Humble Administrator's Garden, Suzhou
Categories: Gardens, Historic Sites, Nature & Parks, Tourist Spots
Listed as a World Heritage Site, Humble Administrator's Garden represents one of the city's most famous and largest gardens. The garden was built during the Shaoxing period and endured constant change throughout history, usually under private governance. Covering an area of 51,590 sq m (555.310 sq ft), the maze-like site contains numerous Ming-style elaborate pavilions, courtyards, and bridges, which connect islands and pools. You can explore three sections of the garden, where you can behold many natural and cultural landmarks. Also, attend the frequently held floral exhibitions, where you can learn much about plant life and see examples of bonsai trees, lotuses, and other flowers. See Humble Administrator's Garden and all Suzhou has to offer by arranging your trip with our Suzhou itinerary planner.
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Tout y est : les maisons traditionnelles, les étangs, les roches, les jardins, les coins tranquilles et les espaces verts. Çà et là, des dessinateurs immortalisent des parties du jardin et des visiteu... read more »Everything is there: the traditional houses, ponds, rocks, gardens, quiet corners and green spaces. Here and there, designers show parts of the garden and visitors of all ages to enjoy the calm of this immense garden. A haven of peace and sets of postcards.show original
只要是到蘇州旅遊，一定會到拙政園！！ 去的時候人不是很多，不用一直躲閃其他人，算是很幸運！ 還看到亭子下面的鴨子媽媽帶著小鴨子出門散步！！
A crowded garden in 90+ heat was maddening. But since my prayers for rainy day and no crowd was not answered, we decided to make the most of it. It is a beautiful Chinese garden, with or without crowd... read more »
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