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Serpentine canals, filled with local shops, few tourist so it's not crowded. Enjoy d singing of the oars lady while she navigated through d canals. Not far from.Suzhou. taxi ride took 45 minutes through traffic.
Luzhi is a very small ancient town that is quite close to Kunshan. When I departed from Shanghai,I took the metro and bus to Luzhi town.There is no entry fee when you just want to enter the town.But for the attractions in the town,you should...More
If you are visiting Shanghai then you simply have to visit one of the many water towns. You will need to take the bullet train to Suzhou, which in itself is technically a water town but with a population of ten million it doesn't quite...More
We certainly enjoyed the boat tour and the views of the old City. Outstanding and well worth the time spent. We also walked along some of the adjacent shopping streets and visited some of the small food stores.
Nice snack/shops walk along the river.
You can take a boat for a quick 20minutes-ride at 150rmb for 4 people. The lady sang a little bit for 1minute... still funny to experiment.
Some shocking stuffs though...the turtles trapped in plastic boxes, painted in super heroes’...More
Our visit to the Luzhi Ancient Town was nice since we liked the way the boats went around the canal. The town is actually full of small bridges and dozens of ancient bridges, which is quite a nice feature. Though depending upon what time you...More
Less than an hour from Suzhou and worth a trip once you’ve done the main sights. Small but quite pretty and more real water town, as people actually live there. Even though it was Dragonboat holiday and free of charge (apart from two buildings including...More