Its one of those picturesque opportunity that you just have to go to I guess. I’ve been putting going to this place since last year. Its actually closed now, so next year to those interested.
There are a few ways you can come here, drive or public transport. Since we had visitors from Malaysia, we chose to drive. Its easier to drive since friends say its a bit of a walk by public transport and since I have 3 children in tow, that isn’t such a good idea
For public transport, you can always google map (depending from where you’re from). We google mapped via car as well. If you go off peak season, as I did, you get to go in for free and take as many flowers as you want. Also; there would be plenty of parking spaces. I doubt it would be the same if you go during high peak season though.
I found it to be quite relaxing. It was a beautiful sun shinny day. The pictures turned out amazing, there were play areas for the children, a small cafe, and also toilets for baby changing as well. So I was happy. But I can imagine n a busy day, I may be a bit flustered with the crowdThe down side was that the flowers weren’t as ‘bloomed’ as I wanted it (not surprisingly as it was near closing time). They open late May till early September- so plan your trip in advance.
Apart from lavenders, they also had sunflowers-so sad I couldn’t see the sunflowers in all its glory, but it is what it is.
Definitely a worth-while experience and I truly recommend for photo geeks like me!