Manicured Wonders: Suzhou’s Classical Gardens

About an hour away from Shanghai sits some of China’s UNESCO-listed gardens.

Its Chinese Name ‘Ou Yuan’ means two people cultivating the land. It implies a couple retreating to the countryside to live peacefully. It features waterways, rock formations, halls, pavilions, colorful flowers and trees, and towers.

Entrance Fee: CNY 25 from April 16 to October 30, CNY 20 from October 31 to April 15

Which one would you visit first? Tell us in the comments!

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Joshua Berida

Joshua Berida

Joshua Berida is a writer by profession and traveler by passion. He writes and posts about his adventures on TheWanderingJuan.net. He likes the outdoors and prefers mountains and hiking to beach bumming, but he wouldn't mind lazing on a white sand beach and swimming in its clear, blue waters.