Suzhou, sometimes called the Venice of China due to its canals and waterways, is a city of 6 million people located approximately 90 minutes west of Shanghai. Described as a naturally beautiful place, Suzhou is known for its silk industry. As part of the Yangtze River Delta region, Suzhou experiences a humid climate, with hot summers and damp winters.
Mount Huqiu, the symbol of Suzhou City, has a history of 2,500 years. It’s a combination of both natural and cultural sight makes it a must-see destination while traveling in the area. via Discover China