Southeast Botanical Gardens tropical / garden / flowers / lily / plants / Okinawa / sightsee / vacation / 東南植物楽園 /
A garden where you can encoutner rare, beautiful, subtropical plants.
A garden with a long history, Southeast Botanical Gardens was renewed in 2013. Admire the largest row of King Alexander palm trees in Japan or enjoy a number of hands-on activities.
With over 35 acres of land, this park features many precious and subtropical plants, as well as animals such as capybara and squirrel monkeys.
|Location||2146 Chibana, Okinawa-shi|
|OPEN||9:00-18:00 (final entry 17:00)
9:00-22:00 (finaly entry 21:00) on FRI, SAT & day before public holiday
|Reference price||General Admission/ ¥1,500; HS-Student/¥1,000; Elementary & JHS-Student/ ¥500; Under age 6/ FREE|
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