There are lots of ways to experience nature if you're traveling abroad. One of the best ways to do it is to take a stop in of the nearest botanical gardens in your destination. Here's a list of five amazing botanical gardens in the world if ever you end up going to these countries.
Adelaide Botanic Garden
According to Botanic Gardens of South Australia, this magnificent place is located within the heart of the city, but taking a trip here is like going to a place that's out of this world. This 50-hectare area is made up of well-maintained gardens and gorgeous architecture. You'd be able to witness a huge collection of plants both from Australia and from other parts of the world.
This castle has one of the most complex garden collections in Europe with its 83 types of landscapes. According to Travel & Leisure, there are different kinds of gardens found in this place which includes oak forests, vineyards, olive groves, aquatic plant gardens and arid type gardens.
Found in the city of Lahore, this garden exudes history and royalty that is showcased with its high brick wall encompassing three terraced gardens. Shalimar means "abode of love" and it does live up to its name having an abundance of fountains, pools, stone pavillions and cypress trees which provide a romantic ambiance. It's been well maintained for four centuries.
Brooklyn Botanic Garden
One of the highlights of this 52-acre garden is the Sakura Matsuri which is an annual cherry blossom festival. Guests can witness thousands of cherry blossom varieties at the Cranford Rose Garden or check out magnificent Bonsai trees at the Bonsai Museum.
Kew Royal Botanic Gardens
The Kew Royal Botanical Gardens have the biggest collection of plant species coming from all over the globe. The place was also established in the mid-1700s so it has some of the oldest collections as well.