A must see if your downtown. The layout of the garden and ponds is incredible. While we were there we got great family photos with the amazing ponds and Japanese trees in the background.
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Beautiful everywhere you look. Bring your camera for great shots with or without ponds, pagodas, or lush foliage as your backdrop. Guided tours, cooking demonstrations, live music, and tea available if you plan ahead. Gardenia and jasmine were in full bloom during our visit, their...More
One square block of Portland has been amazingly transformed into a lush, authentic Chinese sanctuary. When you are in the garden, it is as though you have been transported far away from Portland into another world of quiet, contemplative beauty. The cost is very reasonable....More
This was one of the highlights of our trip! When entering, we were given a booklet that offered insights and suggestions on viewing the vignettes. We benefitted greatly from the use of this booklet and would encourage any who want to maximize the experience to...More
The perfect design of a Chinese garden is to present a new view each time you turn a corner. Our garden does with, no matter the season. So come any time of the year and see nature and art blended with style.
After touring the Sat. Market this was a much needed relaxation zone. Worth the admission price to enter tranquility, sit on a bench and watch the fish swim in the pond. The walking path construction was unique and soothing.
Someone working at a nearby Retail establishment said we 'had' to visit here and we did. What a gem!!! An absolutely beautiful oasis in a pretty hectic area. Loved it and glad we visited!
A beautiful oasis of peace and tranquility. Come and be transformed in this incredible garden. Well maintained and loved by the staff and volunteers that care for this city block sized magical place in downtown Portland.
Went there on memorial day weekend and we lucked out for a tour. The guide was very knowledgeable about Chinese culture and gardening. They had cultural activities at the time of our visit which was addorable. Also try the tea house on site for some...More
We came off a busy 8 days of touring Washington and Oregon and wanted something a little less intense. On the recommendation of a friend, we chose this beautiful garden. We arrived 15 minutes before the hour and walked around a bit before the tour...More