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The Tuisi Garden is not that easy to find. it is in a side street from The townsquare, with a discreat entering door! The Garden was built in the late Qing Dynasty. Ren Lansheng, the owner of the garden, retired from political life and built...More
Strongly recommend visiting Tongli and Tuisi garden than zhouzhuang (on a weekday) if you are into photography, some quiet moments for reflection and cultural immersion. Unlike the UNESCO gardens in Suzhou, this garden is part of a historic home which still features some of the...More
Certainly equal to the gardens in Suzhou. Again the home of a retired senior official. Rooms of the house laid around a central pond with fish, rockeries and interesting planting. Relatively small and compact.
With a guide you should get an understanding about the features...More
Visited a lot of gardens in Suzhou, all of them are different. This is in my eye the most beautiful, in fact this is my second time to Tongli, mostly for visiting this particular garden again.
It's smaller compared to most gardens, compact but yet...More
one of the very first tourists to get in as soon as the door was opened so I pretty much had the entire Tui Si Garden for myself!
very elegant and intimate, one could easily spend a good few hours here.
as one of the...More
This is a beautiful garden. However, it is also a fascinating testimony to a world in which women had to use back corridors, had no view of the beautiful landscape, and were generally not welcome in the main halls. I had the opportunity to tour...More
A beautiful park laid out by one of the ministers of the last dynasty. He spend years on craeting this park, witj various buildings for relatives, concubines, guests and so on. When finished the originator died shortly after.
Nice place to view, take pictures and...More