Tiger Hill enjoys a reputation as 'the first scenic spot in the State of Wu', when Suzhou was the capital of this Chinese ancient State. It is here where the King of Wu was buried after his death, and it was named Tiger Hill after a tiger was seen laying on his tomb.
This popular tourist spot is well known for its natural beauty and historical sites. One of the tourist attractions in the hill is the Yunyan Pagoda, a brick-structured tower that is leaning toward the north-east 2.48 degrees. Another well-known site on Tiger Hill is the Sword Pond. There are many valuable swords underwater at the bottom of the pond, which never dries up and is actually a spring that flows with clear and drinkable water all year long.
In order to access the attraction, please scan the QR code at the entrance turnstiles for direct access into the park