Suzhou Gardens

Visit renowned UNSCO man-made gardens in Suzhou

Along with its canals and silk production, the pretty old merchant town of Suzhou is chiefly famous for its harmoniously designed gardens. The city’s nine main classical gardens including Humble Administrator’s Garden and Master-of-Nets Garden, all dating from between the 11th to 19th century, have collectively been placed on the UNESCO World Heritage List, and their neatly laid-out streams, bamboo islands and gentle pathways offer gloriously serene settings.

Suzhou Garden

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