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My travel experience to Suzhou

Suzhou is the best tour city in Jiangsu Province and one of the most important tourist destinations in China China vacation deals. Its gardening is the best in China showing great attraction to tourist worldwide. It may be the aspect of this city most well-known to foreigners. Within 2 hours’ driving from Shanghai provide very convenient transportation to Suzhou.

Humble Administrator’s Garden

The Humble Administrator's Garden China Photo Tour (Zhuozhengyuan) is the largest garden in Suzhou and the most famous and representative of Suzhou gardens. The best sections of the garden are the western parts where pools and pavilions are the main themes. This is a wonderful place to stroll as the greenery, flowing water and the antique pavilions have a relaxing effect. These areas of the garden are quite beautiful and are a great place to stroll, people-watch or take pictures. This Ming Dynasty garden was actually made to enable the master of the garden to have a place to do some gardening and get away from the bustle of life as an official!

Tiger Hill

Tiger Hill Park China tour videos is simply one of Suzhou's greatest attractions! Within the park walls, there are lots of great sights, filled with history and legend. All in all, this is great place for a picnic or an afternoon of exploring. Tiger Hill (Huqiu) is the final resting place of the ruler of ancient Suzhou, He Lu. The area was named Tiger Hill after a tiger was seen lying on He Lu's tomb. One of Tiger Hill's most famous spots is Sword Pond (Jianchi). He Lu was a famous warrior and sword collector and the Sword Pond is said to hold He Lu's treasured swords in its watery depths. Tiger Hill also houses the Yunyan Pagoda, that has been leaning since the before the Qing Dynasty. Today this 1000-year-old (from the Sui Dynasty) pagoda has become a symbol of Suzhou. It's best to take a full afternoon to explore this wonderful historic park. 

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