Gardens in Kuala Lumpur

Top Gardens in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Gardens in Kuala Lumpur

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  • Ainil I
    Shah Alam246 contributions
    It is indeed a beautiful green garden. Despite few areas under maintenance, it is a good place to jog, walk and relax with family. To all malaysians, let's preserve our beautiful aset, help keep clean and tidy so that our future generation can also feel this beautiful experience. For those not keen to walk, you can take the buggy at RM 10 per person. The buggy driver (mamu) is awesome and sharing lots of information about the attractive areas.
    Written 5 January 2021
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  • alseward53
    Axminster, UK378 contributions
    Another Orchid garden, why do so many tours include them. Fairly hilly terrain,so not easy for some. High light for me was seeing the rather large lizard
    Written 19 October 2019
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  • macedonboy
    Glasgow, UK156,914 contributions
    The Hibiscus Garden is a part of the Perdana Botanical Garden, located about the centre of the park and judging from my complaining legs, close to being the highest point of the park. I walked up from the Jalan Tembusu entrance is it wasn’t that bad. The Hibiscus Garden is a landscaped garden and named after the predominant flower grown. There were enough flowers in bloom for the views to be worth the walk, although the garden wasn’t exactly blooming in full. Would be nice to revisit when that happens. There’s several covered walkways, paths and fountains dotted around the garden, but sadly none of the latter were in operation.

    This garden is a bit of a climb, but you can always use the paid for transport to visit this and the rest of the park.
    Written 31 January 2020
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  • macedonboy
    Glasgow, UK156,914 contributions
    The Asean Sculpture Garden is a park adjacent to Perdana Botanical Garden and the National Monument of Malaysia. It’s basically a landscaped garden with sculptures created by artists from the ASEAN countries. Most of the sculptures were too abstract for me, but there are boards that explain the meaning of the sculptures. The garden is beautifully kept and a nice escape from busy Kuala Lumpur. There’s also a souvenir and cafe inside the garden too.
    Written 1 February 2020
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  • EWENCHAN
    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia27 contributions
    Wonderful experiences. Full of fun and hype. Goof for family get together. Scenic scenery . Joggers heaven.
    Written 3 March 2019
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  • macedonboy
    Glasgow, UK156,914 contributions
    The Orchid & Hibiscus Gardens is sadly closed for refurbishment. There’s a notice at one of the entrances to the park and at the garden itself. Sadly, there’s no information about when it’ll be open, so best check before you go. Same really, I’d love to visit this garden.
    Written 1 February 2020
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