Suzhou Taihu Golf Hotel

Address: No.2 Shuli Road, Wuzhong District, Suzhou, Jiangsu, 215164, China | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located in the Wuzhong District area of Suzhou.
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Travel Blogs from Suzhou

Humble administrator's garden

A travel blog entry by delafog on Jun 07, 2015

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The Venice of China

A travel blog entry by jer1983 on Jun 06, 2015

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Today was a day of contrasts: we visited a 1000 year old garden and I went pearl shopping.

It's incredible to see so much consumerism. Our guide told us the country is "communism with it's own style."

In the evening, at a tasty ...

Suzhou

A travel blog entry by namladi on Jun 06, 2015

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... leads into every section of the garden almost as a teaser to the magical splendor that lies beyond. Several tributaries of the Grand Canal flow into the gardens. They are lined with beautiful trees that offer shade an delight your senses at the same time.

Being Saturday, there were throngs of crowds lining up to see the gardens. Lots of beauty all around. The architecture of the buildings was a feast to the eyes. The ...

Fast Train

A travel blog entry by maureen58 on May 08, 2015

1 comment, 21 photos

... There was no fast rail then and some of the roads in this district were still dirt. We eventually found the infamous canals which draws many tourists to experience Venice in China. This area had a real charm. Old timber boats escorted tourists along the narrow canals while others wandered the maze of waterways. It is definitely no Venice but it was certainly an enjoyable area to visit especially when we detoured off the ...

UNESCO - Watertown of Tongli

A travel blog entry by beoms on Dec 25, 2013

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... wich site to pick and might have missed out on some pearls. Some site are UNESCO so you have to see those but some are not and these are the one were you can go upstairs and really see what the houses and furnitures looked liked back in the days. What struck me is that there is no sign of fireplace, anywhere. I wonder how they kept warm. Because it is damn cold here right now! Maybe they had some portable devices ...