The largest South Asian Tropical Botanical Garden in the world, the reasons for this are: Antarctic and Arctic plants are hidden in the alpine and subalpine plant world, and the distant land is known as the "World Exposition of Wonder Tree" and "South China Emerald". All kinds of flowers bloom in season! The main attractions in the park are recommended: Longdong Yulin, Mulan Garden, Palm Garden, Jiangyuan "first village" Fei'erling Neolithic ruins are also worth seeing! Tour information opening time 07:30-17:30 (Monday, January 1-December 31-Sunday) Ticket package: 50 RMB; Big Tickets: 20 RMB; Address: No. 1190 Tianyuan Road, Tianhe District, Guangzhou Traffic: Bus: B12, 28, 30, 39, 84, 535, 534, 564 bus directly (Get off at South China Botanical Garden Station); Metro: Line 6 South China Botanical Garden Station Exit A 200 meters walk tour time: 2-4 hours small tips: Concern with the official micro-signal of South China Botanical Garden!
Various picking activities have been carried out one after another. One kind of yellow flowers is particularly beautiful and there are many people on weekends. Worth visiting
Tickets are 10 yuan. There is a large lotus pond in the courtyard. The garden also planted various colors of beautiful tulips, lavender, etc. There is also a barbecue area, a restaurant, and a large area of vegetable and fruit trees near the botanical garden. Milk green dates, dragon fruit, strawberries, etc...
The South Subtropical Botanical Garden is a popular science education base for plants.
It feels okay to go there once, although it is not as good as expected, it is considered worthy of the fare, and it is considered a go. I thought that there should be something pretty good at Zhanjiang's location. I went there on a special trip. I was so disappointed. There is only a small garden of more than 1,000 square meters, which can be seen in about an hour. The rest are chargeable strawberry gardens and dinosaur gardens. Please don't call this type of botanical garden, it is N levels behind the South China Botanical Garden in Guangzhou.
In the late autumn season, the forests are all dyed, red, golden, yellow, and green, gradually transitioning, beautiful!
Preston_Dominguez: Mazhang, Zhanjiang, China
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Golden Deer Garden,Aquatic Organisms Museum of Guangdong Ocean University,Nanyaredai Botanical Garden,Leiqiong Global Geopark of China,