Located in Liantang, Luohu District, Shenzhen Fairy Lake Botanical Garden is a scenic spot focusing on tourism supplemented by scientific research and science popularization. The garden with an area of 590 hectares was begun to build in 1982, and opened to the public on May 1,1988. The garden is made up of five scenic spots: the world in Heaven, the Heavenly Pond, the lake Area, the Temple Area, the Desert Area, and the Pine Trees, Cypresses and Azalea Area. It has garden sites of the Heaven in Cave, the Labyrinth, the Heavenly Pond, the Lutingxiangdu, the Fairy Ferry, the Jade-belt Bridge, the Joy Valley, the Camping Site, the Longdun Pagoda, the Tingtao Pavilion and the Lansheng Pavilion. It also has botanical gardens of Palm Tree, Bamboo, Desert Plants, Fruit Trees, Water Plants, Gymnosperm, International Sago Cycas Preservation Center, Potted-landscape, and Rare Species Plants. Over 3,000 kinds of plants and the largest fossil forest in the world are kept here. The Palm Tree Garden illustrates the subtropical scenes with lawn sand palm trees. In the Indoor Plants Area, there are species of the Insect catching Grass, and the Dancing Orchid. In the morning, the Green World is solemn with the ringing bells and chanting from the Hongfa Temple; and it is picturesque with rippling waters and reflections of trees and pavilions on the lake.
The palm area takes on a look of typical tropic scenery with green grass, dotted with coco trees and sunflowers. In the ornamental plants area, the insectivorous plants are waiting for games with great attention, and the charming flowers of dancing orchids look like the graceful dancing steps of maids of honor. In the fossil woods, agate fossils erect proudly and billions of years cannot remove circles of the annual rings and layers of grains, which seem to tell the endless ups and downs.
Buses: No.220, 218
Mini Bus: 468
Taxi: it depends on situation from the railway station
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