Nanchan Temple Area [Photo provided to chinadaily.com.cn]
The Nanchan Temple, located south of Wuxi, is a large-scale cultural market along the Grand Canal. The specific time when the temple was built is unknown. It was rebuilt more than 1,200 years ago, in 782 AD, Tang Dynasty. It is now a national historical and cultural relic preserved by local government.
Visitors can buy traditional handicrafts, enjoy the local snacks, and appreciate the traditional Chinese flowers and trees here. There is also a set of cultural exhibitions hosted at the fair. It is certain that visitors would lots of interesting things here.