Suzhou is famous for its elegant gardens and beautiful waterside towns, where tourists will appreciate Chinese traditional architecture's masterly workmanship and the leisurely life of the local people. Detailed information about Suzhou Travel Guide
The Humble Administrator's Garden, being the largest private garden locally, is still one of the four most famous classic gardens in China. The garden boasts a central pond with pavilions, chambers, terraces and corridors appropriately designed and located nearby.
The Lingering Garden, Liu Yuan in Chinese, is located at 338 Liuyuan Road, outside the Changmen Gate. As one of the four most famous gardens in China, the Lingering Garden was once a private garden during the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644).
Being one of the four famous gardens in Suzhou, the Garden of the Master of the Nets is of great cultural and artistic interest. It is not only an attractive combination of residence and garden, but is also representative of medium-sized garden style in Suzhou.
As one of the most famous water towns in China, Zhouzhuang has a profound cultural background, well-preserved ancient residential houses and stunning water views.
Luzhi Water Town is situated in Kunshan City, 18 kilometers east of Suzhou, Jiangsu Province. With a history spanning 1400 years, it compares favorably to Zhouzhuang. Covering just one square kilometer, it has been awarded the beautiful name of 'the first water town in China'.
Suzhou Silk Museum