Institution Code: SHENZ
International Agenda Registration: Yes
BGCI Member: Yes
About the Fairylake Botanical Garden, Shenzhen & Chinese Academy of Sciences
Fairylake Botanical Garden was started to build in 1983 and opened to the public on May 1, 1988, with Wutong Mountain in the east and Shenzhen Reservoir in the west, occupying 546 hectares of land area. It serves multiple functions, including botanical research, scientific education, ex situ conservation, exhibition, and tourism. It is also the only integrated organization for botanical research, conservation and utilization in Shenzhen.
Over the past 30 years, the Garden has achieved remarkably. These achievements were relied on high standard planning, construction and management. The landscape reflects the harmony between human and environment. In terms of research, there are several fields are ranked front nationally.
In recent years, the Garden has entered into a higher level and opened a new chapter in its history. In November 2007, the Chinese Academy of Sciences and Shenzhen Municipal Government signed a bilateral agreement to construct the Garden jointly. In June 2012, the establishment of Shenzhen Key Laboratory of Southern Subtropical Plant Diversity was granted by the government. In March 2013, the Post-Doctoral Innovation & Practice Base was launched. In addition, as one of the crucial partners for the organization of the upcoming XIX IBC (International Botanical Conference) to be held in 2017, the Garden will face more chances and challenges in the coming years.
Fairylake Botanical Garden, Shenzhen & Chinese Academy of Sciences
160 Xianhu Road
Liantang, Luohu District
Guangdong 518004 China
Telephone: 86 (0)755 2570 4480
Fax: 86 (0)755 2570 4480
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