Malaysia?s national flower is Bunga Raya or hibiscus. See this pretty blossom at the Orchid & Hibiscus Garden
Perdana Botanical Gardens established in 1888. Formerly known as Perdana Lake Gardens is Kuala Lumpur's first large-scale recreational park. A refreshing enclave at the heart of the city, Perdana Botanical Gardens sprawls over 200 acres. Built around two lakes, the garden has vistas of exotic blooms and luxuriant foliage. There are jogging and walking trails for visitors. A number of parks and gardens are nestled within the environs it is located in the heart of the city.
A lazy afternoon can be spent here, with the family or with a loved one for a picnic. This was the tradition since the park was opened in the late 1800s when the British ruled. The forests that surround the park are safe as they no longer have any dangerous wildlife. Instead, the park lying in the valleys are home to gentler animals like deers.
A must see if you are in the vicinity of the park is the bird park. It is the largest aviary in the world and is home to many beautiful, unique and colorful birds of many species. The Bird Park is an amazing place for children to visit. The herbal garden was built in the 1900s and offers a showcase of many herbal plants that are commonly found around in Malaysia, made easier as you can now find it all in one place. An amphitheater is also something else that you can find here in the Lake Gardens Park. It serves as the place to be in to see cultural and modern shows and the best time to come here is on weekends.
The best place to see if you want to see more flowers is the Orchid garden and the Hibiscus Garden located in close vicinity of the Lake Gardens. Here, you can closely view the unique species of these type of flowers and even visit the many souvenir shops that sell beautiful flowers in glass bottles, dried specimens and living memories of your visit to the park.
The recreational park is the most popular in Kuala Lumpur. Not to mention, there are many interesting destinations around the park as well as National Monuments, Orchid Gardens, Butterfly Gardens and many more.