Mengbanaxi Exotic Garden is an ideal destination for tourists who want to explore priceless treasures and rare species. Located in the southeast of Mangshi City, the garden boasts of ancient trees, rare plants and jewelry rarely seen home and abroad. In the garden grow flourishing old trees such as banyan trees, osmanthus trees, crape myrtles and box trees. There are also 10000-year Ivory fossils, silicified wood jade with a history of more than a hundred million years, root carvings of odd shapes and stalactites of various shapes. A visit to the garden offers tourists an opportunity to appreciate landscape featuring rarity, peculiarity and long history.
Tourists can also explore the deep connotation of the cultures of tree, stone, bamboo, ethnic groups and Buddhism. With primitive simplicity, natural landscape, and various rare species, the garden is an artificial ecological garden rarely seen in China. It ranks first in China in five aspects, namely the number and history of the rare trees, the number and scale of the brown petrified wood, the delicacy, shape and quality of the wood carvings, the number and surviving rate of transplanted trees, the height, size and the brightness of the Theravada Buddhism pagodas.