Semmozhi Poonga, literally translated to "Classical Language Park", is a botanical garden in Chennai set up by the horticulture department of the Government of Tamil Nadu. The garden was opened on 24 November 2010 and is the first botanical garden of the city. The garden is located in the Cathedral Road–Anna Salai junction, opposite to the American Consulate, on the erstwhile Drive-in Woodlands Hotel.
Encompassing an area of 20 acres (320 grounds), the botanical garden is built at a cost of 80 million. More Than 500 species of plants are being grown in the area, in addition to the 80 trees that was already in existence during the development of the park, some of them being more than 100 years old. The garden houses some of the popular exotic flora and rare plant species, medicinal and aromatic herbs. Many of the exotic plants are imported from countries like China and Thailand, including a plethora of bonsai varieties of ficus microcarpa and ficus ginseng.