Route: Boarding-Lingering Garden(One of the Four most famous Gardens, World Heritage) -Grand Canal-Old City Gate-Silk Factory-Lunch-Zhou Zhuang Water Village-Rowing Boat-Back
The Lingering Garden: is one of the four classical gardens in Suzhou City. In the Jianing reign of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), an official named Xu Jiongqing from the Taipu Temple built two gardens here: one in the east and the other in the west. The one in the east is the predecessor of today's Lingering Garden.
Zhouzhuang : is China's oldest water town. It is the Venice of China (a description given to a number of towns). Be warned that there are a lot of tourists (although predominantly from China), which means high prices and lots of people hustling you to buy things. On holidays and weekends the old town will be so packed that it is difficult to move around. This aside it's worth the visit.
English-Chinese Speaking Guide,
Note: **2-7years half，Infant Free**