The design of a Taman Perancis is a Renaissance design with its geometric forms. Perdu Taiwan shurbs are neatly trimmed to frame these colorful flowers called parterre derived from the French phrase, namely broderie de par terre or “embroidery on the ground”.
This garden style reached the height of his fame during the reign of Emperor Louis XIV in the 17th century. Plant species are only the second element after determining the shape / design of the garden. This garden was created to symbolize human mastery of nature.
The beauty of Taman Perancis you can enjoy from near or from a distance. To see the geometric shapes as a whole we invite you to look at the Menara Pandang.