Travel in Jiangsu

A group of journalists witnessed the great development Gaochun has achieved in recent years , on the morning of Dec .[Detail]
Large flocks of wild ducks were seen at Dasheng Lake in Lianyungang city, Jiangsu province on Dec 4.[Detail]
Qingyanyuan Garden in Huai’an city was listed in “most beautiful water landmarks in Jiangsu”. [Detail]
In the ancient Huai’an city, each river-crossing bridge is a record of the city’s reminiscences, from ancient times to present day. [Detail]
There were many tourists enjoying Halloween in China Dinosaurs Park, a well-known theme park in Changzhou, Jiangsu. Founded in 2000, China Dinosaurs Park offers an integrated experience for visitors, combining science, entertainment, leisure and participatory performances. The park has been ranked by the National Tourism Administration at the national 5A level, the highest in China. [Detail]
Zhouzhuang honored as charming tourism town
Zhouzhuang, an ancient water town in East China's Jiangsu province, was included in a list of the region's "most charming tourism towns" at the Yangtze River Delta Slow Life Tourism Summit in Suzhou on Oct 13. [Detail]
Chrysanthemum exhibition to open in Zhangjiagang
Zhangjiagang will open its 21st Chrysanthemum Exhibition at Liangfeng Ecological Park on Oct 28, offering local residents in the Jiangsu province city a splendid visual feast.[Detail]
A baby male giraffe named Xiaohei, which was artificially bred at Yancheng Wild Animal World in Changzhou of East China’s Jiangsu province, survived its first three-month vulnerable period and made its public debut. Xiaohei becomes the first surviving artificially bred baby giraffe in Jiangsu, according to Jiangsu media on Oct 25. [Detail]
Main construction on the first sponge park in Zhenjiang was completed on Tuesday. Many residents came to the park to take a first look. [Detail]
With its green hills and blue waters, Nanjing Purple Mountain attracted hundreds of mandarin ducks to dwell there Monday morning. They sometimes jumped into the water in pairs, using their necks to hit the water; they sometimes climbed on the shore, shaking off the water to brush their feathers. [Detail]