South China Botanical Garden
Situated at the Dragon's-Eye Cave in the northeastern suburb of Guangzhou, and 15 kilometers from downtown, the South China Botanical Garden was established in 1958 and occupies an area of 300 hectares for the purpose of developing tropical and subtropical plants. A total of 5,000 such plants are growing there.
Adding to the beauty of the entire garden is a cluster of elegant architectural structures. The botanical garden has emerged as one of the New Eight Scenes of Guangzhou, the City of Rams, and receives flocks of visitors every year.
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