Visit one of the Four Major Classic Suzhou Gardens of China, the Lion Grove Garden. This garden is especially famous in Suzhou for its beautiful lion-like rock formations, pavilions, and a zigzag bridge, and it was part of the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2000. It was built in 1342 by a Buddhist monk to honor his master, who lived on Lion Cliff on Zhejiang's Tianmu Mountain. Take photos of you and your friends in the rocky labyrinth, and cross the pond through a zigzag bridge that leads to different pavilions in the area. The garden has covered corridors that allow you to enjoy the scenery all year round. Perhaps after you visit, head over to the nearby Humble Administrator's garden. This small but pristine attraction is a must-visit for tourists who want the perfect introduction to the gardens of Suzhou.