Super hot day visiting the gardens. It's really nice and peaceful. We bought food at the shops before getting to the gardens but the problem is there are signs everywhere stating you can't eat/drink there.
There was a vegetarian restaurant and cafe there. The staff were quite stern with us and said we can't eat outside, and the food you eat in their shops must be vegetarian because it was sacred ground I guess. It was a bit annoying because we had to hide the fact we were eating.
Anyways, nice garden, just be prepared food/drink wise before you visit
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