GARDEN OF THE MASTER OF NETS
Garden of the Master of Nets
The history of this beautiful garden dates back to 12th century when it was designed for an official of the Southern Song Dynasty. In the 17th century, an official that bought it to restore it was frustrated with bureaucracy and wished to become a fisherman. He named the attraction “Wang Shi Yuan”, which means fisherman’s garden.
Garden of the Master of Nets has three areas – central garden, inner garden, and a residential section. Aside from fascinating plants and flowers, you can also enjoy other highlights, including the Pavilion of the Moon and Wind, Music Pavilion, and the Barrier of Clouds Wall and Terrace.