Liuyuan Garden, located in Suzhou, China, has been listed as a 4-AAAA national tourist attraction and a World Cultural Heritage site.
The name, Liuyuan, means "lingering in the world." The garden was constructed in the Jiajing period of the Ming Dynasty in the mid 1500s. It covers about 6 acres. There are basically four parts to the garden: A picturesque central part, known for its streams and rockeries, an eastern part known for its courtyards and buildings, a northern pastoral section, and a western part that features woods and large trees.
The garden is open year-round from 7:30 AM to 7:30 PM. Admission varies depending on what season you visit. High season, March 1 - May 31 and September 1 - November 30, is 20 yuan. The rest of the time is considered low season. Cost for admission then is 15 yuan.