Shang Lake
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yfylou
Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia6,502 contributions
Dec 2019
The lake is surrounded with wetlands and isles. They are mainly pine trees, green in summer but autumn turns golden orange foliage, very romantic. While rafting at the water forest, it is an enjoyable sight.
Written January 11, 2020
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Lionheart1261
Vienna Region, Austria526 contributions
Sep 2018 • Business
you can take a ride by car around the lake and stop by at the various point. Any of them, depending on the sunlight direction, will be good for shooting very nice pictures of magnificent scenery. A place not to miss when in Changshu
Written September 20, 2018
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Jessicah B
Birmingham, UK41 contributions
Jun 2016 • Friends
Enjoyed a lovely walk around the lake with a friend, some great scenery and very nice to relax and enjoy the views. Ended up walking for around 2 hours!
Written June 30, 2016
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Maverick2601
Shanghai, China28 contributions
Mar 2016 • Couples
It´s really nice place but.... too expensive. The second big MINUS is: This is a natural scene, but no dogs allowed to enter :( They provide dog boxes on the entry. But this room is first very dirty and second are the boxes not really convidient. Was one time there....was also the last time!
Written April 12, 2016
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thanga_uk
Liverpool, UK64 contributions
Aug 2015 • Family
visit yesterday, this place is well planned by local authorities, entrance fee is little high i think, 60 RMB, well connected by 2 bus routes 116,117 from city, our taxi onward cost 35 rmb, and return bust 1 RMB, yes just one RMB. Natural lake converted by several division, bridges, walkways and boating, cycle hire, amusements park, inflate boat hire and jet ski also available.

Very few birds we can see. not 102 the sign says.

We really enjoy our visit spend 3.5 hours.
Written August 23, 2015
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Bob
Chardon, OH1,624 contributions
May 2015 • Business
I visited Shang Lake for a couple of hours on March 26th…I mention the date only because we were about 1 week too early to see all of the flowers in full bloom. There are some signs in English, but was happy to have a Chinese host to interpret for us. It is a very large park with mostly paved paths. There are many flower beds along with older style buildings and bridges around the lake. This is a great place to take pictures. We saw a man that had trained a group of Great Cormorants to fish out on the lake…very cool. I saw quite a few birds to add to my list while we walked around. Right outside the park is a little place called Landior Café Lakeside. It is a great little place to get a bite to eat. They have fresh made juice from about anything you can think of. Our group tried mango, watermelon, and orange juice…all great. We had wonton soup and it was wonderful.
Written May 2, 2015
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wirralways
New York13 contributions
Jun 2014 • Solo
I cycled here from the crowne plaza hotel one sunday and was glad to find the cafe, on the south side of the bridge across the lake. I would take a taxi.
There is a park(admission fee) and small commercial area nearby , but like most of changshu they have built it and are hoping people will come for tourism. So far not many people have turned up so its not jumping. However on a sunny and clear day (you don't get many) then its a good place for a bit of chilling.
The larger lake to the south of changshu has a fun fair on its island , but again its been built and not many people have turned up yet
Written January 3, 2015
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Jeffrey joggin
82 contributions
Nov 2019
Every chinese lake is boring. Nothing exciting is permitted. No boating,swimming, fishing, camping, water sports.. forget about it. no one can use the lake.. just look
Written November 8, 2019
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Arun Roy
Pune, India1,021 contributions
Sep 2017 • Friends
Lovely quit place away from the city. Enjoyed nature walk with colleagues. The lake huge and both banks are connected by a bridge.
Written August 27, 2018
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Becky H
Burnham, UK84 contributions
Sep 2017 • Couples
My friend Sammy and I spent the day by Shang lake. We hired a bicycle made for two and visited the banks where the boats belonging to a local school are moored. Some of the surrounding tourists sites have fallen into disrepair, but the lake itself is lovely. We couldn't find a cafe or anything like that. There are reasonably clean toilets, but nothing much more than that. We were pestered a bit for photos.
Written June 10, 2018
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