Found in the Jiangsu province in China, these gardens are truly a peek into the grand history of the region. Here’s a little more information!

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The Classical Gardens of Suzhou are a group of gardens that have been added to the UNESCO World Heritage Site. The landscape of the gardens is known to have flourished during the mid-Ming to early Qing dynasties.

The gardens

Today, there are 69 preserved gardens in Suzhou, and each of them has been designated as protected National Heritage Sites. The garden in general consists of two parts – a residential section and a garden. In order to make the garden appear to be full of life, several components such as ponds, bridges, pavilions and fragrant flowers have been added. Easily reachable from many a luxury hotel in Suzhou, the likes of Pan Pacific Suzhou, visitors are sure to have a great experience as it’s a great escape from the usual city experiences.


The gardens go through a comprehensive monitoring plan as they need to be maintained in a proper manner in order to keep them in the best state possible.


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