Si He Courtyard
Tang Villa Si He Yuan resembles the “Si He Courtyard” building architecture of ancient Beijing. This traditional house connotes the Chinese culture and reflects eternal peaceful environment. With more than 3,000 years, Tang Villa Si He Yuan is a traditional Chinese architecture in China, unique and special. “Si” means four sides of the architecture, which contain four independent houses of a family surrounding a lush garden in the center. Tang Villa Si He Yuan have a spacious courtyard and all the rooms around the courtyard are connected by corridors.
The entire architecture is designed in great details according to fengshui recommendations. This applies to the selection of location, measurement of length and height of each and every building in the courtyard.
Ancient Chinese Architecture
This typical form of ancient Chinese architecture, which consists of four rooms built around a central yard, is today a cultural heritage that the people of Beijing truly take pride in. The decoration, art and crafts in the Si He Yuan reflect the outstanding Chinese tradition; it also expresses the people’s pursuance of happiness, fineness, prosperity and auspiciousness. From site selection to dimensional specifications and landscaping details, all aspects of its construction were engineered to meet the most stringent geomantic requirements.
This renders the yard full rating in terms of auspicious element of fengshui. Those departed will be able to rest peaceful here while their descendants will acquire streams of prosperity, health, longevity and great fortune.
Tang Villa II
San He Yuan
Tang Villa Phase II, San He Yuan is inspired by the concept of Si He Yuan. The courtyard contains 3 individual houses fashioned after ancient architecture. It consists of 2 single stories and 1 double storey surrounding a lush garden in the center. It also features the 10-ft tall Goddess of Mercy Goddess at the lotus pool guarding over the tranquil settings.
The ancient Chinese-styled and natural green environment at the open space courtyard reflects the beauty and creates an ambience of peace. Walking into the San He Yuan makes one feel at home and gives an inner sense of belonging to the visitors, so you can abandon the fear and sadness but instead cherish the memories and remembrance.
Bamboo lends an exotic oriental atmosphere to the landscape. It symbolizes strength, flexibility, tenacity, endurance and compromise. As a result, Tang Villa 2 exudes an atmosphere filled with compassion, comfort and peace.
Bamboo also represents a time-honored tradition, bringing generations together to foster a bond to meet forward in life. With the compassionate and merciful Goddess of Mercy guarding over the courtyard, one feels the love that enlightens and bond family together. The faith in itself indicates the paths and steps towards enlightenment within the Tang Villa II.
The concept of Ming Palace originates from the architectural structure and style of the Ming Dynasty. It occupies an area of 30,000 feet and is highly integrated with the Ming Dynasty’s brilliance, and the precision in its layouts. With luxurious interior facilities, the entire development excludes an aura of Ming culture unique only to itself. The ancient Ming Palace is richly decorated, emphasizing on the orientation and symmetry to reflect the eternal peaceful environment.
The whole architecture is designed in great details followings the traditional Ming culture. Ming Palace, a truly ideal resting place of Chinese descendants.
Heritage Court, as the name implies, aims at reminding us to exemplify the act of piety in our daily life, and also to pass on the virtue from generations to generations. Spreading across the prime land area in the central of Shah Alam and with 6 majestic blocks of columbarium, Heritage Court is renowned for its scenic landscape tapestry that pays tribute to the beauty of mother nature. While one spends time immersing his/her soul within the beauty surrounding Heritage Court, it lush walkway, greenery and posh landscaping would leave one gasping in awe.
Blending with Chinese cultural arts and the idea of peace and tranquility, Heritage Court is indisputably a magnificent resting place for our departed loved ones.
Life is like a blooming flower. Full of beauty and vigour. Through warmth and cold, its freshness prevails. But its life is short-lived. It will soon begin to wither and die. So does our lives.Life and death is a certainty, it should not be seen as a phobia. Life after death could be enlightened again in full brightness, enshrined within the Perpetual Garden Urn Columbarium.
Five petal-like shape forms the core of this Columbarium, surrounding an ever-flowing fountain. A garden like concept adds an air of peacefulness with an ambience of serenity and purity. Truly, the goodness in life continues here, and ever after……