I have visited the Japanese Garden, unfortunately not for pleasure but as part of a crew but the feeling is the same. It is always charming being there. The amount of care and effort is being put on keeping the environment clean and radiant is remarkable. It is always a pleasure to come back. Every year there are more activities... 更多
Great place to visit, very calm and attractive marvelous fish in the pool. BUT check opening times - it is not open in the mornings and may be closed other times
Although the Japanese Garden in Hasselt is the largest Japanese garden in Europe it is a relatively small garden and when taking your time, you can walk through garden in a hour. It is a beautiful garden though, both in spring time when cherry trees blossom and in the autumn when there is beautiful foliage. The garden is open all... 更多
It had a good look and feel of the Japanese environment. The set up was good, the trees and plants were showing the Japanese environment. But it was not awesome. Some trees and leaves could be easily seen outside in normal parks. The falls among the rocks was good. The best time is the cherry blossom in April which makes... 更多
In May we have visited this wonderful garden and we were very lucky because the magnificent blossoms were still there. It's really worth to visit it when you are in Hasselt. On certain days there are very nice activities, for example tea ceremony
its a quick walk in the park, no need for expert walking shoes. Nice views, best time to visit is when 'cherry trees' are in bloom. Good place to visit after or before going in to the city.
Visited what we were told the largest Japanese gardens in Europe. Excellent value and close to the city. Well wirth the visit and I expect in the spring the cherry trees would be fantastic. Only criticsm, is that it should say in the brochures that there are no tea/coffee facilities.