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Ralph W wrote a review Oct 2017
Suzhou, China863 contributions81 helpful votes
It’s worth to come here for leisure in weekends afternoon. At least on Sunday you can see a lot of Chinese here for relaxing in tents or making bbq.
Date of experience: October 2017
Bas F wrote a review Feb 2016
Roosendaal, The Netherlands325 contributions93 helpful votes
The location is very attractive to be and you have all kinds of restaurants and bars. The food is excellent. It is a walking area and you may enjoy during night the beautifull light colours.
Date of experience: March 2015
Byng wrote a review Jul 2015
Bangkok, Thailand1,864 contributions152 helpful votes
Whenever in Shanghai you mentioned aboit Yangcheng Lake, the famous Shanghai Hairy Crab drag the spot light. Lately, it isn't so anymore. Covering a land area of 22.4 square kilometers, Yangcheng Lake Peninsula had been developed into an international resort and a 5A national tourist destination integrating comprehensive services of tourism, resort, recreation, dining & wining, entertainment, convention, and eco-friendly habitat. Previously, sight seeing bus service is available at the Suzhou Industrial Park. Since April this year, Bicycle Inn had been opened on Yangcheng Lake Peninsular to provide one-stop service of bicycle rental, deposit and maintenance for tourists and bicycle lovers. The bikeway around Yangcheng Lake at the tourist resort is the first bikeway for leisure in Suzhou with total distance of about 18 kilometers, including 3.7 kilometers waterborne running side be side with YungYang Road. Along Yung Yang Road, there are a lot of restaurants. Open Air Seated is a key selling point. Whilst enjoying good food, the lake view and unpolluted air enhanced your appetite. You definitely need a few days here to explore more. …
Date of experience: July 2015