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Park · Long-standing Classics · Rest & Rejuvenate · Ultimate Tourist · Take a Taxi · Local Treasure · Family-Friendly · Conveniently Located · Famous · Photo Spot · Relax & Chill · Handicap-Friendly · Pet-Friendly · Such a Steal
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469 Zoshicho, Nara Prefecture, Japan
2 years ago
Kon'nichiwa! Welcome to the land of free roaming Bambi’s, Nara. With eight Unesco World Heritage Sites and some of the country’s most notable cultural landmarks, this compact and scenic city never runs out of features when it comes to places of interest. Nara’s park, full of calm ponds and small trees, is where the greater number of the city’s semi-wild deer roam free. Once respected as gods’ messengers, these enchanting animals bow to tourists as an implied gesture of asking to be fed, which usually turns out to be successful. If you want to get a closer look and bond with them, you can buy special shika senbei (deer crackers) from any of the nearby shops. Be warned: when they see you holding some crackers, they will come running! You may also want to check your clothes as they will do just about anything to get a hold of that cracker, even that means biting and pulling your picture-ready trench coat. At the end, it’s another fulfilling and cold day that warms your heart with great memories and remarkable views.
6 months ago
Surrounded by high-rise buildings in Diamond Hills, the Nan Lian Garden truly speaks of “the breathing space”. What sets Nan Lian Garden apart from other parks is its perfect arrangement of greeneries, ponds, and benches that allow for greater appreciation of the space. It presents a magnificent fusion of Tang-dynasty and modern architecture that is most appreciated through its one-way circular route that lets you enjoy a full experience of the place in one go. The Nan Lian Garden is a place that is brilliant for travelers who want a mesmerizing and laidback experience of Hong Kong.
7 months ago
Another escape from the hustle and bustle from the city, to take in what nature has to offer! I love the colorful plants and trees that surround the place, it feels just like you're abroad.
7 months ago
Singapore is a very beautiful city, but sometimes the locals need a break from the hustle and bustle of city-life. Where do they go? Singapore has a lot of pretty and well-maintained parks but the Southern Ridges is worth a special mention! Escape from the city with this 10km of green space, a pocket in-between skyscrapers and high-density housing. Get lost in the elevated bridges and look beneath the greeneries as you stroll.
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