Being a AAAAA level scenic spot, the Tiger Hill is located in the northwest city countryside with 5 kilometers always from the city center. Covering plenty of ancient tall trees, the Tiger Hill is decorated by various beautiful scenery. It totals about 36 meters high and covers an area of more than 300 hectares, moreover, it shows its best features: the spectacular rocks, magnificent and changeable prospect, Tiger Hill Tower with thousand years, and other fantastic views to all of its travelers. It has been a saying that it will be a regret without going to the Tiger Hill for you Suzhou tour. Yes, that is right, your tour to Suzhou won’t be perfect if you miss the Tiger Hill.
There are so many beautiful scenery for you to enjoy when traveling in Tiger Hill, among which the Tiger Hill Pagoda and Sword Pool are the most famous. The Tiger Hill Pagoda features more than 1,000 years and it is the second Leaning Tower in the world. Simple and unsophisticated, grand and peculiar, it has been the symbol of the ancient Suzhou. For the Sword Pool, secluded, strange and mysterious, it has the riddle with thousand years about the Wu emperor and the beautiful legend about the God and Goose, you will enjoy oneself so much as to forget to leave.
Enjoy the reputation of “ the No.1 Scenic Spot in Wuzhong Area”, the Tiger Hill is decorated by beautiful scenery and culture landscape with long history. The Wanjing mountain villa in the east foothill of the Tiger Hill collects the essence of the bonsai of the Su style. Decorated by the mountain light and the tower shadow, it shows a excellent view which is like a painting. It really worth your visit.
Travel information: 1)Opening time : 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. 2) Ticket price: 40 Yuan/ adult in slack season from 31st October to 15th April and 60 Yuan/ adult in peak season from 6th April to 30th October. 3) Duration: 2-3 hours. 4) Best time to visit: Summer time as the bamboo is so hair-chested as to protect you from the sun. 5) Ways to go there: Take the city buses line 1, 2, 3, 949, 146 and 316 to the south gate of the Tiger Hill; take the No. 32 and 36 to the north gate.