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Li Garden

This is a national AAAA scenic spot that takes its name from Lihu Lake. History recalls that, during the Spring and Autumn Period (770-476 BC), Fan Li, a minister of the Yue State, helped the King of Yue conquer Wu State, and he took his wife, Xi Shi, to this lake to live a secluded life.

The garden covers 5.2 hectares of land, with water area covering 2.2. It consists of a manmade hill in the middle, a riverside causeway and the Siji Pavilion to the west, a long corridor, the Huxin Pavilion and Shadow of Waves area to the east. It is the most marvelous spot in the Lihu Lake Scenic Area and attracts many visitors with its scenery, willow dike, lakeside corridors, bridge, and pavilion, like a fabulous painting.

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