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Zhouzhuang Water Town, Kunshan

Categories: Neighborhoods, Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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3.9/5 based on 850+ reviews on the web
Examine well-maintained residential homes divided by a lake and river canals at Zhouzhuang Water Town, hugely popular with tourists interested in exploring the nation's culture and history. The town contains many amazing places of interest, including twin stone bridges, traditional architectural complexes, and a Taoist temple. Explore the site by going on a gondola trip down the narrow canals, and try out a few local delicacies--such as Wansan hock and Sanwei Gutinous rice balls--at nearby restaurants. Entering the town area requires purchasing a ticket. Before you head to Kunshan, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Kunshan itinerary builder, to make sure you see all that Kunshan has to offer, including Zhouzhuang Water Town.
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  • 雖然很多人都說這裡太觀光化,但觀光化就代表很方便,可消費的店家種類就很齊全,說觀光化也沒台灣九份那麼觀光化,但整體的氛圍就是很棒,值得一遊。 
  • We set off from Shanghai on a rainy September morning without knowing exactly where you can find a bus that surely would take us to Zhouzhuang, saw that on the Internet the information was a little confusing. We found that there are probably many more buses that depart from Shanghai general long distance bus station (1666 Zhongxing road) and the South (666 Shilong road). We are in fact in the first leg we tried the bus in the South, but at 8.30 am we were told that the only one left in the afternoon. They recommended then to go to a nearby location to the destination, where we would find another bus to Zhouzhuang, and they did. It took us roughly the same time and 4 yuan more per head. Instead we took the direct return which took us into the Zhongxing. To arrive in the old part of town you have to walk 20 minutes to the bus station. The entrance fee is 100 yuan. The country is indeed quite commercial, but who still lives there's got to be able to make a living. Despite this appearance the country really worth visiting, just because, next to any features stalls takes their everyday life in a neighborhood somewhat unique.
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  • Ancient white houses, red lamps, surrounded by canals that running through each other, with little bridges over it. A water town that blends together history, culture and nature in a soft mood of peac...  read more »
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