Suzhou is the capital of China’s Jiangsu Province, a city west of Shanghai. It is famous for the city’s canals and classical Chinese gardens. Suzhou gardens are representative of a culture of seclusion and have their own unique atmosphere. The furnishings and scenery in the gardens also have their own expression of ideas
Because the Chinese garden is a naturalistic landscape garden, the rockery in the garden is an important element. The main purpose is to use the original terrain and make appropriate modifications. Although it is completed by artificial carving, it needs to be high and low in accordance with the law of nature.
And water is also the soul of the garden, the layout of water is also very delicate, many times at the beginning of the construction of the garden, first determine the layout of the water body, and then the design of other landscapes as a match.
If talk about the food in Suzhou, the most attractive one is the crab noodles. And in Suzhou food culture, crab noodles are always served with some traditional dishes, which are very delicious!
Qinghai is a province that is not that well known in China. But there are many amazing natural landscapes here. There is the largest inland saltwater lake in China, Qinghai Lake. The ecology of Qinghai is very diverse, with wetlands, deserts, and the famous Yarden landforms.
I went to Qinghai last year with a friend on a driving tour. We drove along with the province, but because it was the summer rainy season, the roads were washed out in some spots, so there were a lot of regrets.
Because of the overall high altitude of Qinghai, crops are mainly wheat and potatoes. Meat is mainly beef and lamb, with a heavy flavor that combines the characteristics of Chinese Hui and Tibetan cuisines.
Zhangjiajie Forest Park is located in Hunan Province, China. My experience in Zhangjiajie was particularly great. There are many nature reserves here, and for a nature lover, it’s a paradise.