10 Most beautiful gardens of the world

You go there to relax, you go there to unwind, you go there to feel closer to nature for a while, for a picnic with family or to take in the fragrance of flowers once in a while, Gardens are so beautiful so refreshing, a little heaven in the heart of city’s, a piece of land where there’s no chaos and which is always green. 
 
In this article we presents to you a list of the best Gardens in the world . 
 
1. Singapore Botanic Gardens
 
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Singapore Botanic Gardens offers a real taste of the tropics, with collections of economic plants, gingers and spices set in a charming colonial era landscape dating back to its founding as a leisure garden and public park (where the locals can be observed doing tai chi in quieter areas). The vibrant National Orchid Garden is high on the list of attractions, and among other rich ornamental plantings there is a remarkable collection of colourful bromeliads. As an antidote to all this colour, the garden still preserves a piece of Singapore’s original rain forest.
 
2. Kenrokuen, Kanazawa, Japan
 
In designing their works, Japanese gardeners seek to create an ideal landscape within a particular space. Kenrokuen in Kanazawa is considered to be one of the finest examples of Japanese gardens, built over the course of 200 years starting in the mid-17th century. In fact, it is one of the Three Great Gardens of Japan, along with Korakuen in Okayama and Kairakuen in Mito.
 
3. Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden, Pattaya, Thailand
 
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Nongnooch garden is a very popular tourist attraction with an area of over 1, 700 rai welcoming tourists from all over the world. More than 5,000 people visit each day and the garden has also been recognised as one of the top ten most beautiful gardens in the world 
 
4. Kew Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, United Kingdom
 
More than just a scenic greenspace, Kew is an internationally renowned research institution, employing hundreds of scientists and researchers. The gardens are home to more than 40,000 species of plants, as well as dozens of historic buildings, including the Victorian-era Palm House
 
5. Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, New York
 
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It’s not often you find a 52-acre garden in the heart of a major metropolis. But that’s exactly what you’ll find in New York, thanks to the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. The garden is known for its 200 cherry trees, which take center stage during a month-long blossom festival.
 
 
6. Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, Cape Town, South Africa
 
Established in 1913, the grand Kirstenbosch sits on the slopes of Table Mountain and is dedicated to preserving South African flora. While the garden comprises nearly 90 acres itself, it is part of a 1,300-acre nature reserve.
 
7. Villa d’Este, Tivoli, Italy
 
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This 16th-century villa, whose main building is also a marvel, is home to an incredible garden that has 51 fountains. Considering each runs on gravity alone, that’s a pretty impressive feat. The terraced landscape was the inspiration for many European gardens to follow.
 
8. Summer Palace, Beijing, China
 
A combination of historic pavilions, temples, bridges, and a hilly natural landscape, the Summer Palace was deemed a “masterpiece of Chinese landscape garden design” by UNESCO, which designated it a World Heritage Site in 1998.
 
9. Keukenhof, Lisse, Netherlands 
 
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Covering nearly 80 acres, Keukenhof is one of the largest flower gardens in the world. And with all that land comes a lot of bulbs—about 7 million are planted each year for a spectacular spring blossom (the garden is only open between March and May). You’ll find plenty of tulips, which the country is known for.
 
10. Shalimar Garden, Lahore 
 
This royal garden in the city of Lahore is the culmination of four centuries of careful maintenance. The traditional layout has been preserved: a high brick wall encloses three terraced gardens, linked by a series of fountains and pools. Once you pass through the entrance, you’ll be transported into a serene oasis with cool, polished marble, intricate stone pavilions, and pathways shaded by chinar, gulmohar, and cypress trees. It’s a perfect spot for a romantic picnic—the name shalimar, after all, is Sanskrit for “abode of love.”
 
Walking through these beautiful gardens Lubuzine has mentioned in this article  is undoubtedly a special feeling. You will lose yourself in the beauty of nature when you care surrounded by flowers. It will add a sense of beauty and calm serenity to your life, and these also make for amazing pictures. Do let us know your feedback through comments. 

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