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How many are there gardens in Suzhou? What are the differences between them?

There're about 69 gardens in Suzhou. Today, guests are welcome to visit the gardens and wander the paths, enjoying fragrant flora, rippling ponds and quiet pavilions along the way. Evoke the countryside and commune with nature, just like the people of Suzhou did so long ago. You, too, will discover why Suzhou’s classical gardens give merit to the moniker, “Heaven on Earth.”
Humble Administrator’s Garden is Suzhou’s largest garden and considered the archetype of classical garden design.
Lingering Garden is famous for its striking architecture and corridor adorned in ancient inlaid calligraphy.
Suzhou’s smallest garden, Master of the Nets, boasts an intricate design and creates the illusion of a much larger space.
Lion Grove Garden’s whimsical rock formations and imposing manmade mountains are the garden’s biggest draws.
Mountain Villa with Embracing Beauty captivates its audience with its soaring mountains and cliffs, deep caverns, stone houses and more.
Fall in love with the Couple’s Retreat Garden, a romantic oasis sandwiched between three restful canals and a bevy of dramatic pavilions and verdant landscaping.
A flawless union of architecture and nature, Canglang Pavilion is the oldest garden in Suzhou and home to a mesmerizing forest of weeping willows, viridian bamboo and other ancient trees.
The Garden of Cultivation, with its mist-cloaked hills, deep springs and placid pools, is simpler than the others — yet its beauty is commanding.
Located in the picturesque water town of Tongli, the Retreat and Reflection Garden is notorious for its pavilions that seemingly float atop the pond’s peaceful surface.

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