The West Gate is the main entrance and one of the most representative buildings of Peking University.
Minghe Garden, also known as Ming He Yuan or Singing Crane Garden, is one of the ancient gardens of Peking University, located in the northwest corner of the campus.
The Alumni Bridge is 15m long and 4m wide and it is the first landmark you would see upon entering the historical and picturesque West Gate of Peking University.
Located at the north shore of Weiming Lake, Jingchun Garden is bordered by Langrun Garden in the north, Weiming Lake in the south, east wall of Peking University campus in the east, and Minghe Garden in the west.
Yan Garden’s scenery has been famously described as “glimmering lake reflecting pagoda.”
Wandering into campus through the West Gate of PKU, strolling up the stone bridge, walking past the lawn and looking around, the first thing that one may notice is a pair of stone columns, purely white, smoothly carved out of marble.