A tour of SuZhou 苏州, JiangSu province

SuZhou, an exquisite water town, lies on the banks of the YangTse river and next to TaiHu lake.


SuZhou is 45 minutes from Shanghai by train.


This film includes the classical gardens and the SuZhou Art Museum.


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