The landscape environment of the park includes garden, architecture and humanistic environment.
Having better understanding the impact of different regional geographical environment on the history and culture of various ethnic groups, we consciously re-emphasize their various living environment space when designing and constructing museums for every ethnic group. The planning and design of each ethnic museum is in the form of a village, which includes not only the building elements such as courtyards, streets and dams, but also the representative trees, flowers and crops planted according to the environmental characteristics of each ethnic region as far as possible. The whole China Ethnic Museum presents visitors with a natural and harmonious environment. The visitors participated the activities in the park will get better understanding to different social life, history and culture of the Chinese nation.
In order to create a more authentic and comprehensive living environment for all ethnic groups, the China Ethnic Museum (the Chinese Ethnic Culturual Park) has specially constructed the natural landscape of gardens in the park. The natural landscape of these gardens organically integrates the life of different nationalities with karst caves, waterfalls, cliffs, grottoes, trestles, special-shaped trees, rivers and lakes, farmland and etc. They facilitates viewers to understand the living environment of different nationalities more intuitively, and also enhances the interest and participation of visitors.
This column focuses on the independent buildings and some landscape areas formed by the combination of architecture and landscape environment.
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|The Panlong Waterfall||The Totem Pole||Dragon Lake Area||Phonix Lake Area|
|Jianchuan Grottoes||The Earth Forest|