the moment I reached this Friendship Park, my first expression was: "wow..! so
nice!", and I can even feel that like I'm in China! (chehhh macam la pernah pergi China.hehe) This park may not be that
big, but now, let me bring you around this magnificent park by letting the
photos below do the talking...
the main entrance...
the top pic : Malaysian & Chinese jogging track......
the right pic below: There are two rows of carving stones in front of the gigantic statue, each of them is a carving of a states' history as well as the state's significant motives, 14 of them...
* Enjoy the water feature ...
*the left pic below : the Chinese tea house it just behind the Cheng Ho statue..
* the right pic below : Zheng He statue..The bottom part of the Zheng He statue states:
"Tanda peringatan ulang tahun ke-30 hubungan diplomatik dan
persahabatan Malaysia-China tahun (2004)"
here's the Zheng He statue too!..hehe.sama tapi tak serupa.:D
*Qeisha with her beautiful aunty..sis Azimah..
*with my beloved mum...
Built to mark the friendship of Malaysia and China. The garden indeed a nice place to take pictures, stroll, or to jog in the evening. The panda represent the China, while the Orang utan represent Malaysia also Sarawak just like the hornbill...
*Taman Sahabat or Friendship Park between Malaysia and China.
China relations go back many centuries,stretching back to the time of the
Malaccan Sultanate in the 15th century.By histrorical accounts Parameswara was
the first Malaccan Sultan to have traveled to China and to have had an audience
with the Chinese Emperor.The Royal marriage of Hang Li Po,a Chinese Princess to
Sultan Mansor Shah of Malacca further connected relation,as did the peaceful
visit of Admiral Zheng He toMalacca..