It’s difficult to believe that you were in the heart of the city. It is such a serene and peaceful area. Don’t miss this and the Japanese garden. Incredible flowers and trees and pathways. Nice gift shop, too.
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We visited the Chinese gardens with a friend just before Thanksgiving. What a wonderful bit of peaceful tranquility in the heart of the city! We arrived just in time for the guided tour of the various gardens. Many of the flowers and plants were still...More
Beautiful peaceful place! Located in the China Town area of downtown Portland, the Lan Su Chinese Garden are very pretty , they offered us a free guided tour which was very informative - Most of the landscaping and materials for the building were all hand...More
We chose to visit Lan Su on a late afternoon prior to going to dinner in downtown Portland. We started out with a visit to the teahouse where we had some Sake and snacks. The mung bean cakes were awesome, and reminded me of when...More
This was a stop on our City Tour and it was breathtaking. Every time we looked on a different direction or walked to a different section of the garden, we were awestruck. It didn't hurt that the crysanthemums were in bloom! Great little tea house,...More
We visited the Garden on a rainy, November day and were pleased to find most everything still in bloom. The gardens had a little bit of something for everyone in our group - a peaceful, zen like feeling for me, great photography spots for my...More
What an awesome place of stunning beauty and serenity! Located in the China Town area of downtown Portland, the Lan Su Chinese Garden was one of the highlights of our first visit to Portland. It was a rainy day, but that did not stop us...More
We stopped in for just about an hour with my 5yo and 9yo. It was the perfect amount of time with kids to walk through the garden, read our fortunes, and have a light lunch of tea, appetizers and noodles. Amazing stonework, a unique art...More
Small and will take about 30 minutes to explore, but it is neat to imagine being a part of the Chinese family who would have been able to enjoy the courtyards on a regular basis. So many architectural details to admire.