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I went to Wuxi principally tovisit friends who work there, knew little about what the area offers for a tourist. Was pleasantly surprised at discovering this lovely Family Mansion and gardens which were originally built by a leading scholar and silk merchant in the late...More
The garden certainly the best garden in the city of Wuxi...as it was massive and beautiful.
The location is in the heart of the city. Make sure you bring money to buy nice souvenirs inside the garden as they were few sellers offeriing handcrafted painting...chinese...More
Xue’s Garden(family mansion) was a pleasant surprise. It was a rainy day(seen in my photos)with very few visitors. The "Gardens" were built in the late 19th century by an influential government official and international diplomat of the Qing Dynasty. It is amazing and thankfully, that...More
Xue's garden is definitely the most fancy type architecture in late Qing Dynasty. I heard from the tour guide that the place we were visiting now is actually 10 times smaller than previously owned. My first reaction is "OMG" how big it used to be....More
Xue’s Garden was built in Wuxi in the late Qing Dynasty. The owner was Mr. Xue, he was the ambassador to Britain, France, Italy and Belgium.
When we visited this luxurious mansion, I can see the rational layout, fine carving of each room; even the...More