Built in the early Qing Dynasty, Tangan Garden is a Shuikou garden in the east of Tangmo Village. It covers an area of more than ten acres. It is not only a product of Fengshui culture, but also a concentrated expression of the essence of Confucian culture. The three pools in the park are connected, and there are beautiful scenery such as Baidi and Yudai Bridge.
"Kankan cut the sand, the river is dry, the river is clear and rippled." This is a verse in the "Book of Songs · cut sand". There is a "Tangan Garden" at the entrance of Tangmo Village, which is said to be named after its meaning. This "Tangan Garden", also known as "Little West Lake", is at the entrance of Tang Mo's village. Tangmo Village is known for its ancient buildings and rural scenery. It was created by the great-great-grandfather of the great-grandfather of the Yue Kingdom Wang Hua in the Tang Dynasty. In 923 AD, Wang Sili, a descendant of Wang Hua, moved back to his hometown and planted a large area of lush ginkgo trees in Taishe Shuju, and led his children and grandchildren to move there, forming a village inhabited by ethnic groups. The descendants of the Wang family did not forget the grace of the Tang Dynasty to their ancestor Wang Hua, and decided to establish a village on the scale of its prime, named "Tang Mo". Tang Mo is famous for its thousand-year-old gingko flourishing, the filial piety of building the "West Lake", the beauty of the flowing water in the middle street, the beauty of the "ten bridges and nine appearances", the elegance of famous inscriptions, and the reputation of compatriots in the Hanlin.