Chinese and Japanese Gardens, Singapore
Categories: Gardens, Nature & Parks
Built in the Chinese Imperial style, Chinese and Japanese Gardens offers more than just colorful plants and landscapes. The attraction includes a pavilion, tea house, and museum. Step under pagodas, stroll across bridges, and view architecture modeled after that of the Sung dynasty at these 13.5 hectare (more than 33 acre) gardens. Professor Yuen Chen Yu designed these gardens in 1975 and they have since been enjoyed by the public. Take a walk through the Bonsai Garden, stop by during a festival, or bring your kids to the Live Turtle and Tortoise Museum housed on site. Arrange your visit to Chinese and Japanese Gardens and discover more family-friendly attractions in Singapore using our Singapore trip builder.
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Nice relax garden, well maintained, good for jogging, famous around localities, Not must see place. Your here for long time , then you can try visiting it.
No regrets with the gargens - both are really well maintained. However, its not a must see; you can skip these if you are short on time in Singapore.
Taman Jepangnya tidak begitu istimewa tapi taman china.nya lumayan unik terdapat beberapa bangunan pagoda dan patung patung pahlawan china
Quaint and peaceful setting with so much greenery and fresh air. Get to the top of the pagoda for a sweeping view. There are many interesting exhibits like the Confucius statue as well. The place is linked to the Japanese Gardens by a bridge. Recently became very popular as a Pokemon Go hangout given the numerous pokestops and lures.
nice well cared or garden. I like the Chinese Zodiac statues and benches. Be sure to find your sign and get a picture beside it. Very calm setting, and a nice place to relax for the price of a taxi ticket, or walk there. Bamboo and koi pond as well.
I have been living in Jurong area for the last decade had rarely visit the place until recently years. It's such a nice place for the westerners.Great place for evening jog and walk. Hope that the government will.not over commercialise the beautiful place.
This is a perfect location to relax and escape the frenetic pace in the Central Area, while also having something nice to do. Symbolic mythical belief of Chinese Gardens Temple's lions guarding its gates, Statues of these proud creatures have traditionally stood in front of imperial palaces back in China to protect the Royal Families. The architecture and landscape of the park was designed in 1975 by a Taiwanese architect, Yuen-chen Yu, and is influenced by a an imperial, northern Chinese style.
Chinese and Japanese gardens are a vastly underrated attractions in Singapore. With so much of entertainment available through Malls and Theme parks, Chinese garden is generally given a miss by busy tourists. It is a shame, because this beautifully landscaped garden is a real treat for nature lovers. The views from the top of the Pagoda are beautiful and gives a birds eye view of this large garden. The Japanese garden is much more minimalistic, but has a charm of its own.
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