London is a city of heritage. Due to the widespread scope of English literature and media across the globe, there are many places in London where a person who has never been to the city might feel at home. One such place, are the Kensington Gardens, a Royal Park in London which house various monuments and architectural pieces one might easily be able to recognize from a television program or a novel they once read. This effectively makes this a very lucrative place to visit if one were to visit the iconic city of London. If one is looking for an accommodation option that suits the royal heritage of the park they intend to visit, then think no further than the Berjaya Eden Park London Hotel, which is not only a place with history where contemporary meets grandiose, but one of the finest hotels Bayswater London has to offer.
Kensington Park came to be in 1536, when King Henry VII, separated the Western Section of Hyde Park to be used as a hunting ground. It received independence from Hyde park shortly afterward by the command of Queen Caroline and was developed into a landscape garden, and led to the addition of the iconic Round Pond and the spectacular Dutch Garden which was sunken a few levels into the ground to create a truly striking spectacle. Fast-forwarding to the modern day, the park contains various unique architectural items that were built throughout the sands of time. These include Speke’s Monument, a giant red granite obelisk built to commemorate an explorer known for voyaging on the river Nile, and a sculpture of the legendary character Peter Pan, which was secretly built after being commissioned by his creator.
The park was the location for many works of literature including a Peter Pan novel, which acted as a prelude to his adventures in Neverland. So take a trip to Kensington Gardens where magic and history awaits.
Chandrishan Williams is a travel writer who writes under the pen name, Caleb Falcon. He specializes in writing content based on the many exciting world adventures that await intrepid travellers.