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  • 1. Humble Administrator's Garden


    More than half of Suzhou's largest garden is occupied by ponds and lakes. The garden was built in 1509 by Wang Xianjun, an official dismissed...Read More

  • 2. Master of the Nets Garden


    All elements of Suzhou style are here in precise balance: rocky hillscapes, layered planting, undulating walkways, and charming pavilions overlooking...Read More

  • 3. Baotu Spring Park


    Qing Dynasty Emperor Qianlong proclaimed this the finest of Ji'nan's many natural springs gurgling north from the foothills of Mount Tai. The...Read More

  • 4. Blue Wave Pavilion


    The oldest existing garden in Suzhou, the Blue Wave Pavilion dates back more than 900 years to the Song Dynasty. With a rambling, maze-like...Read More

  • 5. Daming Lake


    Fed by artesian springs and garlanded by vivid banks of willows, Daming Lake has been inspiring Chinese poets and writers for 1,500 years. Surrounded...Read More

  • 6. Ge Garden


    This lovely garden is named for the bamboo plant's characteristic trio of leaves, which look like the Chinese character ge (个). There are...Read More

  • 7. Joyous Garden


    The youngest garden in Suzhou, Joyous Garden was built in 1874. It borrows elements from Suzhou's other famous gardens: rooms from the Humble...Read More

  • 8. Lingering Garden


    Windows frame yet more windows, undulating rooflines recall waves, and a closed corridor opens out into a tranquil pool in this intriguing garden...Read More

  • 9. Lion's Grove Garden


    This garden employs countless craggy rock formations from nearby Lake Taihu to create a surreal moonscape. A labyrinth of caves surrounds a...Read More

  • 10. Plum Blossom Hill and Sun Yat-sen Botanical Gardens


    March and April are the best months to visit Plum Blossom Hill, when peach, pear, plum, and cherry trees explode with color and fragrance. The...Read More

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