Xinhua Hotel

Address: No.111 Jinmen Road, Jinchang District, Suzhou, Jiangsu, 215008, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No.111 Jinmen Road, Jinchang District, Suzhou, is near Humble Administrator's Garden, Lion Forest Garden, Suzhou Museum, and Tongli Town.
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    Travel Blogs from Suzhou

    Suzhou, City of Canals

    A travel blog entry by slax on Aug 24, 2015

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    Following our excitement on Saturday, we were looking for a calmer day. Alison and I planned to walk to the Suzhou Silk Museum. It has received several favorable reviews on TripAdvisor. The others decided to join us. Unfortunately, TripAdvisor didn't note that the museum was closed for renovation. We were directed to another place with silk making demonstrations but that really wasn't what we expected when we set out. After lunch, Alison, Craig and I toured the ...

    Tongli Old Town

    A travel blog entry by alcatrav on Jun 28, 2015

    We met to check out early this morning before grabbing the metro to the train station. Here we bought our tickets back to Nanjing for later although we accidentally bought to Nanjing and not Nanjing South railway station which means our journey will be a little longer crossing town to campus. Next we located the adjacent bus station and bought our tickets to Tongli. As with yesterday we had to wait an hour until ...

    Suzhou in the Rain

    A travel blog entry by alcatrav on Jun 27, 2015

    ... place however we couldn't help but feel it might be a little more enjoyable to wander around in the sunshine. We went for lunch at a nearby restaurant and discovered that the mark up is quite big in the tourist areas. However the food was truly excellent, particularly the tofu which was well cooked with just the right amount of chillies and oil. Having started lunch late, by the time we were finished we were too late to visit the Suzhou museum! So we went for a walk through ...


    A travel blog entry by namladi on Jun 06, 2015

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    ... were beautiful reminders of Chinese attentiveness for detail and precision. Mandarin ducks swimming in the cool waterbodies represent love in the Chinese culture because if one partner dies then the other will starve to death.


    A ride on the Chinese boat along the canal while listening to the boatman singing a love ballad was the high point of the day.

    Gardens, Worms & Gondolas

    A travel blog entry by dave-sue on Nov 23, 2014

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    ... was here that Jo told us about the binding of women's feet, which lasted over a 1000 years, not ending until the 1st of the 20th Century. This was done primarily to the girls of well-to-do families. With the feet bound from infancy, the foot would grow to no more than three inches and was terribly deformed. One of the motivations behind the binding was to keep the women within the house because they couldn't walk any distance or remain on their feet. It ...