With rich natural and cultural heritage, Wuxi is one of the top ten tourist cities in China, This private day trip from Shanghai takes you to explore prestigious Lingshan Grand Buddha and Three Kingdom city. The attraction is right by the famous Taihu Lake. You will be able to see the world’s largest bronze Buddha statue (289 feet) as well as the gorgeous natural scenery. Later enter Three Kingdom city,it is a double-dwelling city which centers on the production of television and film and also pays attention to the tourist function.
This self-guided day trip offers your a comfortable private transfer service from Shanghai to discover Wuxi city and its top attractions, such as Lingshan Buddhist Scenic, Yuantouzhu Scenic, Tai Lake, Huishan Old Town, Nanchan temple, Nanchan Pedestrian Street and more! Wuxi is also the homeland of Cultured Pearl, and you can make your own shopping at Mashan Taihu Pearl Museum during the trip.
Enjoy an exclusive private day tour to Wuxi, the “Pearl City of Tai Lake” or “The City of Three Kingdoms “in Jiangsu province. Make your way to Wuxi from Shanghai by experience the modern fast train, with a full day escorted by your knowledgeable guide. Visit the top attractions such as Lingshan Giant Buddha, Taihu Lake, Nianhua Bay village or Nanchang Buddhist Temple.etc. Experience the profound local culture, history, custom with your guide. Fully customized itinerary based on your own interests. Private door to door transfer insures a more convenient journey
-Hiking along the famous Great Wall of China.-Xi'an, Capital of Tang dynasty. Biking on the Ancient City Wall.-Suzhou, east Venice, also well know for Silk products made from here.-Wuxi, used to be called home of Fish and Rice, nowadays a famous industry city in China.-Hanghzou, home of G20 conference in 2016.Shanghai, the new Financial Center of China.
Discover Wuxi city in Jiangsu Province, the homeland of Cultured Pearl on a fully customized sightseeing day trip from Shanghai by bullet train. Accompanied by your private guide to see some top attractions, such as Lingshan Buddhist Scenic, Yuantouzhu Scenic, Tai Lake or stroll around in Huishan Old Town. Visit Nanchan temple and wonder along Nanchan Pedestrian Street. Local lunch, round trip bullet train tickets, private guide and private vehicle service are inclusive. Since the tour is flexible based on your interests, attraction entrance fees are at your own cost.
Around 3 hours drive from Shanghai, Wuxi is also a well known tourist city which is always famous as Shanghai's back garden. The highlights of this day tour are not only the Lingshan Grand Buddha but also the beautiful Taihu Lake. The Buddha stands 88 meters tall and is called the tallest bronze Buddha in the world. You’ll have a fully understanding about Buddhism and enjoy Nine Dragons Bathing Shakyamuni and Ode to Auspice in Brahma Palace, visit Five Mudra Mandala in Tibetan style, touch the largest Buddha hand which is said to bring you good fortune and longevity, enjoy the happy scene of 100 children playing with Maitreya Buddha and marvel at the grand Buddha and even touch its feet. Also, a vegetarian buffet lunch in the palace included.Taihu Lake is another Wuxi’s Icons and is the third largest freshwater lake in China. Some 90 islets, large and small, plus the presence of many fleets of fishing boats add to its landscape, making it a remarkable spectacle.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Yan Chongnian was born in Penglai City, Shandong, China in 1934. He established Beijing Manchu Institute, the first academic institute focussed on the Manchu history. Yan Chongnian was attacked in Wuxi on October 5, 2008, as he promoted his new book, The Kangxi Emperor. Yan was smacked twice in the face. It is claimed that Yan was labeled a traitor for advocating on the CCTV program Lecture Room the following view points: 1. Wu Sangui, the Ming general who had opened the gates at Shanhai Pass to let 150,000 Manchu soldiers march into China proper, resulting in the annihilation of the Ming Dynasty, should be reevaluated for avoiding the mass bloodshed that may have resulted had he not surrendered. 2. Censorship and Literary inquisition by the Qing should be viewed in the light of ensuring social stability and harmony. 3. The Manchu invasion and the subsequent Yangzhou massacre, plus massacres of other ethnicities were designed to promote the integration of different ethnic groups.