Changmen Hotel(Jinchang)

No.6 Waiwujing Lane, inside Changmen, Jinchang District, Suzhou, Jiangsu, 215000, China
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Viewing Autumn leaves in Suzhou

by towkay

I heard there is a nice mountain in Suzhou for excellent views of red autumn leaves.. Tian Ping Shan or Tai Ping Shan.. I am not too sure.

Can any tell me how to get there from the Bus Stataion? ( I am travelling in from Shanghai)
And I am wondering if it is the right time to go now? Are the leaves all red now?

Thanks in advance!

Re: Viewing Autumn leaves in Suzhou

by we2364

At least not now. Wait for another half of month to see the red leaves or probably the end of the Oct.

But no idea how to get there. Sorry :(

Re: Re: Viewing Autumn leaves in Suzhou

by Colomb

It's Tian Ping Shan, located near the suburb of Suzhou City. Easy to go there by bus either from the Railway Station or Long Distance Bus Station. About 30 minutes ride.
Leaves usually becomes red in late Nov. But the views are not so excellent.

Re: Viewing Autumn leaves in Suzhou

by AntaeusCass

Forget the Autumn leaves and visit the most beautiful little gardens in the world.

Suzhou is famous for its gardens and they will repay a lot of time spent in them..It took me three weeks of VERY slow visits to enjoy them all and I am going back again.

Travel Tips for Suzhou

SUZHOU: TIE LIN GUAN & FENG QIAO

by xuessium

Suzhou and its labyrinth of elaborate gardens is a popular getaway from Shanghai, easily connected by trains.

Tie Lin Guan or "Iron Bell Gate" and Feng Qiao or "Maple Bridge" is a joint tourist site as they are next to each other. Tie Lin Guan used to be a major gateway into China during the Ming Dynasty and weathered many attacked from maurauding Japanese pirates. If you go up the gate, there is a small exhibit (though quite amatuerish looking!) on the gallant efforts of the Ming soldiers in fighting off these Japanese invaders.

Feng Qiao is a very scenic spot - you are hardly likely to have the place to yourself. It connects the 2 banks of the river (the Grand Canal) and people actually lived on the other side! It must be quite strange to have strangers walking past your house gawking at you everyday. There are farms growing maize and folks rearing ducks. So surreal.

Boat rides also go past Maple Bridge for the same reason - it's one hell of a busy meeting point. Extremely popular with local tourists as the bridge is serenaded in a very popular ancient poetry.

But it's worth a look - simply scenic! Entry fee is RMB6 (circa 2002)

Su Zhou - where all the legend Begins

by blacksnail

"Hansan shi"

¹ýÁËËÕÖÝûͧ´î- this proverb is from this river, as this river was used to go Beijing from SuZhou. Beside this river, its Han Shan Temple - º®É½ËÂ, which was built in the 500AD

"Tiger Hill »¢Çð"

Wu¡¯s King -Helu was buried on the hill, called then ¡°the Hill Emerging from the Sea¡±. The legend goes that three days after his burial a white tiger appeared squatting on the hill. Hence the name.

1. The Leaning Tower of China, 2. a staue of A Sword - this is used to mislead treasure hunters, so they tot the treasures are underneath this area, 3. the entrance to the tomb and treasures is under this pond. 4. The Emperor used to bring the mistress Xishi Î÷Ê© to have fun here, and Xishi used to use this hole to the river as mirror to look at herself.

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