Bridge of the Southern Han Dynasty located at the northeast
of the lake.
The whole park is divided into 4 parts. The north part has a long
narrow lawn, where there are the Banyan Amusement Park, Precious
Elephant Paradise, Badminton Playground, Floating Hill Park, and
Lotus Island as well as a bird island. The bird island, occupying
an area of over 3,000 square meters is where thousands of herons
live. A bird-watching teahouse and platform have been set up for
bird lovers to watch birds.