The botanical sanctuary: where preserving art and nature are in symbiosis
Initiated in 2005 on a barren and degraded land by the botanist Jan Duclos, it spreads across almost 9 acres of land. After finalizing on the layout of alleys and irrigation, 800 trees belonging to over 300 species were gradually planted here. Today, the Botanical Garden offers its abundant greenery amidst granite boulders, creating lush and silent scenery for birds and nature lovers, and accumulating ground water in its rejuvenated expanse. Its plantations include protected species like teak, rosewood, ebony, red sander, paduk and sandalwood trees.