Thursday, December 25, 2008

China Trip - 4th Day Wuxi / Nanjing

Wuxi is a beautiful city with a long history. It is one of the fifteen key economics cities and tourist part of Changjang Delta. On the 12/12/2008, just like the previous days, we'll be shifting out from our Hotel in Wuxi. Wake up call and breakfast is as usual before checking out. We left our Hotel at about 8.30 am for our next visiting destination there.
Our first stop for the day is the Pearl Factory facing a very big lake. If not informed, we thought it was the sea with such a lovely scenery.
Next we went visiting the famed Lingshang Buddha, which is a 88 metres high giant Buddha.
After leaving Wuxi, we continue our journey to one of China's four ancient capitals and cultural centre - Nanjing. Upon arrival, we visit the Yangtze River Bridge.
After lunch, we went to visit the famous Chinese artist and the showroom, drawing inside a Cristal objects. The crystals are for sale.
Some of his famous exhibit on sale.
After dinner, night tour to Fuzi Temple Night Market before going back to our Hotel at Goldstar Hotel
Address: 36, Guanjia Qiao of Nanjing 210005 R.P.C.
Tel: (86-25) 84762888 e-mail: gold-star@netge.com

13 comments:

uncleawang said...

Nice photos & Thanks for sharing yr holiday trip, by the way I wish you a Merry Christmas & wonderful holiday.

Akmal said...

The angle of picture of the Yangtze River Bridge is rather pointing down. I wonder what you stood on when you are about to take this picture?
Hehehe...saya gayat! Acrophobic, people say.

Nadine Zuharra said...

thanks!
enjoy reading about every single days of your China trip..btw,i hope to see the pictures of the big lake(which you thought it was the sea).. ^_^

Zawi said...

Lim,
Beautiful pictures. Thank you for sharing the trip. Let us see more of China through your camera.

mamadou said...

Dear KB Guy

Your post so interesting, building architecture, bridge, big lake, movie studio, silk factory and the model etc Keep up your vacation report......thanks

Steffi said...

Wow...very interesting post and great photos!Really nice!Merry Christmas!

ilanadavita said...

Great and interesting series. Thanks for sharing.

Cactus Jack Splash said...

I love the Buddha photo

imac said...

great shots.

One Red Horse said...

How wonderful to see another part of the world through you beautiful photos. Thank you.

Arija said...

Oh, I love the bridge over the Yangtze. We only crossed the river by train in the middle of the night on our wai to Xi'an. great post.

soulbrush said...

what amazing photos. thanks. happy new year.

samrin said...

Bro,
its nice photos and place to explore. Any meaning Fuzi in mandrain (quote frm Fuzi Temple), just want to know. Anyway, wish you and your family for the most prosperity new year 2009.