Contemporary Art Sculpture Parks that you can go to during your next vacation in Asia


In Asia there are as much as fifty sculpture parks and Gardens. If you are planning on a trip to any Asian Country in the near future, you can go ahead and treat yourselves to the sight of these Art Wonderlands.

If you dream about going hiking in the middle of a desert or just quietly let the day slip by away from the cacophony of city life, you can also make arrangements for visiting these places during your vacation. To begin with the list of Contemporary Art Sculpture Parks/Gardens starts alphabetically from:

Brunei: ASEAN Square in Persiaran Damuan, Damuan Recreational Park, Darussalam, Brunei, opened for visitors in 1986

China: Pan He Sculpture Park, Guangzhou, China, established in 2008 and,

Yin Jichang Sculpture Park, Guangzhou, China, established in 2006

Hong Kong: Tung Chung Artwalk, Tung Chung, Hong Kong, opened for visitors in 2000

India: Dhanraj Bhagat Sculpture Park, Chandigarh, India, established in 2010

The Nek Chand Rock Garden, Chandigarh, India, built in 1976

Indonesia: NuArt Sculpture park, West Java, Indonesia was built in 2000

Israel: 1. Desert Sculpture Park situated in Mitzpe Ramon, Negev Desert, Israel threw its gates open to art lovers in 1963

  2. Open Museums Sculpture Gardens situated in Galilee and Negev regions, Israel created in 2006

  1. Sculpture in the Park, Hula Valley, Israel
  2. The Sculpture Garden Dalton, Dalton Industrial Park, Israel
  3. The Omer Open Museum Sculpture Garden, Beersheba, Israel

Japan: 1. Moerenuma Park, Sapporo, Japan, open since 2004

2. Isamu Noguchi Garden Museum, Takamatsu, Japan, open since 1985

Lebanon: Anachar Basbous Open Air Museum, Rachana, Lebanon, since 1981

Singapore: 1. ASEAN Sculpture, Fort Canning Hill, Singapore, founded in 1982

2. Sengkang Sculpture Park, Sengkang New Town, Singapore

South Korea: 1. Lee Il-Ho and Baemikkumi Sculpture Park, Modo Island, Seoul, Korea, established 1990s

2. Che Ju [Jeju] Sculpture Park, Che Ju [Jeju], Korea, opened in 1987

Taiwan: 1. New Era Sculpture Park, Puli, Taiwan, since 1986

2.  Ju Ming Museum, New Taipei City, Taiwan, opened in 1999

Thailand: Benjasiri Park, Bangkok, Thailand, since 1992

Turkey: Aspat Castle Sculpture Park and Cultural Centre, Bodrum, Turkey, opening soon

Source: ArtRadar

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