In 1991, the park was renamed to Erholungspark Marzahn. In October 2000, the Chinese garden is opened as a part of Gärten der Welt (Gardens of the World). This was followed by other gardens, including Oriental, Italian, Balinese, Korean, and Japanese. In 1995, it welcomed 132,000 visitors. By 2007 the number has increased to 650,000.
In 2018 the English garden was open in the park.
Pura Tri Hita KaranaEdit
Pura Tri Hita Karana is a functioning Hindu temple located in the Balinese Garden of the park. It is one of the few Hindu temples of Balinese architecture built outside Indonesia.
Gärten der WeltEdit
|Chinese garden||27,000 m2 (290,000 sq ft)||15 October 2000|
|Japanese garden||2,700 m2 (29,000 sq ft)||30 April 2003|
|Balinese garden||500 m2 (5,400 sq ft)||18 December 2003|
|Oriental garden||6,100 m2 (66,000 sq ft)||7 July 2005|
|Korean garden||4,000 m2 (43,000 sq ft)||31 March 2006|
|Italian garden||3,000 m2 (32,000 sq ft)||31 May 2008|
Nearest metro station is Kienberg (Gärten der Welt), on the U5 line. Named "Neue Grottkauer Straße" until 2016, it was renamed in that way for the IGA 2017. The station is also the eastern terminus of the IGA Cable Car (German: IGA-Seilbahn), a 1.5 km-long aerial tramway line serving and crossing the park, built for the expo.