Lan Su Chinese Garden
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Lan Su Chinese Garden isn’t just a beautiful garden. It's a creative wonder of art, architecture, design and nature in perfect harmony. Enter the Wonderland.
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Lan Su Chinese Garden is much more than just a beautiful garden. It’s a creative wonder — an authentically built, powerfully inspiring experience based on a 2,000-year-old Chinese tradition that melds art, architecture, design and nature in perfect harmony.
A peaceful place to take a break from a downtown walking day. Near Voodoo Doughnuts as a bonus side trip!
Explore the picturesque authentically built Ming dynasty-style garden. Tours are available and a tea house offers snacks and traditional teas.
Lan Su Chinese Garden is one of Portland's greatest treasures. Built by Chinese artisans from our sister city Suzhou (home of China's famous ancient gardens), it's among the most authentic Chinese gardens outside of China. Much more than just a beautiful garden, Lan Su is a creative wonder — a…
A peaceful and pretty place for slow steeped tea and Chinese culture in the heart of Old Town China town. Easy to get to with public transport or by car.
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