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UNESCO Sites near Shanghai
Shanghai is a metropolitan city, vibrant and modern. While Shanghai does not contain any of the 53 UNESCO World Heritage Sites that are found throughout China, its surrounding UNESCO Sites ...
Garden of the Humble Administrator
Exquisitely renowned classical gardens blanket Suzhou’s rich landscape, wrapped in narrow winding waterways. Many of the city’s gardens have earned worldwide recognition for their great beauty, as well as their ...
Lion Grove Garden
Composed during the Yuan Dynasty, the Lion Grove Garden or Shizi Lin, is made up of several small rockeries that resemble the shape of a lion, or Shizi in Chinese. ...
Tiger Hill
Rising from the ground at a humble 36 meters in height and covering just over 14,000 square meters, Suzhou’s Tiger Hill has been revered for centuries as a historical destination ...
Lingering Garden
Situated just outside Suzhou’s Changmen Gate, the Lingering Garden was first designed in 1593 for Xu Taishi, a former government official. Initially known as the East Garden, it was popularized ...
Tongli Water Town
The ancient water township originally known as Fushi occupies the eastern shor of Taihu Lake 18k outside of Suzhou.  More than 1,000 years of history are captured within the exquisitely ...
Hanshan Temple
Covering an area of 45 hectares in the west of Suzhou along the ancient canal, the Hanshan Temple is regarded for both its historical significance and natural beauty that continues ...
Guanqian Street
Established in 1930, Guanqian Street is fairly young by Chinese standards. This pedestrian friendly avenue was designated a walking street by the municipal authority in 1982, welcoming the development of ...
Master of the Nets Garden
Located in Suzhou’s picturesque Cang Lang District, the Master Of The Nets Garden is noted as one of China’s finest classical gardens, earning it recognition as a UNESCO World Heritage ...