The Chuodun site, the village of Zhengyi Chuodun, Jiangsu province, contains relics of the Majiabang, Songze, Liangzhu, and Maqiao cultures on a 400,000-square-meter piece of ground, with a central area of 290,000 sq m.
The Baodai (Precious Belt) Bridge was built by Wang Zhongshu, a magistrate of Suzhou prefecture during the time of the Yuanhe emperor of the Tang Dynasty (805-820). To raise money to finance the bridgework, Wang used his expensive belt, hence the name.
The Baimajian (White Horse Gully) and Longchi (Dragon Pool) resort is located in the western part of Suzhou’s high-tech development zone and is an important part of the city’s western tourist area and a natural green area for the development zone.
Feng Gate is located at the east of Suzhouand to the south of Xiang Gate. It was originally named after Fengyu Mountain. Since there were Yuzhuan Yufu fish (finless porpoises) in rivers nearby, it was also called Yuzhuan Gate and Yufu Gate.