Manicured Wonders: Suzhou’s Classical Gardens
About an hour away from Shanghai sits some of China's UNESCO-listed gardens.
by Joshua Berida | January 11, 2018
This garden is the smallest of the residential gardens in the city. However, it maximizes its size and creates an illusion that makes it look bigger than it actually is. It has three sections which are the inner and central garden, and residential. The main section has a pond that sometimes acts like a mirror, reflecting the pathways, plants, trees and structures surrounding it.
Entrance Fee: CNY 40 from April, May, and July to October, CNY 30 from January to March, June, November and December
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