Tourism
  Suzhou is a city on the lower reaches of the Yangtze River and on the shores of Lake Taihu in the province of Jiangsu, China. The city is renowned for its beautiful stone bridges, pagodas, temples, lakes and meticulously designed classical gardens which have contributed to its status as a great tourist attraction. Each year, millions of tourists travel in Suzhou and bring back with memorable experiences. Some of the most popular tourist attractions include:
 
The Humble Administrator's Garden ( Zhuozheng Yuan )

The Humble Administrator's Garden (Zhuozhengyuan) is the most famous of the south-eastern gardens; the very best of the East Wu Kingdom, and one of four great Chinese gardens - a classical Suzhou garden. The Humble Administrator's Garden is situated in Dongbei Street, Inner Dongbei Loumen, in the old city area of Suzhou, occupying 4.1 hectares.
 

Master-of-Nets Garden ( Wangshi Yuan )

The Master-of-Nets Garden (Wangshiyuan) is among the finest gardens in China. The garden is recognized with other classical Chinese gardens in Suzhou as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. It demonstrates the adept skills of Chinese garden designer for synthesizing art, nature, and architecture to create unique metaphysical masterpieces.
 

Lion Grove ( Shizilin )

Lion Grove (Shizilin) is located at 23 Yuanlin Road, in the northeast of Suzhou. It is one of the four most famous and representative classical gardens in Suzhou (the other three being the Surging Wave Pavilion, Lingering Garden and Humble Administrator Garden).
 

Lingering Garden ( Liu Yuan )

The Lingering Garden (Liuyuan)located outside Changmen Gate in Suzhou City is one of the four renowned gardens in Suzhou. "Wufeng Xianguan" of the garden is also called "Nanmu Hall" in which there are different kinds of rarely seen furnishings made of nanmu.
 

Hanshan Temple ( Hanshan Si )

Hanshan Temple (Hanshansi) is a Buddhist temple in Suzhou, China. It is located at the town of Fengqiao, about 5 kilometres to the west of the ancient city area of Suzhou. Hanshan Temple was first established in the Liang Dynasty. Through the years, the temple had undergone several rounds of destruction and restoration. The existing one is a late-Qing architecture, which keeps much of the original style.
 

Zhouzhuang

Zhouzhuang, a famous water town in southern China, is located in Kunshan City, Jiangsu Province. Because Zhouzhuang is surrounded by water, boats were necessary for entering and departing from Zhouzhuang before the 1980s. Before the Jishuigang Bridge was built in May 1989, land transportation was not available. Due to an undeveloped transportation network, the ancient culture and historical sites of Zhouzhuang were well-preserved after more than 900 years. This beautiful small town has become the model of China's water towns.