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The first authentic Ming Dynasty–style garden outside China, this small garden was built in 1986 by 52 Chinese artisans from Suzhou. Full review →
This small reproduction of a Classical Chinese scholar’s garden truly is a remarkable place, but to get the full effect, it’s best to take the guided tour (included in admission). Full review →While you’re in Chinatown, also make sure to check out the ornate China Gate on Pender Street, and the Sam Kee Building at 8 W.
A tranquil break from clamorous Chinatown, this intimate 'garden of ease' reflects Taoist principles of balance and harmony. Full review →
This haven of peace and quiet is home to a profusion of pine trees, bamboos and flowering cherry and plum trees Full review →
Exquisite courtyards and pavilions are connected by a maze of covered walkways and bridges. Full review →
The popular Chinatown destination achieves harmony through a balance of opposites. Full review →