Humble Administrator's Garden Pictures

The picturesque scenery made up of pavilions, pond, bridges and trees

Being the largest private garden in Suzhou, the Humble Administrator's Garden is still one of the four most famous classic gardens in China. It boasts a central pond with pavilions, chambers, terraces and corridors appropriately designed and located nearby. It is also an art treasure house for architecture, calligraphy, carving, painting and bonsai. This place was included in the World Heritage List in 1997. Attraction Intro: Humble Administrator's Garden
  • The picturesque scenery made up of pavilions, pond, bridges and trees
  • Long corridors arranged around the clear water provide tourists with beautiful scenes from different angles, Suzhou.
  • Long corridors arranged around the clear water provide tourists with beautiful scenes from different angles, Suzhou.
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Questions & Answers on Humble Administrator\s Garden Pictures
Asked by Ms.Celine from SINGAPORE | Mar. 29, 2011 23:50Reply
May I check is visit Suzhou around mid June will be hot? How is the wealther in this month?
any recommendation place for visiting the city for family trip?
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Answered by Mr.Jamie | Mar. 30, 2011 01:10
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That area enters the rainy season since middle and later June. The temperature may be 33-35 degrees at daytime. So, it is hot. There are many private gardens in Suzhou. There are several water towns nearby, such as Nanxun, Tongli, Wuzhen, Zhouzhuang. You can go to visit one of those water towns.
Asked by Ms.Rebecca from SINGAPORE | Oct. 29, 2009 08:44Reply
Can I take the bullet train from Shanghai airport to Suzhou? Which airport, Pudong or Hongqiao? What's the frequency/timing of the trains?
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Answered by Ms.Cindy | Nov. 01, 2009 01:47
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No, you cannot. You need to take the bullet trains from Shanghai Hongqiao Railway Station. There are many trains a day, the last one is leaving 21:28. You can jsut take airport bus to the railway station and buy tickets for the train.
Asked by Ms.Amy from USA | Jul. 24, 2009 09:46Reply
I heard it was possible to take a nice boat ride in Suzhou, for about 45 minutes to an hour. Do you know if this is possible, where to find the boat, what times it runs, and how much? We will be visiting on Saturday, August 8. Thank you for your kind assistance.
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Answered by Mr.Shan | Jul. 27, 2009 20:37
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Yes, the night cruise is availabel currently. The ship departs from the Old Canal Pier at 19:00 everyday. The cruise is about 80 minutes and costs 40RMB per person.
City-bus to the pier: 602, 305, 47, 522, 70, 7, You-5 and 39.
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