The park is large in scale, beautiful in scenery, shaded by green trees and fragrant. In the evening, the golden sea reflected the coconut shadows on the shore, just like a picture full of poetry and painting. There are also three large gardens in Lisa Park, which specialize in planting Chinese, Italian and Japanese flowers. The park's unique rockery, beautiful fountains and waterfalls, together with almost everyday open-air music, will make Licha Park more interesting. The Park was built to commemorate the Philippine national hero Lisha. Jose Richa was born in 1861. He studied medicine in his early years and then fought against Spanish colonial rule. He was killed by the colonial rulers in 1896 at the age of 35. A bronze statue of the patriotic hero stands in the park. On the left is the statue of Li Cha's mother feeding him, on the right is the statue of his father teaching him to read, and behind is the music booth.