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Based on Antara’s monitoring on Sunday (Feb 23), visitors thronged this tourist attraction located in Tilihuwa Village, Gorontalo District, Gorontalo Province.
The visitors can enjoy the beauty of thousands of flowers planted along the area of Holland Park, Syamsul Biki, the owner of Holland Park, stated.
"There are various types of flowers here, such as Marigold, Celosia, Zinnia, and mini Sunflowers," he revealed.
Biki explained that Holland Park was conceptualized with a combination of nuances in Japan and South Korea.
"For photo spots, we prepared the same concept as the ones in Bandung City, such as colorful houses, ornamental bicycles, and waterwheels," he remarked.
Biki admitted that he would still continue to develop the tourism attract using a variety of novel concepts to attract more visitors.
Visitors to Holland Park will be charged an entry fee of Rp5,000 per person. To appear even more epic for photos, visitors can also rent some Japanese and Korean traditional clothing -- Kimono and Hanbok -- for Rp25,000.
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