Photographer's Note

The South China Botanical Garden is located about 8 kilometers (about 5 miles) to the north of Guangzhou city and covers 4,500 mu (about 741 acres). Initially built in 1929, it is the oldest and largest South Asian tropical botanical garden in China. It is also the botanical garden containing the most species in China, thus reputed as 'Tropical and Sub-tropical Botanic Museum'.
'Long Dong Magic Forest' is one of the most representative sites inside and was chosen as one of 'Eight Top Scenic Spots in Guangzhou' in 1986. It consists of two peninsulas and one man-made lake. Being one of the peninsulas, the Palm Garden is green all year round while the Relic Garden, the other peninsulas, has four distinctive seasons like a changing picture.

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