QingHui Garden

(Qinghui Garden)

    Qinghui Garden is one of the ten famous gardens in China and one of the four famous gardens in Guangdong Province.

    Qinghui Garden was originally the mansion of Huang Shijun, the Number One Scholar in the reign of Emperor Wanli of Ming Dynasty. During the reign of Emperor Qianlong of Qing Dynasty, this garden was bought by Long Yingshi, a famous scholar at that time. Since then, the garden finalizes its style under the elaborate construction of Long clan.

    Inside the Garden, there are clear water and flourishing woods. And, water, trees, stone hills, small bridges are blended with booths and pavilions, presenting a kind of distinctive scenery. In other words, flowers, fruit trees and precious artworks are spread everywhere, all of which are integrating architecture, garden, sculpture, painting and calligraphy and gray sculpt, etc, thus mirroring features of "grand, marvelous, steep, tranquil and beautiful" in Chinese ancient gardens.