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Li Garden

Li Garden

Originally it was Fanli's residence and back garden. Li Garden (Li yuan) lies in front of the Hubin Hote and on the shore of Taihu Lake. The garden is actually a blend of artificial bridges and pagodas scattered around small fishponds. The most interesting site is the 1,000 metre long corridor that meanders its way through the park. In the spring, when the plum blossoms, the garden is often densely crowded with local touists.

Li Garden is sectioned into 4 parts, the Four-Season Pavilion, SpringThe Li Garden cover an area of 123mu, one third of which is the lake. Li Garden is divided into 4 parts, the Four-Season Pavilion, Spring at South Bank, Long Corridor and the manmade mountains. You could enjoy these 4 scenic areas after you enter the Li Garden, go through the spacious halls, pass the quite corridors and yards and then turn right crossing the manmade mountains.The Four-Season Pavilion is a garden famous for its four seasons' flowers, surrounded by the bridges, the paths. The Four-Season Pavilion Li Gardenis a garden noted for its four seasons' flowers, embraced by the bridges, the paths. You can do the cruising on the lake in the garden. For the Four-Season Pavilion, you can enjoy different views in the different seasons.

The Long Corridor is the most featuring scenic site in Li Garden with 289 meters long. The Long Corridor is more winding and deep with 7-moon style gateways. So please not miss the visiting of the 1928 constructed noted 37 figures' sculptures on the Long Corridor. If you have interest in the Chinese Calligraphy, it is really worth visiting.

It is said that Li Garden resemble a pearl carved on Li Lake and the garden balance the lake very well. It is really worth visiting due to its fame, its beauty, and its sights. You can go boating at a small yard after passing the riverbank and the bridges.

Entrance Fee: RMB 20
Open Hours: 06:30 to17:30
How to get there: Bus K1, K 82

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