The 10 incredible place landscape architecture and also great tourist attractions in the world will be introduced in this article. The combination of landscape architecture and tourism offers all of us a wonderful opportunity to see the world from a nature-centered point of view, as well as to immerse ourselves in a variety of cultures and traditions around the world.
- Kontum Indochine Café – Kontum, Vietnam
- Warde- Jerusalem, Israel
- Freedom Park – Pretoria, South Africa
- Kirstenbosch Centenary Tree Canopy Walkway – Cape Town, South Africa
- Quilotoa Crater Overlook – Zumbahua, Ecuador
- Vinterbad Brygge – Copenhagen, Denmark
- C-Mine – Genk, Belgium
- Simcoe Shockwave– Toronto, Canada
- Pirrama Park – Sydney, Australia
- Cape Royale Resort – Sentosa, Singapore
Kontum Indochine Café – Kontum, Vietnam
Kontum Indochine Café is designed as part of a hotel complex along the Dakbla River in Kontum City, Central Vietnam. Located next to Dakbla Bridge, a gateway to Kontum, the cafe serves breakfast, dinner and a tea spot for hotel guests.
Indochine Café’s distinctive form of bamboo poles is inspired by traditional Vietnamese fishing baskets. This unique structure allows to receive cool breezes in the summer, and withstand storms in the rainy seasons.
By making the most of natural energy sources such as wind, cool air from the lake, shade from the bamboo roof, the shop is always airy and cool. It is not surprising that all visitors regardless of their understanding of landscape architecture will enjoy this place.
Warde- Jerusalem, Israel
Created by HQ architects, ‘warde’ is an urban structure located in the heart of Jerusalem. Consisting of four inflatable flowers 9 meters high by 9 meters wide, the project is part of the city’s effort to improve the urban space of the city center.
The four giant flowers are carefully positioned to be viewed from across the square and from the adjoining market. Each flower can react to the situations around it. for example: whenever pedestrians pass by, the flowers fill the air, so they expand and when people walk, they deflate.
The installation also acts as a canopy, providing shade for any passersby under the flowers. Or when the tram is approaching the station, these four flowers bloom to notify people in the square and pick up vehicles. This is a unique project that doesn’t exist anywhere else in the world.
Freedom Park – Pretoria, South Africa
Known as a place landscape architecture, Freedom Park is a site of remembrance where South Africa honours those who sacrificed their lives in the struggle for a free and democratic South Africa. Here are is filled with symbolic monuments and landscaped gardens that represent the heroes of South Africa’s past struggles. It is truly a must-see park project and one of the finest examples of contemporary South African landscape architecture.
Kirstenbosch Centenary Tree Canopy Walkway – Cape Town, South Africa
The objective was to lightly inhabit the canopy, in a discreet, almost invisible way. The walk is generally narrow and slender and widens only at two places, one for the view, one for the shade. It is wheelchair friendly taking advantage of the sloping ground and starts and ends within the arboretum, so there is almost no visual impact from the lawns and walks in the garden. There are no mechanical or electrical aspects to the walk and the gentle gradients easily raise visitors to over 12 metres above ground. The overall length of the walk is 130 meters, there are educational boards along the walk.
Quilotoa Crater Overlook – Zumbahua, Ecuador
The crater is located in the Andes, 3,974 meters above sea level and about 170 kilometers southeast of Quilotoa. Unspoiled natural beauty and geographical peculiarities have made the site an increasingly popular tourist attraction. What makes this site most beautiful and distinguishable is the turquoise lake formed inside the crater thanks to natural minerals dissolved in the water. The diameter of the crater is about three kilometers.
Vinterbad Brygge – Copenhagen, Denmark
Vinterbad Brygge is a paradise for travelers looking for landscape architecture attractions. At Vinterbad Brygge in Copenhagen, visitors not only enjoy the spectacular place landscape architecture, but also share in a distinctive Scandinavian bathing tradition. Hot baths are an essential part of Northern cultures and should not be missed when visiting Scandinavia, especially the Vinterbad Brygge.
C-Mine – Genk, Belgium
Simcoe Shockwave– Toronto, Canada
Simcoe Wavedeck on the central waterfront is another unique project that can be found in Toronto – a city full of incredible landscape architecture. The parquet structure is a one-of-a-kind project that adds a sense of connection and identity to Toronto’s new waterfront at Lake Ontario. This functional yet artistic design features dramatic curves 2.5 meters above the lake. The design was inspired by the coastline of Ontario’s Great Lakes, as well as famous Canadian country houses. The creation of landscape architecture such as WaveDeck aims to give urban dwellers a sense of lakeside life – this is a place of play and activity for young and old, tourists and explorers who have a passion on landscape architecture.
Pirrama Park – Sydney, Australia
The historic development of Pirrama Park is a prime example of a project in which residents favored the construction of a public park over another new residential area. Community action has made Sydney’s very promising open space an award-winning project in landscape architecture. The award-winning Pirrama Park in Pyrmont is a beautiful green space by the Harbor with exceptional landscaping.
This popular park is now home to lawns, wide walking paths, a large playground, BBQ and picnic facilities, public restrooms, and several cafes.
Cape Royale Resort – Sentosa, Singapore
Singapore’s open space is famous for storing world-class landscape architecture. Cape Royale Resortgarden, which creates a magical peaceful reality amidst the chaos and rush of Singapore’s busy city, is one of the high-end projects and one of the biggest tourist attractions. of the area, with a beautiful view of the sea.