Kyoto Garden – Holland Park ( Virtual Reality / #360VIDEO )

Experience the tranquility of Holland Park’s Kyoto Garden. Designed by Shoji Nakahara in 1991 and launched to the public in 1992. This idyllic setting is enclosed by living bamboo screens and house a wide array of flowers and nature. The gardens are home to many koi carp and resident peacocks that add to the beauty of the surroundings. Serenity, balance and spirit were all incorporated into this elegant Japanese design that has timeless features such as stone lanterns and tiered waterfalls.

Now you can take an interactive trip through these peaceful gardens in the heart of west London with virtual reality.

You can find Holland Park at Ilchester Place, London W8 6LU.

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West London boasts an impressive selection of open spaces to enjoy this summer, these include;
Kensington Roof Gardens (1.0 KM)
Kensington Palace Gardens (1.2 KM)
Albert Memorial Great Exhibition (1.9 KM)
Kensington Gardens (2.0 KM)
Serpentine Gallery (2.0 KM)
Meanwhile Gardens (2.1 KM)
Natural History Museum Wildlife Garden (2.1 KM)

360⁰ video is currently available for Google Chrome (Desktop) and through the YouTube app (Mobile)

Please do select the highest quality setting and use with a WIFI connection to achieve best possible results. 

If viewing through your Oculus Rift, Samsung Gear, Google Cardboard, Sony PlayStation vr or any other virtual reality headset please also ensure you select the cardboard view option.

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