The garden houses some 7,000 species of plants found in Malaysia as well as Africa and the Asia Pacific region.
Covering 92ha, this is the biggest botanical garden in Malaysia. The garden houses some 7,000 species of plants found in Malaysia as well as Africa and the Asia Pacific region. Taman Botani is divided into three sections - a section for ornamental plants, a section for flowers and a section for preservation and research.
Visitors can drop by the Floral and Sun Garden, take a stroll along the Explorer?s Trail, and learn more about the various species of plants at the Visitors? Interpretative Centre. Before leaving the botanical garden, peruse through the gift shop where there?s a selection of environmentally-friendly souvenirs.
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