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Its Smallerr than some other Gardens you could put on your list to do if your here for a really short time. I didnt think it was worth the viisit honestly as there wasnt anything in Particular that really caught out my attention.
We took some visiting family members for the evening show which consists of brief musical and theatrical performances about the garden’s and city’s history. I loved it but my visiting family didn’t because it was cold and rainy and they spoke neither English nor Chinese...More
It is really a tiny garden so if you are only interested in the garden than I recommend to choose The Humble Administrators Garden or Lions Garden instead. However in the evening there are plenty of cultural events in the garden. The standard evening tour...More
When I think of a garden I think of plants. That is not the case here. This is a plan with trees, water and stone. There are a few very calming areas, but with people walking through -well... you can imagine. Yes I enjoyed it,...More
The Master of Nets Garden incorporates scenic views dedicated to different seasons! These are arranged around a central pond, adding the forth dimension of kinetic movement through time, in addition to experiences in 3D views!
Beautiful olden house with landscaped gardens that showcased the 4 seasons in the design and plants. It's conserved as a UNESCO World heritage site. Best to have a guide to explain the meaning of each room/hall and also the designs used. Even the layout of...More
We made a quick stop to this garden with our tour guide Sunny, and it was incredible. All of the gardens offer a different look into the past of this 2,500 year old city. The architecture and the water add great views in every twist...More
Though during my time in Suzhou I enjoyed all of the gardens there, as long as they were not too crowded, I also wished that I knew more about the thoughts and concepts that brought them about. Despite my ignorance I liked the Master of...More