Surging Waves Pavilion

The Surging Waves Pavilion (Canglang Pavilion), covering an area of 10,656 square meters, is the oldest of the Suzhou gardens that can be traced back to the Northern Song Dynasty. Unlike other gardens, Surging Waves Pavilion emphasizes the harmony between man made buildings and the natural environment. Walking along the corridors that follows a path alongside the unique stone formations and strategically planted ancient trees, it seems walking in a primitive forest. The architectures that have been built in the garden are simply and classically designed which present a Qing Dynasty style.

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