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Q: What is Suzhou New District like?

What thing are there to do? How does it compare to old town and SIP? What is the cost to rent a studio or 1 bedroom there?

5 years 40 weeks ago in  Culture - Suzhou

 
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As you've not had a reply yet you might be better trying these sites:

 

http://www.suzhoueas.org/

http://suzhouliving.com/

 

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Suzhou New District...hmmm, it's new.

 

Old town is..... ummm, old and SIP is industrial.

 

Renting a room will cost money, more if you desire a bedroom too.

 

You're welcome.

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