Quiet Reflection Garden (Jingsi Garden)

Added by Admin on May 23, 2012|Updated on Jun 6, 2012


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Tongli Town, Suzhou
苏州同里镇
0512-6333 1140
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Jingsi Garden (Quiet Reflection Garden) is a national 4A scenic area about 3 kilometers from the ancient water town of Tongli. Built by the entrepreneur Chen Jingen, it is the biggest private garden in south China. It covers about 7 hectares, featuring winding bridges and corridors, lakes and mountains, pavilions, marble boats and rockery. A large number of precious Lingbi stones are displayed in Stone Hall, which covers more than 600 square meters. "Qingyun Peak" is purported to be the largest Lingbi Stone in the world.


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