The Amirjan Kursu Park is located in the Sarıyer area, close to the Astana Park complex in the European section of Istanbul. It was called in the Byzantine era Cypress forest, because it was covered with cypress trees and throughout the ages returned to the Khedive Ismail Pasha Governor of Egypt and Sudan Moreover, built within the garden area three wooden wings, which still exist so far, the yellow wing, floral wing and wing White and then moved under the auspices of Greater Istanbul Municipality.

Spread over an area of ​​117 acres, it is one of the largest public parks in Istanbul. It has more than 120 species of plants and is famous for its bright colors in all parks.

The garden of Amirjan is closely linked to the traditional flower Tulip, which gave its name to the Ottoman Empire (1718-1730). A private park was established in the Garden of Amirjan in the 1960s to revive the city's tradition of tulip. Since 2005, an annual international tulip festival has been held every April, giving it a spectacular and beautiful scene.

The garden of Amirjan contains many rare trees, such as pine trees, cedar trees, camphor, beech and oak trees, so there are squirrels inside and many other trees. It also has two beautiful ceramic pools, along with many tables, fountains and industrial waterfalls.

The Amirgan Garden has extensive green spaces available for jogging and various exercise. It features a free play area on the floor and offers children's play and play areas.

The Amirang Garden is an ideal place to relax and relax, whether it be the locals who frequent them on holidays or holidays, or for foreign tourists who visit to explore its beauty.

Facilities include mosques, bathrooms, restaurants of Istanbul Municipality and several places selling snacks and ice cream.