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This is one of the smaller gardens I have been to in Suzhou. I went on a Saturday afternoon, it wasn’t so busy.
It’s nice to walk around and well kept, there is a beautiful pond in the middle with some koi fish.
We visited Master of Net Gardens with tour director David Yang. David was a great and friendly tour guide, answering all of our questions and providing great insight into the Suzhou culture and history. Thanks David. What a wonderful tour we had.
It is a very well balanced garden with pavilions and beautiful gardening. The place is also nice for disabled persons in wheelchairs. The large lotus pond is remarkable and the way how the air is caught in niches and through windows. Cooling and soothing at...More
The Master of the Nets Garden, an ancient garden residence. When we visited the place was crawling with tourists, not that we weren't, at it attracts thousands of visitors and is one of the highlights when visiting Suzhou. It is not large but beautiful, especially...More
Of course, it is beautyful quiet place. But - not only worth to see, also worth to understanding. In the pieces of beauty are hidden symbols of chinese tradiction, gems of traditional landscape, yin-yang artefacts... it is a lot of unclear transmissions everywhere in the...More
We took a tour of the garden with a guide which was very informative. We may have missed much of the detail without him. It was interesting to hear how the house was divided up. After a few days in Beijing, I felt that we...More
Our tour guide described this place as a sort of respite for a particular artist and scholar, and indeed it has the hallmark of a learning centre.
The gardens themselves are as usual quite inspiring, as a scholar would wish.
In addition to the traditional...More