A meandering village of traditional Chinese style gray brick farmhouses comprises one of the more interesting aspects of Bruce Lee Paradise, a sprawling park that has been created around the ancestral home of marshal arts movie icon Bruce Lee.
The buildings themselves, with those lovely green and yellow stained glass windows (pictured, above) in the Lingnan, or Southern Chinese, style, were a personal highlight. I've always been a big fan of traditional Chinese architecture.
The interior spaces have simple – yet interesting – displays about Bruce Lee, in particular, and Chinese marshal arts, in general.
How to Get There
Bruce Lee Paradise is located in Shun De, which is technically a part of Foshan. It took us about 70 to 75 minutes to get there from our hotel, Swissotel Foshan, which is a five star hotel located in the heart of Foshan, China. We went there by private car.
Looking at the map, Bruce Lee Paradise appears to be about half way between Jiangmen and Zhongshan. So it could also be visited if you are traveling to either one of those cities.
Address: Shapu Road, Junán, Shunde, Foshan, Guangdong, China Telephone: (86) 0757 2550 8813; 2550 8822
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