Lingering Garden Pictures

The Lingering Garden, Liu Yuan in Chinese, is located at 338 Liuyuan Road, outside the Changmen Gate of the city. As one of the four most famous gardens in China,this one was once a private garden during the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). With an area of about 23, 300 square meters, it's made up of long corridors, waterside pavilions, luxurious halls and elaborate courts. Attraction Intro: Lingering Garden
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Asked by Mr.bil from MARS | Mar. 27, 2011 07:06Reply
is this the best and famous garden in suzhu?
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Answered by Ms.Sara | Mar. 29, 2011 01:31

I think it is Zhuozhengyuan (Humble Administrator's Garden) which is the representative of the classical gardens south of the Yangtse River.
Asked by Mr.Moore from AUSTRALIA | Oct. 18, 2009 01:09Reply
can some one tell me what the Suzhou Gardens are like in December . Will I be missing a lot by not going in spring (ie flowers) or warmer times of the year
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Answered by Ms.Emma | Oct. 19, 2009 22:14

Yes, you will miss flowers, trees, lively ponds and of course it is a bit cold in December. Suggest you go in spring or summer.
Asked by Ms.Sandi from CANADA | Jul. 20, 2009 07:54Reply
We are staying in a hotel near The Bund in Shanghai. We want to leave very early to go to Suzhou, before the tourist buses leave from the stadium. From the Bund, is it easier to take the train to Suzhou in the early morning (7am) or is there a bus that is just as fast? Where to get the bus? Thank you!
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Answered by Mr.Shan | Jul. 21, 2009 03:39

I think you could take an express train from Shanghai Railway Station. Close to the Bund, you cold take the subway Line 1 to arrive at Shanghai Railway Station in 15 minutes. Then, you could catch the trains D5474 at 07:37 or D5406 at 07:42, which will cost you about 40 minutes. Very convenient!
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