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Humble Administrator’s Garden
As one of four great Chinese gardens, the Humble Administrator’s Garden is the largest garden in Suzhou and generally regarded as the finest garden in the southern China. It was proclaimed a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997.
Located about 3km west of Suzhou city, Lingering Garden is a renowned classical Chinese garden which is recognized with other classical Suzhou gardens as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Garden of Master of Nets
The Garden of Master of Nets is a most impressive one for its efficient spatial arrangement of original limited area. Chinese garden designers synthesized art, nature, and architecture to create this masterpiece.
The Summer Palace boasts the peak of Chinese gardening and architectural art, yet the whole is harmonious, known as “The Loyal Gardens Museum” and ranked as UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Garden of Cultivation
Garden of Cultivation, or Yipu Garden in Chinese, is one of the best preserved examples of Ming Dynasty classical garden in Suzhou. The garden is featured by its open and simple structure.
Couple’s Retreat Garden
The Couple’s Retreat Garden, or Ouyuan Garden in Chinese, is listed in cultural relics unit as well as a UNESCO World Heritage along with other classical Suzhou gardens.
Canglang Pavilion is the oldest of the UNESCO gardens in Suzhou that dated back to the Northern Song Dynasty. The garden features the harmony between man-made buildings and the natural environment.
The Lion Grove Garden
The Lion Grove Garden is famous for the large and labyrinthine grotto of rock at the garden’s center. The name of Lion Gove derives from the shape of these rocks resembling lions.