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Tai Hu Lake, Wuxi

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Spread across 2,250 sq km (870 sq mi) in the Yangtse Delta near Wuxi, Tai Hu Lake is the third largest freshwater lake in China. With its 48 islets, the area provides a perfect outing spot for families. Take a boardwalk across the rippling surface to climb a tall observation wheel, or paddle out onto the water on mouse-shaped boats. Watch boats drift across the lake, which has an average depth of 2 m (6.6 ft), or take a flat-bottom boat tour to reach the best spot to observe the city skyline, Turtle Head Island. Enjoy flowers and trees by the lake shore, or visit the historic Grand Canal of the Sui Dynasty. Put Tai Hu Lake at the forefront of your travel plans using our Wuxi travel itinerary planner.
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  • We took a boat ride to a little island called Xishi Village. The island is pretty and tranquil. Tai Hu is a beautiful lake with many places for exploring. 
  • Lake and is widely and it was magnificent. During the tour anyway cold because it was a cold day but it was nice. Many Chinese have walked pretty garden scene involuntarily Wuxi 口zusamimashita information.
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  • It is quite interesting because open set of the movie "three kingdoms" three kingdoms castle on the shores of Taihu Lake, Taihu sightseeing a three kingdoms Castle junk ship. Taihu Lake three times and said it is, but it is feeling great lakes think. Feel like watching the three kingdoms Castle seen from Lake moraine Lake Hill and high rise buildings seem the Navy base and went back to the three Kingdoms period.
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