Suqian Travel Guide

Jiangsu Province | Population: 1,437,686

Suqian City is located in the northern part of the Jiangsu Province of China. It is a city full of various types of tourist attractions from national parks and lakes to ancient historical and cultural relics. The city’s proximity to Luoma Lake, the fourth largest freshwater lake in China adds to its appeal as a tourist destination. The beautiful scenery around the lake, as well as the mountains that surround the city, make the region green and beautiful.





Attractions

Luoma Lake Scenic Area – This tourist attraction is spread over a vast area of 375 square kilometers. It is dotted with many natural scenic spots which are a treat for naturalists, photographers, and tourists. The lake’s scenic area also consists of several ancient historical and cultural buildings that add to the beauty of the place and seem to merge with the surroundings without disturbing the ecology.

Qianlong Temporary Palace: This is a well-preserved 17th-century palace built on the banks of the picturesque Luoma Lake. It was built as a temporary palace for Emperor Qianlong of the Qing Dynasty to be used while he was traveling. The emperor visited the palace thrice only for the purpose of praying and as a retreat.

Zhangshan Hill Forest Park – This is a wonderful tourist attraction where beautiful natural landscapes, mountains, and water bodies blend in with each other to provide an entertaining recreational center and amusement park. The park has been designed in such a way that visitors can enjoy many entertaining activities without disturbing the ecology of the park.

Other tourist attractions in and around Suqian City include the Xiacaowan New Stone Age Relic, the Xiangwang Memorial House, etc.



Getting There