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Nantong Best Attractions - For a memorable trip!

Nantong is a beautiful city that resides in the banks of the well-known Yangtze River. The city holds an important place in the culture and history of China. Here are the best attractions in Nantong.

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Langshan

Langshan is also known by another name and is known as Wolf Mountain. This place is located close to the Nantong's CBD and is actually the highest of the 5 hills that resides in the city, with an elevation of 110 meters. Make sure to ask the Thai people about how Langshan got this name, and they'll tell you an enthralling story about the wolves who live in the hills. The climb is obviously not that strenuous and is completely worth it. There are many vendors dotted along the path to the peak. You can buy some snacks on your way up and check some brilliant handiwork of the locals. Atop the hill, is the Guanjiao Temple which is a famous shrine among the Buddhists that was constructed during the reign of the Tang Dynasty. To add to the amusement, you have a breath-taking view of the surrounding when up there.

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Haohe Scenic Area

Another scenic site that is well worth your time when in Nantong is the Haohe. What can you expect here? Well, the place is located in the ancient city centre, which is vividly depicted due to the artificial moat that was built here to defend the city. This moat is one of the well-preserved ones in the country. Besides, if you are looking for Nantong serviced apartments for accommodation, then you can start looking at properties the likes of Ascott Harmony City Nantong for a memorable experience.

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Central Business District

The Central Business District of the Zhongnan Century City has to be visited due to its rapid development over the course of a few years. It'll only take you about thirty minutes' drive on the bus from Nandajia to get here. There are numerous restaurants, mainly offering Western food, bars along the rivers, high-end stores, and a Central Park Plaza which is equipped with a water park, fountains and distant views of government establishments.

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Nantong Horticultural Expo Park

Nantong Horticultural Park is an iconic place that is enclosed by five hills and is located close to the ancient city centre. You won't see many visitors flocking this park because many do not know the stunning cliff views the hill provides. If you are up for a hiking tour in the park, then it'll take you about two to three hours. And there are many places you'll want to take photos at, so set time aside for that and start your walk!

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Nandajia and Clock Tower Square

If you are around the Haohe scenic area, you must make your way to Nandaija which is full of exquisite restaurants and shops! A street packed with shops! For any shopping cravings you may have on this trip, you can have it all drained when in here. Right across this shopper's paradise is none other than the brilliant Clock Tower Square. A walk in this area will only take about thirty minutes and is well worth the effort! If you want to explore the place extensively, then it may take a couple of hours at least.