Rather than garden, I prefer to categorize KRC as forest. They indeed have gardens in some corners such as sakura garden, titan arum garden, lichen garden, fern garden, etc... but not that significant. What KRC offers the most is open grass field which is stunning due to its hilly contour, and old, big trees where people camp under. The temperature is around 18-24 degrees, even under direct sunlight you will still feel refreshing breeze. If you are lucky (or unlucky, depending how you feel about animals) you can meet wild gray monkeys. Be careful, sometimes they are too curious about what you eat or what to bring, and they will try to steal one.
KRC is perfect for group or family with children, they can play ball or ride horses. They also provide basic facility such as booth selling snacks or drinks, toilets, parking space, rubbish bin, etc. In peak season, there are women offering mat for rent if you forget to bring one. Sadly, some idiotic still threw away plastic/Styrofoam trash, cigarettes, candy or snack wrap wherever their stupid head want, which made this forest a bit dirty in some places. But overall, KRC is still a very beautiful place and worth a visit.
More than 20 years ago when the first time I visited KRC, it was much colder, quieter, and basically had almost nothing but forest. But now, I think they have been doing some development so they now they have access for cars to explore the forest. I think it's good, but in the other hand I hope they will keep the natural touch of this amazing forest.
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