• World Cultural Heritage
  • One of China's Four
    Most Famous Gardens
  • National Tourist Attraction of Grade AAAAA
  • Cultural Relics of National Importance under the protection of the State
    The Lingering Garden was listed from the first as cultural relics of national importance in 1961. With an area of 23,310 sq.m.it is celebrated for its artistic way of dealing with the spaces between various kinds of architectural form.Buildings make up one third of the total area of the garden,the hall of which being the most remarkable in Suzhou. The garden is separated into the middle ,eastern,northern and western parts. The ancestral temple and the house lie to the south of the garden. Featuring man-made mountain and lake scenery in the west and garden courts in the east,the middle part of the garden is the original site of the Xu's East Garden and the Liu's Hanbi Villa,and is regarded as the best part of the whole garden. The eastern,northern and western parts are the extensions of the Sheng's Garden. The eastern part is noted for its strangely shaped limestones,the northern part idyllic scenes,and the western part the delights of woody hills.
Peak period Fare
55 Yuan /person-time
Apr. May. July. Aug. Sep. Oct.

Off-season Fare
45 Yuan /person-time 
Jan. Feb. Mar. June. Nov. Dec.
Addr:No.338,Liuyuan Road,Suzhou,Jiangsu,China