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A lovely place to regain some inner peace and admire the gorgeous gardens. Full review →
Stroll through the Pearl District and Old Town Chinatown to reach Lan Su Chinese Garden, a pristinely preened Japanese garden built in 1999 by denizens of Portland’s sister city of Suzhou, China. Full review →
It's the largest Suzhou-style garden outside China, with a large lake, bridged and covered walkways, koi- and water lily–filled ponds... waterfalls, and courtyards. Full review →
This classically styled Chinese garden takes up an entire city block and is the largest of its type outside of China. Full review →Be sure to stop and have a cup of tea and maybe a snack in the garden's tearoom.
This classical chinese garden is a one-block haven of tranquillity, reflecting ponds and manicured greenery. Guided tours are available with admission. Full review →
One of just two such gardens in North America (the other is in Vancouver, British Columbia), this 2000 addition to Portland's small international district is a highly stylized retreat... Full review →
Kind of like China! (Except without the smog and communism...). Full review →
Plenty of passersby walk by this tranquil sanctuary... without even noticing it’s there; one doesn’t expect to find a garden amid the concrete and bustle of Old Town. Full review →