The most discussed thing about the hundred year old Tainan Park is the reflection of the moon in Swallow Lake， a scene known far and wide. When the moon is high， its reflection makes it seem as if the moon has fallen into the lake. Every day， early or late， there are always tourists strolling or chatting by the lake， and on holidays the lakeside is full of parents and children playing. It is also the best place for taking photos， a sentiment shared by Tainan residents and tourists alike. In 2017， to celebrate Tainan Park's hundredth anniversary， a renowned Japanese flower garden master was specially invited to restore the waterfall landscape. Full of Japanese style and grace， the area around the waterfall ripples with the sound of insects and songbirds， bringing back the park's elegance of a century ago. With coral stone walls， a red roof and delightful round windows， the Tainan Park Management Building looks just like a European chalet， and is a place where tourists like to linger.