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Huishan Old Town is very close to Wuxi, you can get there via bullet train from Shanghai (takes 45 minutes). This is a beautiful little spot, not to be missed if you’re in the area. There are pretty lotus ponds, and gorgeous architecture surrounded by...More
its a great place to visit minimum half a day required to cover all area. Inside town there is a museum called Clay Figurines museum which depicts art by using clay in ancient China, informative. some local houses are huge and awesome. Worth to visit.
A lovely and well set up garden and old town area. We started through the gardens, walking up the hill to the temple, amongst the trees. You walk up a paved way with occasional stairs. It's uphill but easy. Then we went down and walked...More
...even during public holidays not too crowded (for Chinese conditions). Lovely old town with small streets, a lot of delicious street food and tea houses. We did combine the trip with a walk in Xihui park and a cable car trip to Huishan mountain. Highly...More
For a Westerner, this well restored property, consisting of many homes and clan temples of older days, is an instructive and pleasant means of understanding ‘old’ China. Some excellent restaurants on the property and also some scrumptious street foods.
This is a stunning ancient water town in Wuxi. Its close to the Wuxi city so easiest way to get there is by taxi.
They are currently doing a lot of work and restoration on different buildings - but there is still plenty of uninterrupted...More
Its an amazing place to visit. Such an old palace equipped with such a mysterious garden superb superb and superb!!!
You can feel how the emperor loves his gardening passion and decorate his palace with nature.
Worth visiting place....