Looking for exciting things to do during your visit to China? Experience the natural wonders of Wuxi when you book a convenient hotel room at the Radisson Blu Resort Wetland Park Wuxi, located just minutes from Liang Hong National Wetland Park. Take a boat ride to see the Sanshan Islands on Lake Tai, or spend the afternoon seeing a movie at LIVAT Shopping Centre. If you love ancient culture, visit the Wuxi Museum or take a day trip to see the Brahma Palace and impressive bronze Buddha statue at Mt. Lingshan Grand Buddha Scenic Area.
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22.69 mi / 36.52 km from the hotel
The third-largest freshwater lake in China, Lake Tai is connected to the Grand Canal and Suzhou Creek and is known for unique limestone formations called “Taihu stones,” or “scholar’s rocks.” Take a boat to one of 90 islands to fish or sunbathe.
LIVAT Shopping Centre
7.91 mi / 12.73 km from the hotel
Looking for a new outfit or accessory? Visit LIVAT, home to over 300 domestic and international stores, including luxury retailers. If you’re traveling with kids, refuel at one of several restaurants and see the latest movie at the on-site cinema.
Nanchan Temple of Wuxi
12.01 mi / 19.33 km from the hotel
Take a tour of this ancient Buddhist temple, where you can see monks performing their daily ceremonies.
11.8 mi / 19 km from the hotel
See Qing Dynasty cannons and objects dating back more than 6,000 years at this fascinating museum of local history and art. Admission to the permanent collection is free.
Liang Hong National Wetland Park
1.49 mi / 2.39 km from the hotel
This peaceful park includes a vibrant wetlands area and features ancient artifacts from the Wu-Yue culture.
Lingshan Grand Buddha Scenic Area
24.34 mi / 39.17 km from the hotel
Home to the majestic Brahma Palace, Xiangfu Temple, and an ancient ginkgo tree said to be more than 1,400 years old, this beautiful park is best known for its 88-meter-tall bronze Buddha statue.
Hongshan Relic Site Museum
1.33 mi / 2.15 km from the hotel
Visit this ancient cemetery site, where archaeologists have uncovered remains dating back to 770 BC from the Wu-Yue culture.
15.74 mi / 25.33 km from the hotel
Famous for its cherry blossom trees, this scenic area sits on a peninsula jutting into Lake Tai. Take a ferry to the Sanshan Islands, or climb the park’s hill for beautiful lake views.