Reasons to Recommend: Huaxi Village, also known as "Number One Village Under the Sky" is the richest village in China and its wealth shows through the rows and rows of villas that line the village. There are also many luxurious buildings such as Huaxi Jinta Tower and Long Wish Hotel International. A theme park offers replicas of the world’s most famous sites including Tiananmen Square, the United States White House and the Sydney Opera House. A panoramic view of Huaxi Village is offered on a helicopter so you can truly relish in the village’s luxury.
Reasons to Recommend: Wukong Temple was built in the Liang Dynasty of the Southern Dynasties. During the Northern Song Dynasty, a seven-level pagoda was built. The famous Huazang Tower, also known as the Wukong Tower, is known as the “Chengjiang Twin Tower” in the Jiangyin City. The relics were unearthed in the temple. According to the inscription on the stone letter, these relics are the true relics of the Tang Dynasty Gao Sang masters, and the Sangha masters are the incarnations of the Guanyin Bodhisattva. In a period of Chinese history, all Guanyin Buddha images are modeled after their image.
Reasons to Recommend: There is a park in China called The Erbizui Park, which gets its rather unique name from its appearance that is like a goose stretching its nose down into the river waters. The Erbizui Park is dominated by majestic Chinese mountains and is filled with dense forests, lush foliage and rich wildlife. Within the park are business and trade service areas as well as riverside resorts, forest leisure areas and fort museum districts. There are many beautiful scenic spots and various features in The Erbizui Park, making it an ideal place for people to visit or even take a vacation to.
Reasons to Recommend: Jiangyin Garden is located in the south of Jiangyin city. Built by Chen Shijin in 1854, it is commonly called the "Chen Family Garden" by locals. The Chen family was a prominent family in Jiangyin, and Chen Shijin was a landscape painter who skillfully constructed the garden in accordance with these principles. The garden's simplicity and elegance are characteristic of Jiangyin, and it is among the hundred most famous family gardens in China.
Reasons to Recommend: Wuxi Changjing Ancient Street is located in Changjing Town, southeast of Jiangyin City. It began in the Song Dynasty and was built in the Ming Dynasty. Strolling in the old streets of Wuxi Changjing, you can see the white-walled blue-and-white Ming and Qing style buildings, which are very distinctive. In this long old street, there are thick blue slate, red lanterns, and you can enjoy the rich cultural landscape of the ancient town in the millennium.
Reasons to Recommend: Huangshan Lake Park happens to be an artificial open-plan park. It has developed to be the business card of the modern port city with the ecological concept of Yiyou. Jiangyin Yangtze River bridge is a landscape of the park. You can view the Jiangyin Yangtze River bridge distinctly from any position in the Huangshan Lake Park since Jiangyin Huangshan is located on the south bank of the Yangtze River. The lake is full of water and the autumn water pool is considered to be another beautiful landscape of the park. It is connected with Hanchunwu to form an unique ecological landscape of the Jiangnan Water Village.
Reasons to Recommend: Binjiang Fortress is located in the eastern suburb of Jiangyin city, the north end reaching the Yangtze River. Because it is located at the Huangshan battery military fortress in Jiangyin, both the township and the town have been named Fortress since the birth of the Warlord Era. The Binjiang Fortress tourist area is composed of the Huangshan Lake Park and the Goose Nose Park. The Fortress Town encircles the urban area, the east bordering Baiqu Port and Shanguan Town, the south ecompassing Hua Shan and Qishan bordering the South Floodgate and Yunting Town, the west reaching Xicheng Canal, and the north expanding to Chengjiang Town and the Economic Development Zone. Huangshan harbors the Goose Nose Mountain and Junshan, stretching more than 10 kilometers, constituting the unique landscape of water and mountain encircling the ancient city of Jiangyin.
Reasons to Recommend: Jiangyin Yangtze River Bridge is located in Jingjiang City between Shiwei Village and Jiangyin City. A bridge longer than 1,000 meters, it was also the fourth largest steel box girder suspension bridge in the world in the 20th century. Jiangyin Yangtze River Bridge is a cross river "throat" project between Tongjiang and Sanya National Highway in the main skeleton of the national highway and the main link from Beijing to Shanghai. It is the second bridge connecting the north and south of the Yangtze River in Jiangsu Province.
Reasons to Recommend: Old headquarters site of Kuo Min Tang in Jiangyin Fortress was previously the home of Mr. Wu Tinglu, a businessman in Jiangyin in modern times. But the place was occupied by Japanese troops as garrison headquarters in Jiangyin. After the victory of the War of Resistance Against Japan, the place was taken over by Kuo Min Tang troops to become the headquarters of Kuo Min Tang in Jiangyin Fortress. The Chinese People's Liberation Army then handed it over to the Municipal Government of Jiangyin for all-round repair and protection. The building is a former residence of celebrity, an outstanding building and a revolutionary commemoration site.
Reasons to Recommend: The Jiangyin Museum is located on the west side of Tianhua Culture Square on Central Chengjiang Road in Jiangyin City. The museum has a number of exhibition halls featuring various kinds of natural specimens, intriguing minerals, semiprecious and precious stones. It is a very popular destination, especially for families with children. Exhibition halls within the museum include the Ancient History of Jiangyin, Ceramics, Calligraphy and Paintings of Tao Bai and the Ore Specimens Exhibition.