Everything you need to know before visiting Suzhou – An amazing city!

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Suzhou is one of the cities in China where the country’s customs and traditions still live on. The city is decorated with beautiful bridges, classical gardens and enigmatic buildings that resemble the city’s vibrant history.

Lingshan Grand Buddha Statue
Lingshan Grand Buddha Statue | Image Credit: Synyan, Lingshan Grand budda, CC BY 3.0

Overview

Suzhou is a city located to the north-west of the sprawling city of Shanghai. The city is an economic hotspot and a focal point of commerce and trade. The city is located in the low regions of the Yangtze River and in the banks of Lake Tai. The city is home to a number of attractions and well-known places it is also a popular tourist hotspot.

Things to do

The city is diverse and vibrant! It boasts beautiful architecture and houses building that have been built hundreds of years ago. You also get to taste an impressive range of delicious food items in Suzhou. The city also houses a number of modern buildings such as shopping malls and complexes where you can shop to your heart’s content. Even a stroll around the cities beautiful will be an exciting experience.

Places to Visit

As mentioned earlier Suzhou features a number of places of attractions, Lake Thai, the Humble Administrator’s Garden, Ling Shan Grand Buddha Statue,Hanshan temple, Suzhou Ferris wheel are some of the places and attractions you should consider visiting during your stay at the city.

Accommodation options

There are plenty of options to choose from if you are looking for accommodation in Guangzhou China. You will find a slew of exclusive hotels and serviced apartments the likes of Somerset Baitang Suzhou offer you best-in-class accommodation options to ensure that you’ll enjoy a comfortable stay.

Caleb Falcon is a travel writer who specializes in writing content based on the many exciting world adventures that await intrepid travellers. Google+

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