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It is after a model for TV shooting.. don't get to see the original building or authentic stuff. IF it is for photo shot, I supposed you may want to go. But if you want the real stuff.. a museum would be recommended
See my previous review under the CCTV Studios heading. No need to repeat myself. I will add, overpriced and very few restaurants (mostly street vendor food). On a positive note, it is a beautiful day trip to just relax and enjoy the sites. For some...More
This is where the Three Kingdom Movie making take place. I never watched the movie before, but i guess it is a chinese colosal movie and a very popular one too. For a making movie area i think the place is so good. The building...More
Went with family on a hazy day, this added the mode as the surrounding is foggy .. need to catch the timing for two show is the best ..one is horse reproduce the one of the battle scene. The other is a mini sea battle...More
Even if you are keen on Chinese films you can enjoy this place. It is a great spot to discover different era of Chinese history. Walking through the park is nice but walking near the lake is awful because of the smell.
If You are not chinese and have no kids, not a great fun.
If You are close to the lake, smell is dreadful.
Only good point : see différent kind of palace from different areas in once.
Not too expensive, easy to go by taxi...More
Visited this park with some local colleagues from work whilst on a business trip to the area. Great spot for families as lots of climbing and exploring areas for kids. For those inclined also multitude of opportunity for you to have your photo taken in...More
First day @ Wuxi. Pax: 3, taking cab for RMB 27 from Wuxi scholars hotel to arrive there.
Ticket p$ - RMB 150 (both water margin & 3 kingdoms)
I like the horse riding session, it is only RMB 20 for a big round. Be...More
This is a tourist attraction to reproduce the three kingdoms period in Chinese history. Used as a working film set for older historical chinese movies, it is a really large place with great opportunities to take pictures and learn about the three kingdom's time. There...More
Response from Alexandra L | Reviewed this property |
1) This scenic spot is located at Wuxi, Jiangsu Province, China. It was part of the drop off plan in our holiday trip to Hangzhou. You can take high speed bullet train from Hangzhou to reach Wuxi. It has been a shooting... More
1) This scenic spot is located at Wuxi, Jiangsu Province, China. It was part of the drop off plan in our holiday trip to Hangzhou. You can take high speed bullet train from Hangzhou to reach Wuxi. It has been a shooting place for several famous TV series. Water margin xxx is one of them. It has another name called CCTV Wuxi Movie & TV Production Base.
2)They have English version website. You can browse through the basic info from here first. It may be best for you guys to engage a local 1 day tour for better understanding.
3) I not so sure whether they have books related to the "The Making of Water Margins" ... u can try to email to their official website. If story books related to water margins are easy to be found. If you have opportunity travel to China, you can check them through one of their biggest bookstore in the town u visit.
Like everything in China, it's all amount money. this is a recreation of the architecture during the three kingdoms period. As the mentioned in the previous response, yes, you can visit and it's located in... More
Like everything in China, it's all amount money. this is a recreation of the architecture during the three kingdoms period. As the mentioned in the previous response, yes, you can visit and it's located in Wuxi China. A couple of pointers, if you are going to both, go early, crowds will start building up around 10:00 am and start decreasing about 3:00pm. Now that school has started here in China, i expect the crowds would be less during the week and more on the weekend. If you stay all day, finding transportation back to your hotel will be more challenging after 4:00pm and may be limited to black taxi's. Make sure you have your address card and find out the price before you get it to the taxi. Understanding or speaking some mandarin is needed.
There is a bus would drop you off, (your hotel can help you find where to take) but if you want to take back you need to find out when the last bus departs from the attraction. there are many websites available with helpful information, please search for Wuxi 3 kingdoms, water margin city, lingshan, and so on or search for Wuxi attractions.
There are many other great views in the Wuxi area, so if you have time check out what else is in this area. Everything i went to was accessible by city bus (cheapest way) and taxi (more expensive).
have fun and happy travels.