The Chinese Garden of Friendship in Darling Harbour near the centre of the bustling city of Sydney was given to Sydney in 1988 as a gift for Australia’s bicentennial. It is a tranquil, restful place with beautiful lakes holding reflections of various Chinese temples and weeping trees. There are many points of symbolism as characterises a typical Chinese garden.

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3 Responses to Photo of the Week – A Window to China (Sydney, Australia)

  • jasperjugan says:

    nice perspective, as usual. looks authentic from the mainland!

  • iWalk says:

    Yeah, I visited this garden.

    It’s typical chinese garden of south china style.

    Yeah, it’s wonderful!

  • Mark H says:

    @jasperjugan: Thank you.

    @iwalk: I think it was designed by the city of Guangzhou which is a sister city of Sydney. I assume they are in the south. It is a really peaceful and beautiful place.

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My name is Mark and I’m a keen traveller. In fact, over the last 25 years, I’ve travelled to every continent and over 80 countries. This blog is about the most memorable destinations – the places I regard as the travel wonders of the world. I’m also a keen photographer, and have taken nearly all the photos you’ll see. During my travels, I’ve met some incredible people, seen inspiring places, viewed extraordinary wildlife and scenery and had some amazing experiences, and I’m writing these stories not only to entertain but primarily to inspire others to discover their own travel wonders.
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