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  1. Oh Japan and their garden’s. For what shortage of space they have, the gardens certainly make up for it. The gardens are known worldwide for their beauty and are used by the Japanese for everything from weddings, to exercise. They hold family gatherings and many other events. This country has used its limited space to their advantage.

  2. I am passionate about using travel with gardens and special interest places that are derived from the regions natural resources. Our travel agency, have often considered some tours to the interesting gardens in and around Thailand. I just have little time presently to explore it further.

  3. This is not unlike the park lands of the Australian retreat “Monsalvat” or the Monet’s Garden in France. All of which are hauntingly beautiful at any time of the year. These gardens are visited by many guest and include special locations for weddings and celebrations. Monsalvet also boasts an artist retreat and fantast venue for music festivals, retreats for the recluse and a wonderful array of animals.

  4. Wow, that places looks beautiful. It must be so peaceful and I like the fact that it changes each season. I bet it would be so nice to walk around there for hours and I would love to feed the koi.

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  5. I think Australia’s Noumea park is very beautiful apart of this. The most beautiful park is Noumea in New Caledonia. New Caledonia is a major tourist attraction and New Caledonia tourism is increases every year. City of Noumea is situated on the island of Grande Terre. City of Noumea is situated on a peninsula on the south island of New Caledonia Main, Grande Terre. It is the home, most of the peoples of Europe, Polynesia, Indonesia and Vietnam island, as well as many Ni Vanuatu Melanesian Kanak and works for one of the countries, cities in the South Pacific. City is located in protected deep water port, which is the main gate, and New Caledonia.
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