Located on the northern edge of the lake, the Cultural Corridor leads visitors from the Ge Garden and Mountain House of Sliced Stone to the Peony Garden, the Five-Pavilion Terrace, and the footpath around the lake. The outer side of the corridor is partially enclosed by stone tablets that are engraved with ancient Chinese poems written in different styles of calligraphy. The inner wall of the Cultural Corridor is open to the elements.
Floating Fragrance Hall
Sitting at the highest point in the China Garden, the Floating Fragrance Hall provides an unobstructed view of the entire garden and surrounding area. A feature in the Humble Administrator’s Garden in Suzhou, Jiangsu province of China, the Floating Fragrance Hall, adjacent to lotuses in the lake, signifies Chinese people’s pursuit of integrity among arduous times for thousands of years.