Signang Incense Artistic Culture Garden
The wonderful smell
What kind of smell is your favorite one? Is that the smell of incense, the smell of mosquito coils, the smell of perfume, or the smell of a delicious cuisine? Actually, there are various kinds of smell in our daily life. Signang Incense Artistic Culture Garden is such an artistic culture garden presenting visitors the history and manufacturing process of incense.
Professional in incense manufacture
Strolling around this artistic culture garden, visitors will see masters making incense by special skillsA�originatedA�from Tangshan, China. Every morning before 9 A.M., three masters gather at the incense making room and prepare for the daya��s work. There are totally 9 steps on this process. People always think that making incense is easy, but it turned out that the contrary is true. The masters must be very meticulous on every single step, and then finally a bundle of great incense could be finished.
Learn more about incense
After he left the army, the founder began to learn how to make incense. Then, he returned to his hometown and started to operate an incense manufacturing factory with his family. For the sake of letting more people have a deeper understanding of incense, he ultimately opened this cultural garden.
Opened in 2008, Signang Incense Artistic Culture Garden, the only incense-themed culture garden, was designated as a Local Cultural Museum by Ministry of Culture. Here visitors could not only see the incense making process, but also join some interesting DIY activities. Beside the incense making room, there is a specially designed chandelierA�made by incense gradually spreading the wonderful smell, bringing visitors a surprisingly relaxing feeling.
In addition to a diversity of incense, visitors could see the stories and history behind. Legend has it that, in order to cure her father, the fairy of ninth heaven, the creator of incense, grinds Chinese medicine into powder and burns them into the air, so his father could smell the smell and get recovered. In another exhibition area, there are lots of different spices. Taking a leisure walk here, visitors could know more about incense by watching and smelling. A wall exhibiting cinnamon sample is built for visitors to know the smell of cinnamon.