Behind the Square is the park dedicated to things Ho—like his stilt house, a garage filled with vintage cars he owned, a museum housing several personal items, his library and the building which housed Parliament at the time. The renowned “single pillar pagoda” also stands in this place. It is a single storey structure which rises out of the lake on one concrete stanchion. The park grounds are lovely, planted with many trees from various parts of the world.
There is a reflecting lake on which floated serene white swans. We were told that Ho liked to take his daily walks in this park where he could enjoy peace and privacy.
Made with FlippingBook - Online catalogs