The Chinese Garden, also known as the Garden of Friendship, was given to the people of Sydney, as a Bicentennial Gift from ... More
Chinese Garden of Friendship
The Chinese Garden, also known as the Garden of Friendship, was given to the people of Sydney, as a Bicentennial Gift from their Chinese Sister City of Guangdong. Built in 1987, it is a place of perfect serenity and an oasis of willows, bamboo, ponds and brooks. The Chinese Garden is ideal as an instant city escape. There is also a teahouse serving green tea and snacks.
Located in Kelley Park , this garden is modeled after Korakuen Park in Okayama, Japan, which is one of San
Jose's sister cities. In a very peaceful, relaxing setting, enjoy the unique bridges, ponds and pathways that exquisitely demonstrate ...
Representing two cultures of contrasting architectures, Chinese & Japanese Gardens are set on adjacent islands in Jurong Lake linked by
the Bridge of Double Beauty. The Chinese Garden is fashioned according to imperial Sung dynasty architecture with twin pagodas, ...
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