4013 Douglas Rd, Miami, FL 33133
The Kampong is a hidden gem in Coconut Grove; its lush atmosphere is right on breezy Biscayne Bay. It is the perfect venue for Miami weddings and private events. The rock wall entrance to the beautiful 10 acre botanical garden and property can be seen directly off Douglas Road. Most who drive by would never guess of the beauty that lies inside. There is so much history, creative stonework, stunning architecture and nature combined on the grounds of the Kampong.
Thousands of interesting species of topical native plants live within the property. There are beautiful blooming flowers, edible fruits and a fascinating giant banyan tree. The Ylang Ylang tree that Channel No. 5 is derived from is housed in The Kampong. Depending on the time of year you host your wedding or corporate event, you and your guests will find different types of plants, some species thrive in the summer and some in the Miami winter.
The historic Miami house beyond the gardens is former home of privileged horticulturist David Fairchild, design by the famous architect Max Strang in an Asian inspired Art Deco style. There is wedding tree in the back of the house. When couples get married under it, they will have a successful marriage. Those who get married under it will endure a streak of happiness and luck throughout their marriage.
Kampong Gardens in Coconut Grove is one of Miami’s most beautiful natural settings for weddings and events. It features a complete collection of rare plants, flowers, and birds. From lush tropical gardens, to stunning coral rock features, to wondrous lakes and waterfalls.