Fairmont Yangcheng Lake

Address: No.3668 Maanshan West Road, Kunshan, Jiangsu, 215300, China | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located in the Yangcheng Lake Resort area of Kunshan.
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      Travel Blogs from Kunshan

      Delayed before reaching garden city

      A travel blog entry by projectmgrsrus on Jul 24, 2012

      10 photos

      ... boat cruise along the canals the next day was very welcome, and its not difficult to see why Suzhou is called the 'Venice of the East', Unfortunately this allowed us to disembark right outside a silk factory!

      Weather excellent although a little too hot (36C) and very humid - drinking huge quantities of water.

      The visits to 2 classical gardens allowed us to see ...

      Do I ever eat at home? Nah!

      A travel blog entry by genaphor on Oct 03, 2010

      2 comments, 17 photos

      ... to check it out and then home. I went home and had a nap for several hours.
      It was Kate's 50th birthday! We headed to Old Town walking street area to TGI Friday's for dinner. We met up with John, Kate, Jeff, and Greg. I had my first mashed potatoes since I arrived in China, that was over 45 days ago I had mashed potatoes, a little hard to believe!!! I ordered Jack Daniel's ribs, prawns and mashed potatoes, it ...

      Ancient Water Town

      A travel blog entry by wallske on Jul 22, 2010

      4 photos

      On Tuesday my friend and I took the bus to the town of Luzhi, part of which is an ancient water town (town built on the canals). We walked along the canal, over bridges, talked with locals, and had lunch. This is a tourist area, a world heritage site, but it wasn't filled with hordes of people ...

      Slaying Demons

      A travel blog entry by tgreider on Apr 20, 2010

      2 comments, 113 photos

      ... a doubt, the most horrifying, terrifying experience I've had thus far. I carried all of this anxiety in my chest, making it difficult for me to take a deep breath, and I had to fight back tears the entire time. I do, however, want to make it clear that it wasn't the actual act of riding a bike that terrified me--on the contrary, I enjoy being on a bike. It was the environment that did a number on my nerves, and I can safely say that I have almost no desire to do it again. At ...

      Suzhou & Shanghai

      A travel blog entry by maryandjoe on Apr 20, 2008

      1 comment

      ... Persistent people would invite you into an alley to show you a special art exhibit. ( right, a cue to mug you!) There were absolutely throngs of people, just about claustrophobia inspiring. Neat riverfront. Everything is techno - the hilt. Sides of buildings have 30 story high vido screens on othem. Traffic intersections have huge - 120" tv's on 2 corners, flashing advertising. The columns ...