Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden
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A living museum in the form of a classical Ming-dynasty Chinese garden. An arts/cultural hub in the heart of Chinatown. Guided tours, hot tea, koi fish, art exhibits, education programs, festivals, and more. Est. 1986. Do you know everything in this Garden is shipped from China, even the pebbles?
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Right in the heart of Vancouver’s Chinatown, the Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden and adjacent Sun Yat-Sen Park are the perfect urban oasis. The stunning Garden is an authentic representation of Ming Dynasty-era tradition and the first of its kind outside China. Be enchanted by the Garden's…
Beautiful garden set near China town. Delicious options for food around there as well. Highly recommend taking the time to visit.
Located in the heart of Chinatown, this home garden offers serenity, history and great chi. Modeled after private gardens in the city of Suzhou, China, the Garden embodies the Taoist philosophy of yin and yang, where every element-light, texture, vegetation - is balanced and symbolic. The…
Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden is the first classical Chinese Garden in all of Canada! It is the perfect place to visit year-round, with covered walkways and beautiful pavilions protecting you from Vancouver’s famous rainforest conditions.
Enjoy a peaceful walk through the first Chinese or "scholars" garden built outside of China. This traditional classic Chinese garden was named in honour of leader of the Chinese Nationalist Party, known as the father of modern China. Influential in overthrowing the Qing dynasty (1911/12).
Enjoy a peaceful walk through the first Chinese or "scholars" garden, built outside of China. This traditional Chinese garden was named in honour or leader of the Chinese Nationalist Party, known as the father of modern China. Influential in overthrowing the Qing dynasty (1911/12).
Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden is filled with objects and stories including life in Ming dynasty China (1368-1644), immigration to BC, festivals and holidays, inventions and mythical creatures.
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