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It is worth the 14 metre climb to the top to see the Pagoda. It is over 1000 years old and is great to see. There are gardens surrounding the Pagoda and it is leaning slightly. It is very crowded on the weekends.
I wouldn't call it majestic, but you can survey Suzhou pretty well from the top of the pagoda. The rest is an average garden, but since it isn't one of the main attractions in Suzhou it's significantly less busy, so come here to avoid the...More
I visited this place as part of a tour through China. It had a lovely atmosphere and felt so secluded from the cityscape. It reminded me of the Buddhist Temples you might see in the movies, high up in the mountains. Definitely worth a visit...More
The leaning pagoda is very cool to see, it's one of those things where you just can't make sense of how such a huge (and old!) structure is still standing today when it is leaning the way it is. Lots of tourists, but that's what...More
It was interesting seeing the architecture of this pagoda .. the place was very quiet maybe because we arrived there at sunset time. People love taking photos there the kind of leaning on the pagoda as if you were the one pushing it :-)
The Yunyan Pagoda, also known as the Leaning Pagoda, stands on top of Tiger hill and for me was the main attraction of Tiger Hill and why I went to Tiger Hill. I think the best time to go is mid to late afternoon, so...More
If you are not the fittest person (like me) be aware of the steps to make it to the temple at the tip of the hill, Very pretty, well maintained gardens, the temple sits high on top of the Tiger Hill Park area - and...More