Maritim Hotel & Conference Center Taicang
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Taicang is under the jurisdiction of Suzhou. It is located east of the Yangtze River and south of Shanghai in the middle of China's coastal economic belt and the Yangtze River Delta region. Taicang benefits from a strong geographical location, solid economic foundation, and a comfortable living environment. Often described as the "Beautiful Golden City in the Southern Yangtze", its history spans over 4,500 years, from the birthplace of Loudong culture to the starting point of Zheng He's voyages to the West.
A visit to Suzhou, founded in 514 BC, with its classic gardens declared a world heritage by UNESCO, is a journey into the long history of China. When walking along the canals, you unavoidably feel like you are back in the time of the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Entering the typical tea houses and small theatres or going through the picturesque gardens is a one-of-a-kind experience.
As one of the noted historic and cultural cities in the country, Shanghai has more than 70 sites of historical interest and cultural relics, which best represent the distinctive characteristic of Shanghai regional culture. Shanghai is the Paradise of gourmets, where you may find thousands of restaurants that serve a complete list of China's major famous cuisines and various foreign foods. Shanghai also received the name of 'Exhibition of the World Architecture'. The city has a collection of buildings with different architectural styles along the Bund and elsewhere of the city. The Financial and Trade Building, the International Convention Center and the Oriental Pearl Television Tower in Pudong Area, flanked by the magnificent Nanpu and Yangpu Bridges, which are connected by the city's elevated inner beltway, and the Shanghai Museum, Shanghai Grand Theater on People Square. All these bring the city a brand-new look. From the Maritim Hotel & Conference Center Taicang, it takes only 20 minutes with the high-speed train to reach the center of Shanghai.