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  • 25 of the most stunning parks and gardens around the world

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    The garden is one of the Classical Gardens of Suzhou (a city west of Shanghai). Dating to the 12th century, it features a labyrinth of windowed courtyards that give the illusion that the site is more spacious than it really is. 

  • These Are the 25 Most Beautiful Gardens in the World

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    Recognized as an UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997, the Master-of-Nets Garden illustrates classical Suzhou design and establishes a relationship between art and nature. The quaint residential green space, designed during the Song dynasty, includes pavilions, halls music rooms, ponds, and alluring bamboo groves all within one acre of land.

  • 4 INTERNATIONAL TRIPS TO PLAN A YEAR IN ADVANCE

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    China may be on the way back burner for your first trip post COVID-19, but this bucket-list destination famously allures travelers from around the world with its incredible springtime and UNESCO World Heritage sites.

  • Meet The Luxury Travel Expert: Caroline Klein Of Preferred Hotels And Resorts

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    From top tips on flight essentials to 2020 travel trends, Caroline opens up to luxury travel writer Ina Yulo on the reasons she loves her job and why making connections and creating experiences whilst travelling will never go out of style.

  • #SEENINSUZHOU PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP IN THE NYCSG

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    The city of Suzhou boasts UNESCO-designated classical gardens, centuries-old art forms, and traditional Chinese architecture dating back more than 2,500 years. Twenty years ago, Suzhou-based artisans designed and constructed the New York Chinese Scholar’s Garden at Snug Harbor, which showcases the delicate balance between man and nature.

  • A visual tour of Suzhou: 'the Venice of China'

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    But, if anywhere truly holds a candle to Venice, it may well be Suzhou in China. The ancient water town, west of Shanghai, is all arch bridges and wooden balconies, hanging above trickling, tinkling canals. 

  • TRAVEL PHOTOGRAPHERS AND WRITERS SHARE TOP TIPS FOR CAPTURING MOMENTS #SEENINSUZHOU

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    Dubbed “Venice of the East” by Marco Polo, Suzhou’s elegant canals, picturesque water towns, UNESCO-designated classical gardens, and traditional Chinese architecture set the scene for a photographer’s paradise.

  • Sights, Sounds and Silk

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    A visit to Suzhou in China is not complete without a tour of the Suzhou Number One Silk Mill. There, you will watch tiny worms feast on mulberry leaves and larger worms spinning their delicate silk cocoons and somehow weaves magic. 

  • THESE 6 HOTELS WANT TO RID YOU OF YOUR SLEEP ISSUES

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  • The Gardens of Suzhou

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