Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Classical Gardens of Suzhou in the Suzhou region of the Jiangsu province is an architectural wonder.
With landscapes mimicking natural sceneries of rocks, hills and rivers tinged with serene bliss, the gardens are constructed with strategically located pavilions and pagodas.
Fancy a visit?
If you are planning to visit the Classical Gardens of Suzhou for your next vacation, accommodation close to the gardens are not hard to find. Suzhou serviced apartments the likes of Citadines Xinghai Suzhou are ideal for long-time visitors to the gardens and the area surrounding Suzhou.
What entices visitors to the garden apart from its lush foliage is the multiple gardens with gloriously constructed architecture. The Humble Administrator’s Garden is the most famous and the largest of the gardens of Suzhou.
Considered as the finest gardens in China, the garden features residential quarters, three courtyards and a Rosy Cloud Pool. However, the park’s main highlight is the grotto known as the Barrier of Cloud and a Ming Dynasty cypress tree.
Roland Lefevre is a travel writer who specializes in creating features on leisure as well as business travel destinations across the globe. Google+