Touring Malta

The Chinese Garden of Serenity is a lovely Chinese Garden situated in Santa Lucija in the South of Malta and has been open to the public since 1997. The Chinese Garden of Serenity reflects the local environment by including natural elements and represents various philosophical ideas.

The Chinese Gardens encourage visitors to walk around while roaming freely in their inner thoughts. The most important elements of the Chinese Garden of Serenity are rocks and water which creates a beautiful and very peaceful garden and also symbolises yin and yang, life from birth to death. The garden has fountains, zig zag formed corridors, bridges and different types of doors with their own specific meaning.

Walking around the garden you will discover that the garden is in fact not one large garden but instead several smaller gardens, separated by walls, sheltered corridors and rooms for visitors to be able to go between one thought to another in each garden.

The Red Tower

St. Agatha’s Tower in Mellieha, also known as the Red Tower, was built in 1649 and was manned during both World Wars. It provides excellent all round views of Gozo, Comino, Mellieha Bay and the Ghadira Nature Reserve. (read more…)
https://dinlarthelwa.org/heritage-sites/managed-heritage-sites/st-agathas-tower-the-red-tower-mellieha/

Clubclass students at the Red Tower

Marsaxlokk

The small and picturesque fishing village of Marsaxlokk (pronounced marsa-schlock – meaning Southern Port) is located in the South Eastern part of Malta, adjacent to Żejtun, Marsaskala and Birżebbuġa.
https://www.maltauncovered.com/malta-island/marsaxlokk-fishing-village/

Mdina & Dingli