The 7-stories pagoda is situated on a small hill in the Chinese Garden, and the design follows the style of Ling Ku Temple Pagoda at Nanjing, China. It is cool and windy once you go up, and one can enjoy the surrounding scenery and probably the best site of Chines garden (for me).
Chinese Garden was built in 1975 and garden design was by a well-known architect from Taiwan, and the concept is based on Chinese gardening art. It is located next to Chinese Garden train Station.
The Garden provide a peaceful atmosphere to visitors who go there for either walk or jog or enjoy the landscaped grounds. It is famous for almost all amateur and professional photographers who love nature photography. Probably the most beautiful place for wedding photography by the bridges and pagodas. Not only that, family photography or picnic should also be considered since it is the most quiet, decent and beautiful place in Singapore.
With maximum effort, years of planning and cultivation, Singapore has became well known as Garden City. There are are several gardens and parks and some of these include Singapore Botanic Garden, Chinese Garden, Japanese Garden, Forth Canning Park, East Coast Park, Bishan Park, Telok Blangah Park and Pulau Ubin Recreation Area.
One of the fundamental aspects of Garden City concept is the road side landscaping or greenery. As Singapore progress, there is a danger of losing landscapes and thus landscape maintenance and landscape design are becoming critical in building the Garden City.