LIU YUAN (LINGERING GARDEN)
Liu Yuan (Lingering Garden)
Spread over a massive area of 23,300 square meters, the 400-years-old Liu Yuan (Lingering Garden) is located in the Jiangsu Province of China. This UNESCO heritage site is a well-preserved garden from the Qing Dynasty and was originally meant for private use. It is a wonderful example of ancient architectural splendor, especially the Celestial Hall of Five Peaks. The garden also has magnificent natural beauty because of its surroundings. The Ming Dynasty rockery too has added a touch of class to the Garden. The best time to visit is in the autumn season when the maple leaves turn a brilliant red. The Garden has inspired countless photographers and artists for centuries.