A boat played in the seven-mile mountain pond
a prosperous, a city well. If you want to know more about the Qilishantang, you may wish to rent a hand-cranked boat and go down the river in the mountain pond. The master of the boat is not fast, and the speed of the ship is naturally not fast. Slowly, the small bridge flows white walls and black tiles, and people from the street come. Towards, the smoke flies out of the river wall, the farther away from the prosperous Paradise Suzhou, the closer it is to the ordinary Human Suzhou.
If you want to shoot a boy on board with me, you have to go to the boat, but it can only be a hand-cranked boat.
hand boat fare
The characteristics of Suzhou, Shantang Street
Shantang Street River Bridge fully reflect the characteristics of Suzhou's water city street. Shantang Street is located in the northwest of Suzhou, from the west to the west of Qimen, and is about 3,600 meters. It is called Hualitang. Tiger Hill, so the mountain pond is like this. The ancient street of the Weihe River is called Shantang Street. The streets are ancient buildings. The ancient buildings in the late Qing Dynasty and the Republic of China are a few buildings that form a group of buildings. The residential buildings in the eastern section of the Shantang River are all built with water and water. The water and water gardens are all supported by wooden piles. Now, Shantang Street has become a tourist attraction as a famous historical and cultural street in China. We are familiar with folk songs and there are paradise in Suzhou and Hangzhou. In fact, there are still a few words - Hangzhou has a lake in West Lake, and there are two kinds of prescriptions in the mountains and ponds.
📍Shantang Street, Suzhou
What I like the most about China is it has got so many pedestrian street like this. I must say that even though I like Suzhou’s Pingjiang Road a lot, I still like Shantang Street more. Why? Shantang Road is more lively and more colorful than Pingjiang Road. I didn’t do much at Shantang Street, me and my mom were just walking around and taking pictures. My mom liked this place so much!
Irene Mikaela L T
Qilishantang, reminiscent of the charm of the ancient Jiangnan
The Jiangnan water town in Suzhou City can be followed everywhere, but one place contains all the imaginations of Jiangnan in ancient times, that is, the mountain northwest of the ancient city of Suzhou Tang Street. Throughout the ages, the mountain pond has always been the favorite place of the emperor kingdom and scholars. Both Qianlong Kangxi and Bohu Qiuxiang have been lingering on both sides of the Shantang River. Today, it is also a place where foreign tourists come to Suzhou to travel.
1, Transportation: Take the Suzhou Metro Line 2 to Shantang Street Station, and proceed to the Suzhou Museum and Humble Administrator's Garden.
2, Tickets: You don't need to buy tickets to visit Shantang Street.
3, snack recommendation: here is almost all the Jiangnan-style snacks, Suzhou specialty snacks and snacks from all over the country, Qing Tuanzi, Ou Zaofu, etc. can be missed.
4, Shantang Street has many characteristic B&Bs. If you don't have time to recommend staying at Shantang Street for one night, you should know that the night of Shantang Street is extremely beautiful.
5, Shantang Street has many bars, cafes, tea houses, and places to listen to Suzhou Pingtan. It is very pleasant.
6, it is highly recommended to take a boat tour of Shantang Street. You can enjoy tea while listening to music while enjoying the scenery of Jiangnan.
Shantang Ancient Street is an ancient commercial street along the Shantang River in Northwest Suzhou. It boasts 1000 years of history and was built by the Tang Dynasty poet Bai Juyi when he was a government official in Suzhou. Today, at the southern end of the street, there is a temple built to commemorate him. Ancient bridges span across the river canals, and both sides of the canals are lined with old houses and traditional shops. In the evening, the red lanterns lining the street are reflected in the river, creating a picturesque scenery. You can take a boat ride for a fee, or find a tea house to drink tea and listen to traditional Suzhou Pingtan.