Long Feng Hotel

No.9 Dajing Lane, Guanqian Street, Suzhou, Jiangsu, 215005, China
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The Humble Administrator's Garden

by mke1963

The Humble Administrator's Garden was first created in 1513AD, on the site of a former monastery.
The middle section is the only part which is truly in the southern China garden style, as the western part has been extensively remodelled and has strong Japanese influence, while the eastern part fell into disrepair and was only returned to being a garden in recent decades - and so looks more like a suburban park.
In the central area there is a good museum of garden history although it is really a museum of Suzhou garden history and focuses on the Humble Administrator's Garden.
For me, the star attraction must be the "36 Pairs of Mandarin Ducks Hall" with its beautiful views through the blue and plain chequered glass.
The Humble Administrator's Garden is always busy, but the day I visited it was raining heavily and the flag-following groups kept moving fast, so there were spells when sections of the garden were quiet and undisturbed.

Suzhou Night Market

by imstress

It was great shopping in Suzhou Night Market.

Lots of tibits and shops are lighted with neon lights.

Our tour guided pointed us to the famous sweet shop where they sell a sweet for cough which was taken by the Empress CiXi.

Lion's Grove Garden - Part 1

by Willettsworld

The Lion Grove Garden was built in 1342 during the Yuan Dynasty by a Zen Buddhist monk, Tianru in memory of the Abbot Zhongfeng. Emperor Kangxi visited the garden in 1703 and wrote "the Lion Grove Temple" on a tablet and gifted it to the owner. Emperor Qianlong visited the garden no less than 6 times and wrote 10 poems about it. He like it so much that he made replicas of it in the Yuan Ming Garden in Beijing.

The garden is named after a grove of bamboo and lake rocks that are meant to resemble lions. It features a labyrinth of rockeries with winding pathways and caves plus a series of halls, pavilions and bridges.

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