Top 10 Most Beautiful Gardens Around The World
Looking for a next spot for your vacation? These beautiful gardens can solve your purpose. So let’s go on a trip to world’s 10 most beautiful gardens:
• Versailles Garden, France
This garden was designed by Andre Le Notre for French King Louis 14th in the southwest of Paris in the 17th century at the behest of Louis XIV. The garden area which is 250 acres or 101 hectares formed the part of luxurious palace of the Sun King. The garden is filled with paths that lead to beautiful stairs, lake, flower beds, corners decorated with classical statuary. You can enjoy the fountain and beautiful sight of canal which was used by King Louis for gondola rides.
• Butchart Gardens, Canada
The Butchard garden is one of the most beautiful gardens of the world situated in British Columbia. It covers the area of 50 acres and is so beautiful that you will be amazed and stunned when you first give it a glance. This garden stays beautiful through out the year and has no down season. So you can plan your trip during any month of the year.
• Suan Nong Nooch, Thailand
“Suan” means “Garden”The garden was founded by Ms. NongNooch in 1980 who thought that this place (in Pattaya) can turn into beautiful garden. It has got amazingly beautiful landscapes and views. Thai style houses, banquet halls, swimming pools, villas make it even more beautiful. The area covered is 600 acres which has huge variety of Palm’s and Cycad’s in the world.
• Kew Gardens, London
The garden is spread over 326 acres (132 hectares) and is filled with large variety of plants. It is famous for the greenhouses and some buildings such as the Pagoda, the Temperate House (world’s largest Victorian greenhouse) and the Palm House. You must plan a whole day to see each and every bit of this garden.
• Keukenhof, Netherlands
If you love tulips then this is the best place for you. In this garden you will find tulips (read more than 7 million) everywhere along with various other varieties of flowers such as daffodils and hyacinths set in the area of 32 hectares. This is the world’s largest flower garden and is so very beautiful. There are arrangers that keep sharing some good information.
• Yuyuan Garden, China
This garden was formed 400 years ago and is a perfect example of classic Chinese garden design. It contains several rocks, trees, ponds, dragon lined walls, zigzagged bridges that part various pavilions.
• Jardim Botânico de Curitiba, Brazil
Situated in the city of Curitiba, the capital of the state of Paraná, and the biggest city in southern Brazil, this garden is attracts numerous tourists every year since 1991. You will get to see extensive gardens in the French style in the midst of fountains, lakes, waterfalls, etc. As you enter the garden, you will be welcomed by a carpet of flowers. There is a Botanic Museum that helps in the national reference collection of native flora and thus many researchers visit this garden.
• La Paz Waterfall Gardens, Alajuela, Costa Rica
This garden is known for its waterfalls. These amazing waterfalls and more than 100 species of native animals make it the best tourist place in Costa Rica. You can book your tour from San Jose to the 70-acre, privately-owned ecological reserve, located around an hour away on the edge of Volcan Poas in the Northern Plains. Plan your visit and make sure you see all the 5 waterfalls there.
• The Master-of-Nets Garden
The residential garden was developed during the Song dynasty (A.D. 960-1270). A great combo of halls, music rooms, pavilions, winsome bamboo groves and waterside. The center of the garden is just like a small world that contains piles of yellow stones form “mountains” complete with caverns, and a small arched bridge which is called the “leading to quietude” crosses a pond leading to a small pavilion in the center.
• The Garden of Cosmic Speculation, Scotland
The good news is that this garden is designed differently and is very beautiful. It is not like any other garden and has been developed keeping the considering the concept of Maths and Science. The unusual idea behind its formation makes it special. But the bad news is that this garden open only for a single day in a year. So you have to plan your trip accordingly.
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