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Map of Southern Tiger Hill

 

Map of Southern Tiger Hill - Here is a airscape tourist map of Tiger Hill which is dotted with the major tourist sites inside the garden, such as The Mahavira Temple. This sketch highlighting the detailed south and north touring routes of the garden which serving as a excellent guide for tourists.

Tiger Hill, known also as Surging Sea Hill, is a large hillock covering some14100 square metres (over three acres) and is 36 metres (118 feet) in height. Climbing the hill, you will find a number of historical sites some of which can be traced back over 2500 years to the founding of Suzhou. Although the hill is relatively small it has rich history. These are just some of the highlights of what is to be found there:

The Tomb of King He Lu: In 496 BC during the Spring and Autumn Period (770 BC - 476 BC), He Lu, King of the Wu perished during the war fought against the Yue. His son buried him within the hill and three days after the funeral a white tiger came and sat upon the grave as though guarding it. From that time on it has been known as Tiger Hill.

Southern Tiger Hill Map

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