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We went there in the winter of 2016 and the garden was like a maze around a pond. While we definitely enjoyed our visit there, there wasn't any iconic objects or whatsoever. Worth a visit but can be skipped if you don't have enough time...More
“It is wonderful”, this was my first feeling as I entered to Lion Grove Garden. Lion Grove Garden is small than any other classical gardens of Suzhou, so you may walk around spending a short time. However, it looks like more detailed than other. It...More
Even though the garden was full of tourists (mostly Chinese), since it was a weekend, it was a fantastic experience. This garden has a plethora of the decorative rocks from Lake Tai, and paths weaving in and out in inside of them, together with many...More
We booked a tour as we left the train station ( not intended-- but the tour operators come at you the second you get in the terminal --which is always kinda sketchy...but) we do not regret it! We naively thought we could navigate the city...More
This garden is like no other. Rock mazes to climb through, under or over all around a fabulous pond full of big, fat carp. The architect, IM Pei once lived here - he designed that glass pyramid outside the Louvre, Paris
From the two gardens I visited in Suzhou, this was undoubtedly the best. For 40 Yuens (less than half the price of the most popular one, the Humble Administrator's Garden), you can amaze yourself in an intricate rock "labyrinth", which takes you around the garden...More