This is a lovely park, this place does not want to be a common tourist destination, but it is worth visiting. The environment is elegant and delicate. Note: It is very convenient to go there by bus. It is a place I look forward to very much. Coming here, I feel the exhaustion of the journey has been swept away, and it is very worthwhile.
This was an important stop in my Vancouver Cherry Appreciation Program, but it didn't go until the last day. The cherry trees here make me amazing and unforgettable. I spent half a day here and had lunch. When I went, I saw a lot of people with long guns and short guns ready to leave. There are many commendable designs and devices in the doorway, especially inserting flowering specimens underneath, marking the location of the plants, and seeing children running happily inside (there are facilities for young children in the lawn), gardeners planting, and employees driving battery cars patrolling. Douglas signed the cherry blossom introductory book he wanted to buy at the Visitors'Center (also the gate).
As planned, we will drive downtown this afternoon to visit the famous Vancouver Van Durson Botanical Garden. The Fandusen Botanical Garden, which started construction in 1971, was completed and opened to the public on August 30, 1975. It covers an area of 25 hectares and collects plants from all over the world. Because of today's free opening, there are many visitors in the park. Mandarin, Cantonese and Minnan dialects are constantly ringing in our ears. Looking around, at least 90 [%] of them are Chinese. Haha, is this Vancouver, Canada? It's all in China.
This is a place I have been going to since I was a kid! I absolutely love a trip to VanDusen Botanical Garden, where you can easily get lost in time and end up spending an entire day just admiring the beauty here! Transport yourself from the city (within the city) to an incredibly peaceful oasis the moment you step foot at the gardens. Located just south of Downtown Vancouver, the gardens can be reached easily by car or transit, making for a great way to spend an afternoon. The hedge maze here is one of my favourite parts, so be sure to get lost and have fun finding yourself (and your companion) again. Photographer's, be sure to bring all your DSLR! You might also get lucky and find an event, like a wedding or Super Luxury Racecars, happening on the grounds during the summer months.
This Garden is big enough to spend hours in. Wandering the paths of VanDusen you can easily escape the business of the world. Each area is meticulously kept and exotic plant species can be found throughout the space. Look out for the little "plant name tags" on the edge of the beautifully landscaped areas to find out what type and where each plant is from. There is a hedge maze in the gardens as well. Don't worry though, it's simple enough that even children can escape from it. The gardens often have special events running each season. The Christmas lights during the winter are something that should not be missed. Families with children will find this is a great place to bring the kids.