Japanese Garden, Singapore


Japanese Garden, Singapore

Japanese Garden also commonly known as Jurong Gardens, is a park in Jurong East, Singapore. It is built on an artificial island in the Jurong Lake area connected to the adjacent Chinese Garden island by bridge.


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