There may be a lot of Chinese classical architecture seen in China, and I always feel that there is something wrong with imitating architecture here. The buildings here are just similar in appearance, for the inner spirit, there is always a shortage of three points of heat. There are relatively more tourists here, the garden is very clean, greenery is good, and the trees are very lush. The Chinese Garden is located in the famous Rizal Park in Manila, and it feels like a Chinese garden. There is a statue of Confucius, a pavilion, a pool, and a curved bridge above the pool.
Right inside Rizal Park, close to the Japanese Garden. It was donated by the local Overseas Chinese Youth Association. There is a stone archway for the public at the door, free entry. There are northern-style gardens and a statue of Confucius. Very eye-catching. There are many tourists.
A Chinese-style garden, there are not many people