We stopped at the garden on a Saturday afternoon . It was pleasant and crowded. I would recommend definitely going early in the morning to possibly avoid the crowds. The flowers and foliage are pretty here, but even more beautiful is the contrast between the greenish water and the stonework. The gardens are free, and don’t take very long. The waterfall was by far my favorite thing to see. There were a few areas where the vegetation died but there were flowers sprinkled around, which was pretty. They have a nice restaurant and snack shop if you haven't had a chance to grab a bite before coming. It's a lovely, short stroll through gorgeous gardens and plenty of photo ops with the vibrant lush green colors and water feature. There is an observation spot where you can see the city skyline - a nice surprise! Overall, this was short and pleasant day for me!
Japanese Tea Gardens – I loved gazing at the skyline, waterfalls and enjoyed the lush gree
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