Wuxi Vacations

Wuxi was also dubbed "little Shanghai" because of its proximity to the city and its fast urbanization and booming economy. Split into halves by Lake Taihu, Wuxi borders Changzhou to the west and Suzhou to the east. The northern half looks across to Taizhou to the north over the Yangtze …

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Things to see and do in Wuxi

Evon Leo | Trip by SkyscannerLing Shan Grand Buddha 灵山大佛
Ling Shan Grand Buddha 灵山大佛
tsuihin - TimoStudios | FlickrLake Tai
Lake Tai
Omar A. | FlickrXi Hui Park
Xi Hui Park
Jon L. | Trip by SkyscannerLing Shan Brahma Palace
Ling Shan Brahma Palace
Pedro Muñiz | Trip by SkyscannerGigant Buddha at LingShan
Gigant Buddha at LingShan
MShades | FlickrPlum Garden
Plum Garden

Reviews of Wuxi

Leow Cheng Lam
Leow Cheng LamKlang, Malaysia

Wuxi is the biggest wholesalers market in China. Many traders from all over the world came here to do business with China traders. The place here is not much popular destination but if you like to see and bought China products, must came here as the price is cheapest.

Kevin Chen
Kevin ChenSan Francisco, California

Some people refer to this city as "Old Shanghai", and there is reason behind that. I learned from my tour guide that Wuxi bears distintive qualities in its culture through art and architecture. Though I didn't spend much time exploring the local culture and streets of the city, I did go see the Grand Buddha (see review here: http://www.gogobot.com/ling-shan-grand-buddha-%E7%81%B5%E5%B1%B1%E5%A4%A7%E4%BD%9B-wuxi-attraction) and the Brahma Palace (see review here: http://www.gogobot.com/ling-shan-brahma-palace-wuxi-attraction). There are multiple gardens and parks spread throughout the city, so if you're visiting for the long haul, make sure to at least check some of them out!

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scarlett liao

Sweet food

joonon Liu
joonon Liu

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