Since its public opening in February 2002, the Three Kingdoms Park has become a main attraction in the fields of education, religion, art, and culture. The conceptual idea of this unique park was to honor the founder's Chinese heritage and to draw visitors’ attention to the legend of The Three Kingdoms, a highly regarded piece of Chinese saga and literature, depicted in a multitude of priceless wall paintings and porcelain art pieces.
Indeed, values--artistic, social, familial, and individual--lie at the very heart of the Three Kingdoms Memorial Park. If you are led to contemplate the meaning of existence, to examine your own hopes and ambitions, to appreciate the richness of Chinese and Thai cultural values, and to learn something about a Chinese literary classic, then the pagodas will have achieved their purpose.
The Srifuengfung family hopes that visitors, through study, meditation, devotional acts, and visual appreciation will be given gifts of insight and inspiration through contemplating the beauty and spiritual power embodied here.