Private Day Tour to Suzhou From Shanghai By Fast Train; Get Your Guide

On this private day tour to Suzhou, you will learn about Suzhou Garden, the history of silk and the Grand Canal (a must-see in Suzhou.)

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What to Wear in China: Outfit Guides for Chinese Cities; Tiffany; College Fashion

Whether you’re planning a trip to China or dreaming of traveling there, here’s an outfit guide to what to wear in China, from Shanghai to Beijing and more.

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Check Out the Easiest Day Trips from Shanghai; Lauren Hogan; Marriott TRAVELER

Here are five day trips from Shanghai that offer a variety of options to get out and experience other parts of China.

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Discovering Suzhou, China; Monika Markovinovic; Monte Cristo Magazine

The city is known for its canals and its exquisite classical gardens.

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A guided tour of Nine Classical Gardens in China; SRJ News

A guided tour of Nine Classical Gardens in China…

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This city in China is bursting with UNESCO World Heritage gardens; Jacqueline Gulledge; Mother Nature Network

Suzhou is home to several gardens that date back to the 6th century B.C.

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This City in China Has the Most Unesco-Recognized Gardens in the World; Jennifer Billock; Smithsonian

Suzhou has more than 60 gardens dating back to 600 AD, and nine have collective World Heritage status…

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Is China a good place for travelling?; Quora

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A day in Suzhou, China; Daniel James Clarke; G Adventures

Gorgeous garden, quaint canals, and a space that’s — unlike other municipalities in China — explorable by foot…

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Visiting a Suzhou garden, Embroidery Showroom and a trip down the Grand Canal before heading to Shanghai; Michelle & Kevin Cavanagh; Travel Blog

China – Classical Gardens of Suzhou

On day six of our China adventure we travelled by bus from Hangzhou to Suzhou, our first stop was at the Master of the Nets garden which is a UNESCO World Heritage site. The garden demonstrates Chinese garden designers’ adept skills for synthesising art, nature, and architecture to create unique masterpieces which explore the fundamental question regarding the nature of concepts such as being, existence and reality. The Master of the Nets is particularly regarded among garden connoisseurs for its mastering the techniques of relative dimension, contrast, foil, sequence and depth, and borrowed scenery.

The Master of the Nets garden, originally called Ten Thousand Volume Hall, was first constructed in 1140 by Shi Zhengzhi the Deputy Civil Service Minister of the Southern Song Dynasty government who was inspired by the simple and solitary life of a Chinese fisherman depicted in philosophical writings. After his death the garden passed through various owners, subsequently falling into disarray until around 1785 when it was restored by Song Zongyuan, a retired government official of the Qing Dynasty who drastically redesigned the garden and added multiple buildings, while retaining the spirit of the site.

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