13 January: IELTS Speaking Topic- Describe a garden or park you enjoyed visiting.

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Describe a garden or park you enjoyed visiting.

Q- Describe a garden or park you enjoyed visiting.

You should say:

  • Where is it?
  • What does it look like?
  • What did you do there?
  • And explain why you enjoyed spending time there.  

A- I will talk about the splendid time I spent in a park in Himachal Pradesh. I’ve always had a strong affinity for hills and hill stations, and I seldom pass up the chance to visit one. I had the opportunity to travel to a captivating hill town in Himachal Pradesh during my most recent summer break. Here, I came to the enticing “Nature’s Abode” park. One of the most exquisite representations of the glories of nature is this park, located in the city of Rohru.

Lovely vegetation and trees with lovely flowers surround the park. Even by itself, sight is a visual delight that captivates the senses. Aside from that, the park has stunning flora and animals and is rich in biodiversity. Additionally, the location’s cold breeze energizes and refreshes one from the inside out. It is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful places I have ever seen.

I went there with a few of my friends because we had heard a lot about how it has a unique therapeutic impact that purifies the soul. But since it wasn’t an amusement park, it didn’t have any rides, contrary to what I had anticipated. I assumed it would be a location for kids, but instead got nothing less than pure natural amusement from it. So as we strolled through the park, we sat down on the nearby chairs and enjoyed the view. 

Needless to say, I had a whale of a time with my friends at “Nature’s Abode”. I definitely look forward to visiting it again soon. 

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