Keyuan is the only academy garden in Suzhou. It is located on Renmin Road, across the water from Canglangting Pavilion. It is a cultural relic protection unit in Suzhou. The small bridges, pavilions and pavilions in the garden continue the consistent style of Suzhou gardens, but there are few people here who feel updated. If you don't want to go to the busy Humble Administrator's Park, you can come here and have a look, and the tickets are not expensive.
Suzhou Keyuan, also known as Near Mountain Forest and Paradise Park, is a classical garden building built in the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms. It is located in Sanyuanfang (708 Renmin Road) in the south of Suzhou City, just one lane away from Canglangting. The garden gate faces south and faces Canglang Pavilion. The garden is not big, the pool is in the middle, the building is sparse, the sill corridor is back, the water is clear and the courtyard is clear.
Keyuan, also known as the Near Mountain Forest, can be traced back to the Wuyue King's Palace in the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms. It was gradually abandoned and became part of the Canglang Pavilion in the Song Dynasty. During the Qing Dynasty, Shen Deqian, governor of Jiangsu Province, rebuilt the gardens for the near mountain forests. It is also named Paradise by "Leshan for the benevolent, Leshui for the wise". The area of the garden is not very large, but the layout is reasonable and not creative. Entering Keyuan, first of all, a clear lake water came into view. Willows were planted near the lake. There were lotus fields in the lake, and Koi were swimming in the water. Around the pavilions and pavilions, there are complex corridors and curved bridges. Further up, there are Yuqing Tang, Xuegu Tang and other pavilions, ancient and fragrant, to restore the beautiful scenery of that year. Suzhou is the city of paradise, and gardens are the enjoyment of paradise. The rule of progress is to rule the country and make the world peaceful, while the rule of self-cultivation is to recite poems and works, to think about life, and to talk about Confucianism. Keyuan is located opposite Canglang Pavilion. It sells tickets independently. The tickets are 25 yuan and the students are half-price. It is generally recommended to play with Canglangting. Unicom is very convenient. It can be reached hundreds of metres by subway bus from Sanyuanfang Station. Coming here is much cleaner than going to the Humble Administrator's Garden.
Keyuan is a famous garden worth visiting in Suzhou. Compared with other gardens in Suzhou, it has a small area, but since you enter the gate from the entrance hall, it will give you an experience of changing scenery and walking with scenery. At the same time, there are not many visitors in the garden, and the comfort is very good. It will certainly not disappoint you, because the name of the garden has told you that the water of the waves is clear and muddy, and the water of the waves is muddy and muddy.
But the garden is opposite the Canglang Pavilion, but there are fewer people. I made a song by the lake and let my thoughts run wild. The reflection of blue sky and white clouds, the flowing water of bridges and gardens are really exquisite, and they are not hesitant to compare with those luxury houses and courtyards.
Located opposite Canglang Pavilion, it is the only academy garden in Suzhou. Historically, it was the residence of Han Shizhong, also known as "Near Mountain Forest", "Zhengyi Academy" and "Suzhou Library". Later, it was occupied by public organs for a long time, and the history of recovery was not long.
Keyuan is opposite to Canglang Pavilion in Suzhou. It is said that they used to be a garden, but the garden is very small and can be turned around soon. But like all gardens in Suzhou, it has its own characteristics. Come here and remember to take a look at Europe with Canglangting.