Where is Shanghai’s “back garden”?

Where is Shanghai’s “back garden”? Presumably the answer in everyone’s heart is different, in my heart that must be Suzhou! Whether it is by car, high-speed rail or even subway, low cost and short drive are the first choice for travel. Whether it is a day trip or a weekend trip, Suzhou has a variety of gameplay, a hundred to go, and the four seasons are different.
🔸 Accommodation: Near the subway station, namely Pingjiang Road or Jinji, is recommended.
🔹 Travel: Suzhou has no airport, but there are four high-speed railway stations: Suzhou Railway Station, Suzhou Park Railway Station, Suzhou North Railway Station and Suzhou New District. There are also many subway lines in the city, which can direct many famous scenic spots.
🔸 Food: Mainly Su’s noodles and various kinds of pastries; Different seasons to eat is also very dainty. Spring wild vegetables, summer food, autumn smell crab, winter mutton.
📝 The following attractions are divided by region:
1⃣️ Pingjiang Road (North Section)
▪️ Humble Administrator’s Garden: the first garden in Suzhou. Individual customers plus group customers, the peak season is often popular, so it will lead to a poor experience. It is recommended to avoid tourists with a group, such as lunch to slightly better; (70 yuan)
▪️ Lion Forest: There are many stone peaks in the park, which resemble lions and get its name; (40 yuan)
▪️ Suzhou Museum: The weekend is super difficult to make an appointment, be sure to make an appointment in advance, it is recommended to invite a guide to experience better; Visit the Royal Palace at the exit (free)
▪️ Garden Museum: If you don’t have time to go to the major gardens in Suzhou, you can come here. It is perfect if you happen to catch the volunteer to explain; (Free)
▪️ Beita Bao ‘en Temple: Every time I come out of Beita subway station, I will go in and look around. It’s downtown, but it’s quiet. The statue of Maitreya Buddha faces kindness, and if you come in the afternoon, you will see the locals walking around the bottom of the tower. There is also a plum garden in the temple. It is a good time to go there. (Free)
▪️ Suzhou Silk Museum: Opposite Beita Temple, I still remember the art scene at the entrance of the museum. It looks like silk and falls vertically on the pool. (Free)

2⃣️ Pingjiang Road (South Section)
▪️ Couyuan: It is close to the Outer City River, so it has a north-south wharf, which has become a feature of it. There is a room in the park dedicated to Pingtan performance, interested friends can pay to enjoy; (20 yuan)
▪️ China Kunqu Opera Museum: The ancient stage in the museum is worth seeing, especially the exquisite and beautiful dome; Walking among them, you can also hear uncle and aunt Wu Nong soft-spoken Kunqu singing, the white wall is also printed with “Peony Pavilion” famous verses; (Free)
▪️ Suzhou Zhuangyuan Museum: a small museum, not passing by and not specially going to see. Like the side door, for the champion interested can go oh; (Free)
▪️ Suzhou City Wall Museum: Located in the Xiangmen section of Suzhou ancient City Wall, you can have an in-depth understanding of the rise and fall of Suzhou ancient City Wall. The city wall can be boarded, and the newly opened Renhengcang Street on the side is also very easy to visit; (Free)

3⃣️ Dinghuisi Lane
▪️ Dinghui Temple: The temple is not big, but the incense is flourishing. Most of the temple is mainly inhabited by the surrounding residents, and there are not many tourists; (Free)
▪️ Arhats Double Pagoda Courtyard: The courtyard is not big, each brick and each carving hides a historical story. Not only that, there are also hidden twin towers, stupas and pagodas of merit. It is also surrounded by stone carvings and corridors of steles from various dynasties; (8 yuan)
▪️ Wu Zuoren Art Museum: Many of Mr. Wu Zuoren’s paintings are displayed. There is a window on the 1st and 2nd floors of the museum, where you can take a good view of the twin towers outside the museum; (Free)
▪️ Twin Tower Market: a non-traditional wet market, in fact, it is more focused on food. There are many people who come and go often, mostly young people;