This is a relatively thermally controlled local village, so you can see some tea gardens here. Although Suzhou's tea is not very famous, there are relatively few tourists here, and it is quiet.
In the old tea expo garden, there are large tracts of tea trees planted on the left and right sides. The eyes are full of lush green. It is very comfortable to walk around! During May 1st, there were people everywhere in Wangshan Scenic Area, and Huluchi was actually empty, happy! The artificial flowers in the heart-shaped arch next to it are a bit old and run down, wondering how good would it be if the enthusiastic rose plants were removed? The concentric lock is engraved with wealth and auspiciousness, and a happy marriage. The scenic spot should be the theme of wedding planning. Single dogs should be cautious, and those with strong psychology can be ignored. [smile]
According to the link provided by the APP, Wangshan Ecological Park on Baidu Map is actually this attraction. Baidu drove me around the toll and went straight to the tea plantation. The tea house was closed. Two dogs and a gatekeeper were there.
When I went to Qingming, some people were picking tea in the tea garden. If you ask me to buy tickets, it does not feel worth 15 yuan, there are not many facilities, and most of them have been damaged.
In this case, there are several small scenic spots connected together. They are not too far away. The owner of the farm park still recommends to climb the mountain. You need to buy a ticket for this. There are not too many people inside. The weather is good. It’s okay if you just wander around at the time. Parking is in the parking lot at the Tea Expo Garden.
The most beautiful scenic spot in Wangshan is the "Kingguling". The mountains are winding and undulating, the slopes are lush and bamboos are cultivated, and there is a huge and magical pool at the foot of the mountain-"Gourd Pond", which has a magical legend. According to legend, Lu Dongbin passed by and was intoxicated by the beautiful scenery here. The only thing he felt was the lack of water.