Small, but nice gardens. You can find quite moments. Take the bridge for long life. There are rooms with old furnitures
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I would loved to have seen the "gardens" when in full bloom but it was interesting with all of the pathways, waterways, and bridges. (Don't go in November and I'm sure it is beautiful in Full Bloom!)
we had a beautifull day at this Garden, the place were full of different copules of brides and grooms taking pictures for their wedding albums ! it was really nice to see many of them together , a thing that do not happen anywhere else...More
another of the many beautiful gardens of Suzhou, smaller in size and easy to meander. It is very peaceful, it was, thankfully, not crowded so left room to breath and to enjoy. The seniors of Suzhou enjoy free entry and can visit the tea houses...More
Very disappointed as there were so many people, you could not see the gardens well enough to appreciate. Lining up to walk through a door or gate is not my idea of fun....but that is me. We had a one day private tour which included...More
This a definite must to understand the beauty of Chinese gardens. The water, pagoda,river and city wall speak to the history of the city. You will understand the history and architecture of this rural Chinese city.
Beautiful gardens with Koi carps ponds , little bridges and pagodas. A very tranquil and peaceful place to spend some times strolling by.
Visited garden in January when there were no crowds to speak of. Very tranquil space in the middle of a hectic city.
It was great to have a look into what life must have been like for the family and staff that made up this household. I particularly enjoyed this visit because the gardens weren't too extensive. There was a good amount of variety without having to...More