The Tiger Hill Suzhou, Jiangsu China

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The Tiger Hill

This hill is famous for it Sword Testing Stone and Oldest Pagoda in Suzhou.The biggest problem we found is TAXI. There was no taxi available .We waited for taxi for around two hours walking from Master of Nests.You will find many two wheeler driver Be Careful !!!!!!

We took bus no 1 that drops us to Tiger Hill. In fact that is the last stop for bus.It was 20 min drive we all had a nice nap in bus.We all were low battery when we got down from bus. Entrance Fee: 40 yuan

It is AAAA rated tourist attraction.The structure is known as Tiger Hill because the entrance symbolizes as tiger.Identify the eyes ,bridge as tongue and Pakoda as tigers tail.

Tiger Entrance Tiger Hill Suzhou Jiangsu China mntravelog

Tiger Entrance Tiger Hill Suzhou Jiangsu China(Notice the two holes as eyes, bridge as tongue and Pagoda as Tail of Tiger.)

We were all low charged but hold as we entered into the entrance and moved toward hill we all became super powered.Why .. See how beautifully the passage to pakoda has been decorated

Tulip Garden Tiger Hill Suzhou Jiangsu China mntravelog

Tulip Garden Tiger Hill Suzhou Jiangsu China(friend enjoying colors)

Colorful welcome with colorful balls Tiger Hill Suzhou Jiangsu China mntravelog

Colorful welcome with colorful balls Tiger Hill Suzhou Jiangsu China

Decorated Rabbit year with flowers Tiger Hill Suzhou Jiangsu China mntravelog

Decorated Rabbit year with flowers Tiger Hill Suzhou Jiangsu China

Painting on the path Tiger Hill Suzhou Jiangsu China mntravelog

Painting on the path Tiger Hill Suzhou Jiangsu China

There is a stage where every Saturday kids performance are organized.

Decorated Stage Tiger Hill Suzhou Jiangsu China mntravelog

Decorated Stage Tiger Hill Suzhou Jiangsu China

We have sword Lake and Sword testing stone at tiger hill. King He Lu was a great collector of rare , strange and amazing swords.When ever he gets any swords he will test those on these stones.The crevice in the rocks are the evidence to this.It is been said that all the sword are kept deep in this lake so this lake named as ‘Sword Lake’.

Sword Pool and Testing Stone  Tiger Hill Suzhou Jiangsu China mntravelog

Sword Pool and Testing Stone Tiger Hill Suzhou Jiangsu China

All round where ever we saw it was all so rocking and glowing.

Flower Beauty  Tiger Hill Suzhou Jiangsu China mntravelog

Flower Beauty Tiger Hill Suzhou Jiangsu China

Moving in all these beauty we reached Pakoda.It is also seen as Leaning Tower of China. As due to ground shift the pagoda got leaned by 359′ in northwest direction.It is seven storey tower constructed in octagon shape.

Seven Floor Pagoda  Tiger Hill Suzhou Jiangsu China mntravelog

Seven Floor Pagoda Tiger Hill Suzhou Jiangsu China

Yunyansi Pagoda  Tiger Hill Suzhou Jiangsu China mntravelog

Yunyansi Pagoda Tiger Hill Suzhou Jiangsu China

Pagoda long view

Pagoda  Tiger Hill Suzhou Jiangsu China mntravelog

Pagoda Tiger Hill Suzhou Jiangsu China

The beauty of Tiger Hill continues till it end.

Beauty from Pane  Tiger Hill Suzhou Jiangsu China mntravelog

Beauty from Pane Tiger Hill Suzhou Jiangsu China

Creative Decoration Tiger Hill Suzhou Jiangsu China mntravelog

Creative Decoration at the exit of Tiger Hill Suzhou Jiangsu China

It was a good experience at Tiger Hill. But we struck again in Taxi issue. We didn’t got any taxi to station so finally we took a van which drives us to Station.The driver charged 30 yuan for four people.

Suzhou as i heard is a real beauty  of China.


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Nidhi

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2 thoughts on “The Tiger Hill Suzhou, Jiangsu China

  1. Pingback: The Master-of-Nets Suzhou, Jianshu China - MNTravelog

  2. OMG… The colours and the flowers are magnificent. The shots taken are splendid. I visited this area last November. My next trip to China will definitely be in Spring!! Thank you for the inspiration.

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