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Q: Day trips from Nanjing?

Does anyone have some suggestions about some exciting day trips I can take from Nanjing. Thanks!

8 years 19 weeks ago in  Arts & Entertainment - Nanjing

 
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I love to know also....

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8 years 19 weeks ago
 
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there are some activities organised by chines people if you are intrested i will let you know next time

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8 years 7 weeks ago
 
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somechinese people are arranging a trip oneday if anybody like you can join

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Yangzhou is pretty quick by bus (a bit over an hour), and you can see all kinds of old garden-mansions (including Geyuan, one of the best ones I've seen in China, designed by the great Shitao), a cool but touristy street featuring a bunch of Qing-era buildings, includinging a hard-to-find-but-awesome Daoist temple and a gigantic, cool-looking gate that is the rememnant of the city wall, a really big museum that is surprisingly good quality, which has a huge special thing on the history of the printing press. Shouxihou is the biggest tourist draw, a big Ming-era imperial summer retreat which is essentially miles of well-sculpted gardens and wonderful architecture.

 

There's also a lot of great modern architecture downtown (a walk down Wenchang lu from one end of the moat to the other is always fun), and a lot of large, modern public parks, including a particularly impressive one right before Wenchang lu hits the grand canal.

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i am chinese.i am also like trip you can call me .my phone 15651890660 

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