Tianmu Lake has been listed as one of the prestigious 4-AAAA tourist attraction sites since 2001 and is one of the natural reserves in Jiangsu Province.
One popular activity at Tianmu Lake is to sample tea made from plants harvested around the lake, mixed in with the lake water.
The topography of Hongmei Park is undulating and marked with rivers and lakes. It is also the site of several other attractions, including Wenbi Tower, Jiasha Tower, Bingmei Stone and Hongmei Pavilion.
Built between the Tang Dynasty and Song Dynasty, Hongmei Park's history dates back 1,000 years. It welcomes 200,000 locals and tourists annually.
Su Park, also known as Dongpo Park, is located in east Changzhou. It is a characteristic garden of the southern Yangtze delta, which combines natural scenery and places of interests. It is also an ideal spot for scenic views of the grand Changzhou Ancient Canal.