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Wangshan Farm

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Wangshan Farm

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Wangshan Village, Yuexi Street, Wuzhong District, Suzhou 215103 China
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All Inclusive Suzhou & Zhouzhuang Water Town Day Tour with Boat Ride
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All Inclusive Suzhou & Zhouzhuang Water Town Day Tour with Boat Ride

Explore the highlights of China’s “Venice of the East,” and visit one of the country’s most evocative water towns, on this full-day, private tour. In the morning, meet your guide at your Suzhou hotel or the train station. Discover top city highlights, including the UNESCO-listed Lingering Garden, the I.M. Pei-designed Suzhou Museum, and a local silk-making factory. In the afternoon, transfer to the picturesque Zhouzhuang Water Town, and explore its centuries-old architecture and scenic canals.
$217.00 per adult
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KarenChamps wrote a review Feb 2016
Beijing, China8 contributions4 helpful votes
Here we had an opportunity to get our kids up close with nature. We spent the day strolling along the paths and enjoyed and enjoyed jumping from stone to stone out to the middle of the lake. The restaurants in the area offer great local food and the buildings are old and filled with character.
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Date of experience: January 2016
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Brandon Lai wrote a review Nov 2014
Sri Kembangan, Malaysia30 contributions8 helpful votes
It's a beautiful hill with well reserved greeneries! This is a place that's least crowded unlike the other famous spots in SuZhou. 九龙潭 is beautiful. A great place to take photographs without people running around in the background. The tea farm is a great place to rest and relax. Seen some couples here taking their pre-wedding photos, the scenery is that good that couples would make their lasting photo memories here!
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TravelingZs wrote a review Oct 2012
Princeton, New Jersey20 contributions15 helpful votes
We were looking for a beautiful natural place nearby suzhou, and found information on this village. We took a taxi from our place in suzhou industrial park, and about 40 minutes later, arrived in this quaint beautiful mountain village. We took a hike to the Nine Dragon Pond, walked through the bamboo forest, went to Ai Dai Ridge, where we had green tea in the middle of the tea fields. Walking through the tea fields, we saw goats walking through freely. They were not afraid of us at all. The baby goats were so cute.
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Date of experience: October 2012
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MrPSuzhou wrote a review May 2012
Suzhou6 contributions4 helpful votes
The whole area is very pretty but something of a tourist trap in the making, each local site will take your cash, some offer only a pleasant 5 minute stroll in return, much of the 'scenery' is still under construction at May 2012
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Date of experience: May 2012
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12345640 wrote a review Apr 2011
Surfers Paradise, Australia7 contributions2 helpful votes
We had our 2-day holiday in Wangshan. We lived in Huanxiu Resort & SPA. The room cost us about 800 yuan/ night. It's really beautiful, and I feel cozy. In spring, the farm is verdure, green and beautiful. The peach flowers are blooming. We have a dinner in Wonderful House ( in Chinese name; 旺福楼,Wang Fulou). O(∩_∩)O, I am learning Chinese. But the boss can speak fluent English and he is very nice. The food is very delicious. And we have a walk in the village, the village is rustic, surrounded by mountains. We enjoy tea in a tea house on the Nine-dragon Pool. Wangshan is China's 4A-grade Scenic Spot and is famous for Suzhou's most beautiful village. It costs you nothing when you enter Wangshan, but you should pay 10 yuan/person to the Nine-dragon Pool, and Gendao. Wangshan has tea plantations. The tea is Biluochun (碧螺春,green tea), very famous in China. Wangshan is not far from Lake Tai and Mudu Town. You can call a taxi by calling 0512-67776777.
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Date of experience: April 2011
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