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Tiger Hill

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Tiger Hill

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No.8 Huqiushan, Suzhou 215008 China
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Private Day Tour: Suzhou Incredible Highlights from Shanghai by Car or Train
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Private Day Tour: Suzhou Incredible Highlights from Shanghai by Car or Train

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Discover Suzhou, one of China’s oldest cities, on a private tour from Shanghai. With your own guide, explore the old town famed for its classical gardens, silk, and waterways. See the medieval Panmen Gate and remains of the city walls, admire waterfront Shantang Street, and enjoy lunch overlooking Suzhou’s canals. Plus, visit a silk factory and one of Suzhou’s formal, UNESCO-listed gardens. Entrance fees, private transport, and central hotel pickup and drop-off included.
USD 209.28 per adult
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Deanosaur89 wrote a review Apr 2021
Edmonton, Canada1211 contributions187 helpful votes
The Yunyuan Pagoda and the moss covered stones were the highlights at this park. We loved the look and the feel of the area too with everything so picturesque and old. Besides the pagoda there is a few nice ponds and a pretty large bonsai garden. I would recommend bringing good shoes to this area as it was very slippery when we visited in early April. Plan to be here for an hour or two. Price to enter is 70 RMB during peak season April to October and 60 RMB for the rest of the year.
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Date of experience: April 2021
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Maxim B wrote a review Oct 2020
Ottawa, Canada896 contributions113 helpful votes
An excellent activity to spend a few hours on. Best to pre purchase tickets online. If driving to this attraction, there is a parking lot at the wedding "town"- a large collection of wedding shops - about 10 min walk from the main gates. On a holiday afternoon there were no line ups. By China's standards, the venue wasn't crowded at all. The entire park is well preserved and clean. There is some signage in English, enough to give you an idea of what you are looking at. The most efficient way is to walk up the center to the pagoda from the south entrance and come down in the east side through the Great Buddha Hall, Crane Gully, a pot planted garden and a few other pavilions. Alternatively, can walk all the way through to the north gates, and if you drove and need to get back to the car at the south gate, just take a short boat ride on the canal surrounding the Hill. Overall, spent a very pleasant afternoon there without feeling crowded, unlike the experience we had in some of the classical gardens earlier that day.
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Date of experience: October 2020
David H wrote a review Sep 2020
Dalian, China29 contributions15 helpful votes
Great place to visit lovely and quiet ,reasonable priced and plenty places to eat and drink Very clean toilet facilities was also a bonus The history of area is fantastic reading .
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Date of experience: September 2020
Joel K wrote a review Mar 2020
Vancouver, Canada2898 contributions591 helpful votes
The tiger hill is 36 meters high and it's other name is Surging Sea Hill. The grounds are quite pretty and meander up to the Leaning Cloud Pagoda built over 1300 years ago. A iconic structure. You cannot go inside the pagoda but great viewing and picture opps.
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Date of experience: November 2019
Soko37 wrote a review Dec 2019
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam3733 contributions701 helpful votes
Stayed close to famous Pingjiang Road in Suzhou we took a public bus to pagoda park. Entrance is for season and non season. Even in December’s colder time the park and pagoda was nicely👍 crowded. Slight hiking 🥾 on the top. No so nice view but definitely nice park to stay for some hours. Recommend
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Date of experience: December 2019
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