The Gigantic Gate is designed by Chinese Architects from the mainland. By just standing underneath it, you will notice all the important details that are applied and this parks comes alive during the night, when all the lights are lit, it shows a little Chinese Dragon rising in the heart of Kuching. There are 4 guarding lion statues around the entrance with a spectacular view from beneath. Walking into the park, first, you will see this chinese building. It is actually a restaurant designed to look exactly like the ancient chinese coffeeshop. In the restaurant, they serve tea and sells delicious dimsum. 2 floors of seats and tables for everyone to enjoy the delicious meals fit for the emporer. In the center of the park, there is a pond which reflects the monuments from every angle. It is like a gigantic mirror reflecting the beauty of Chinese Culture, hidden within the lights of the dragon. The lights in the middle of the pond directs your view to Zheng He's enormous statue. There, you will see him holding a parchment in one hand, while the other waves to you in a majestic manner. The statue is actually placed on a boat made of stone which partially looks like a miniature size of Zheng He's Fleet during his time in the 15th century. In the corners of the park, you will find many other chinese pavilions awaiting for you. These pavilions are also designed by China Mainland architects, giving you the exact feel when you are in China, resting in their pavilions. With bridges on one side of the pond, it leads you to the wishing well, where you wish for anything you want by tossing a coin into it. The more you toss, the better chance of your wish will come true. This heavenly park is the most beautiful park I've ever seen in Kuching. It consists of Both Chinese and Malaysian Culture in the park (I didn't include the other side of the park which has Malaysian memorials). The park closes around 10pm. So, if you wanna get your pictures taken, please remember to bear the time in mind.