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Tai Hu Lake, Wuxi
(3.5/5 based on 160+ reviews on the web)
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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  • Cattle from a number of cities such as Wuxi, Australia, encompassing the Lake could neither go back. The cow is probably the best to travel near the withered, Wuxi. Cook fish restaurants in the vicinity of the sore, lots of seemed to ride a lot of extraordinary taste.
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  • Who is invited to the dinner, which will be here short over long time "end". Many restaurants a nice place are right on the Lake and in the evening hours to your day with a good red wine or Mau Tai (BYO of course) to make sound out!
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  • Aboard a tourist ship, ran 20 minutes. If you see high-rise buildings in the distance, or takes a stone bridge was that it became a song in Japan, but it is not, unlike Japan, located around the hill there. Just ship the felt shore's and all around 300 km wide.
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