- Shop Jimmy Choo
amazing places

Amazing places that look like gardens from heaven

There are amazing places on our beautiful planet that are impressive in their beauty! Looking at those incredible sights, you cannot help yourself but wonder: did we do enough to protect nature and to preserve all of this beauty for the next generations? As someone wise once said: “The earth doesn’t belong to us, it belongs to our children”.

There is no beauty man can create that can be compared to the beauty made by nature. All these astonishing hills and valleys, mountains and rivers and breathtaking waterfalls are just so wonderful that cannot be copied by man. We have to enjoy this beauty but we also have a duty to protect it and save it for our children.

Amazing places that will take your breath away

We found for you some beautiful places that look like gardens from heaven.

1. Chiang Dao, Thailand

amazing places

This incredible mountain with a height of 2,175 m is located in   Chiang Mai Province, Thailand. It is a popular place where Chiang Mai’s middle class looks for relaxed weekends out of town and for birders and trekkers who explore forests.

2. Ashikaga Flower Park, Japan

amazing places

Ashikaga Flower Park is an area in Tochigi prefecture in Japan and it is known for a certain type of flowers, called Wisteria(fuji). Wisteria is also found in China and in the United States. It plays a significant role in Japanese culture, it appears in many common family names and “fuji-musume” or “Wisteria daughter” is a time-honored theme of Japanese drama and painting.

Ashikaga Flower Park has more than 350 Wisterias and it is known for wisteria tunnels that are long up to 87 yards(80m) and the visitors can walk through and enjoy the beauty of these incredible plants.


3. Hitsujiyama Park, Japan

amazing places

One more beautiful place in Japan. Hitsujiyama Park is a flower hill covered with specific flower plant called Shiba Sakura in Japanese. The shape of flower resembles cherry blossom and there are 8 kinds of colors of these flowers which create a unique texture on the hill every year. Japanese parks are amazing places worth visiting due to their magnificent beauty.

4. Callaway Gardens, Georgia

amazing places

Callaway Gardens was founded in 1952 by Cason J. and Virginia Hand Callaway. It is 6,500 acres resort complex located in  Pine Mountain, Georgia. Cason and Virginia wanted to ptotect native azalea species.

The garden was conceived in 1930, originally, when Cason Callaway discovered a rare azalea growing in that area. Callaway gardens officially opened on May 21, 1952, with a golf course, number of lakes and scenic drives. Today, there are numerous attractions  in this resort complex such as Robin Lake Beach, Cecil B. Day Butterfly Center, and golf courses.

5. Mainau, Germany

amazing places

Mainau is an island in Lake Constance on the south shore of the Uberlinger See. Near is the city of Konstanz,  Baden-Wà ¼rttemberg, Germany. This island is preserved as a garden island and it is known for the excellent environmental practices.

Frederick I, Grand Duke of Baden  created on the flowering island an arboretum which now contains 500 species of deciduous and coniferous trees and many exotic plants. There are also 200 rhododendron and azalea varieties on the island.


5. Bluebonnet field on Sugar Ridge, Texas

amazing places

Beautiful bluebonnet is a plant found in the southwestern United States  and it is considered a state flower of Texas. The very name of the flower stems for its resemblance to the bonnet worn by pioneer women to shield them from the sun.

The interesting fact about this plant which comprises several different species is that it was a part of the Highway Beautification Act and Lady Bird Johnson encouraged the planting of native plants along Texas highway after she left the White House. Now, along the Texas highways you can see bluebonnet blooms in the springtime.

We hope you enjoyed these amazing places as much as we do! Stay with us for the next articles about magnificent places around the globe!