A religious park built to commemorate the 2500 years of Buddhism. It is beautifully landscaped area which contains many interesting structures. A huge standing Buddha image cast in bronze gold measuring 15.8 metres marks the centre of the park.
It is surrounded by four commemoratives sites concerning Lord Buddha's birth, enlightenment, the first preaching sermon, and Nirvana (death). Other interesting places include a Buddhist museum, a hall keeping marble Pali canon and meditation halls and even a dog pound. The park is square in shape with each side being 1.8km long. The park is popular with joggers, cyclists and families having picknicks. There is no charge to visit the park.