Not far from the bustling crowd is the Copenhagen Botanical Garden. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek Museum had me surprise how beautiful their winter garden and had my hope high for Copenhagen Botanical Garden. Copenhagen Botanical Garden is part of University of Copenhagen and located in the centre of the city. I reached this place by foot and any kind of transportations can easily take you here. I’m a self-proclaimed nature lover and Copenhagen Botanical Garden is perfect for me.
I went to Copenhagen Botanical Garden after my breakfast in Union Kitchen. What excites me was the fact that entrance to Copenhagen Botanical Garden is free (I was a student). You can enter all parts of Copenhagen Botanical Garden. In this blog post, I’m not gonna rant you about what type of trees, plants, or flowers I saw because I also don’t know. Almost all the information board was in Danish! Even if I knew the name of the plant, I know it in Indonesian haha. This blog post will be like a gallery/photo album about the beauty of nature inside Copenhagen Botanical Garden 🙂
“Nature is not a place to visit. It is home” –Gary Snyder
“Nature does not hurry, yet everything is accomplished” –Lao Tzu
“Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better” – Albert Einstein
Now that I’m done spamming your screen with my photos and quotes, I am shamelessly quite proud of my photography skill based on the outcome of the photos hahahaha. Either that or Copenhagen Botanical Garden is extremely photogenic! I was glad I visited Copenhagen Botanical Garden during the cold season in Copenhagen. Since I was from tropical country, it felt great to feel a little bit of humidity and nature from my country. But my camera lense suffer a bit from the change of temperature by entering the botanical garden! So make sure you bring lense wipe or something similar like that. By the way, I’m not done with my Copenhagen trip and will be posting for more! So stay tune!!!