A truly beautiful garden, a UNESCO world heritage site, it is billed by China as one of the four most famous gardens in the country. The vegetation, the stonework of bridges and the pavilions, the pon...
One of the larger gardens available to visit. This is an elaborately laid out garden with meandering water ways threading themselves amongst fruit trees and planted flowering areas surrounding beautif...
The first Chinese garden you have to visit in Suzhou
There are multiple traditional Suzhou-style Chinese gardens in Suzhou, and 9 of these gardens have been inscribed in World Heritage list. The most famous and notable one is the Humble Administrator's ...
We had some issues finding this garden - if you turn on the pedestrian street signposted for the suzhou museum & continue walking past the museum then you will reach the garden ticket booth and entran...
Come to the Humble Administrator's Garden, it is the first of the four famous gardens in China. Going to Suzhou to experience the charm of classical gardens, of course, it is the first choice. The whole garden is centered on water, surrounded by mountains and rivers, beautifully decorated, lush and lush, bluestone. The paving, powder wall and tile, exquisite window, long corridor, full of poetry and painting, "Who is sitting with Xuan", people are immersed in the charming charm of Jiangnan water town, is the representative of Jiangnan garden, worthy of the world garden mother.
The traffic in the Humble Administrator's Garden is very convenient. Although the subway does not reach the Humble Administrator's Garden, it is possible to take a taxi directly. Suzhou is not expensive. If you are coming from Suzhou High-speed Railway North Station, you can take the Suzhou Railway Station, which is reached by Metro Line 2, turn right at Exit 2 of the subway and arrive at the Bus Exchange Center. Take the tour 1 and get off at Qimen Station. - 5 stations, bus price 2 yuan / person, is also very convenient.
Tickets: Due to limited time in the afternoon, it is a ticket purchased separately. There is no garden card for Suzhou. The price in the off-season is 70 yuan. In the peak season, the ticket is 90 yuan. If you want to do the garden card in Suzhou, Will be a lot of benefits, the annual fee is 120 yuan.
Tip: Since you have already bought the tickets online, you can use the gates at the entrance to verify the QR code. It is very convenient and you don't need to pick up the tickets.
📍Humble Administrator’s Garden, Suzhou
The biggest and the largest garden in Suzhou. I heard that people said this Garden was the most beautiful garden in Suzhou. It is also UNESCO World Heritage site. It is so famous in Suzhou that you have to come to this garden if you visit this beautiful city. So many beautiful spots for taking pictures too.
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Suzhou gardens are the best in the world. Visitors to Suzhou usually choose to go to one or two gardens. The Humble Administrators Garden ranks first in Suzhou Garden and is the first choice for many tourists.
Humble Administrator's Garden, together with the Lingering Garden, the Summer Palace and the Summer Resort, is known as the four major gardens in China. The Humble Administrator's Garden has the beauty of private gardens in the south of the Yangtze River, and the Humble Administrator's Garden is the atmosphere of the royal gardens.
Speaking of tickets, Humble Administrator's Garden is not cheap, tickets for 90 yuan is still crowded, and the Summer Palace tickets as long as 30 yuan, only one-third of the Humble Administrator's Garden, Beijing's tourist attractions tickets are generally cheaper.
Humble Administrator's Garden was built in the Zhengde period of the Ming Dynasty. It is about 500 years old and is the largest in Suzhou gardens. It is also listed as a world cultural heritage. It is also famous internationally. There are so many regiments.
Humble Administrator's Garden is the most representative ancient Jiangnan architecture. It is exquisite and elegant. A rockery and a promenade show the aesthetic taste of Jiangnan. The scenery is different all year round.
The Humble Administrator's Garden is known for its water. The early ruling gardens are lush and green, and the buildings in the gardens are sparse. The existing landscape of the central part of the Humble Administrator's Garden accounts for about three-fifths of the garden area.
It is recommended to go to the Humble Administrator's Garden to go in earlier. It takes about two hours to visit the circle. There are many attractions in the old city of Suzhou where the Humble Administrator's Garden is located. There are Lion Rock, Pingjiang Road and Suzhou Museum nearby.
The Humble Administrator's Garden is the first of all gardens in China. It is said that other gardens are built on the basis of it. After many generations of garden owners, Wang Xianchen of the Ming Dynasty bought this land to build a garden (it is really a big family). Ah), and please go to the famous Wen Zhengming talent to be responsible for the design. It is said that because his landscape painting is good (I dont know if I dont listen to it), its not surprising that the faint sense before. Although the ancients did not learn architecture design, they were able to be so good and admire when they were transformed into actual combat.
Humble Administrators Garden took more than ten years to build. As a result, Wang Xianchen died after not living for a few years. His defeated son, the night gambling, actually lost the entire garden! Off! He knows It was estimated that I would jump out of the coffin... After that, the park began to experience a variety of hands...
This is one of "China's Four Gardens" and a world cultural heritage site. The Humble Administrator’s Garden is known for its water landscape that highlights the ambiance of the Southern Chinese villages built on bodies of water. It is elegant and delicately designed. In the garden, different kinds of ancient architecture were built on water. They are scattered strategically and not one is the same as another. The garden is divided into three parts: the east, the middle, and the west. Each part has its own characteristics, especially the central garden, which basically maintains the simple and natural style of the Ming Dynasty gardens and represents the best of the whole garden.