- CCTV Wuxi Film & TV Studio:
Situated along the Taihu Lake on the western suburbs of Wuxi, Jiangsu Province, CCTV Film & Television Productions Co., Ltd. (CCTV Co., Ltd.) is the first list A-share Company to run both movie/TV industry and cultural tourism in China. It has gone through a shareholding reform mainly on the studio Town of Tang Dynasty and Town of Three Kingdoms that formerly belonged to the Wuxi Film studio of CCTV, and it is now held by five corporations such as China International Television Corporation.
- Wuxi Lingshan Scenic Spot
Lingshan Buddhist Scenic Spot is a special large theme park of Buddhism, located in Wuxi City. As the symbol of Wuxi tour, Lingshan has been a popular scenic spot on the tour route in East China and the Buddhist tourist attraction well-known at home and abroad. Nearly 2 million visitors from all over the world have visited Lingshan each year. Construction of Lingshan begun in 1994, Lingshan Scenic Spot is composed of Lingshan Grand Buddha - the world tallest copper standing statue of Skyamuni, Nine Dragons Bathing the Baby Buddha, a group of large-sized dynamic musical sculptures; and a series of well-designed Buddhist scenic spots.
- Lingshan Buddha
Located in the Maji Mountain area, the Lingshan Grand Buddha is one of the most awe-inspiring sights in Wuxi, Jiangsu Province, together with the nearby historic Xiangfu Temple, a thousand-year old Buddhism temple. The largest statue of the Buddha anywhere in the world, this bronze colossus stands 88 meters tall; its lotus flower pedestal brings the entire structure to over 100 meters. The statue was built only several years ago, but has already become a major tourist destination, attracting visitors from all over China. The Buddha stands on the side of a hill, facing lake Taihu, an ideal location according to Chinese feng-shui.
- The Purple Sand Teapot Museum
It displays teapots that come in different designs, sizes and colors and all these teapots are for sale, even the extremely unique and beautiful ones. Purple sand clay, of which these teapots are made, is originally a dark purplish red color, due to the high amounts of iron oxide. Nevertheless, the purple sand teapot comes in several colors; black, brown, red, purple, yellow, and green.
What makes purple sand teapots unique are of course, its material, and its characteristics for brewing tea. First of all, these teapots are able to preserve the rich taste of Chinese tea due to its porous sandy clay, being able to retain the full flavor and color of tea overnight. Furthermore, this special teapot does not crack when heated on a fire or when hot boiling water is poured into it. The purple sand teapot is considered long lasting and is advisable to use over a long period of time, for the more fragrant the tea will be in an older pot. This teapot is also suitable for brewing English tea.