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Taman Bunga Raya, Hibiscus Garden, Kuala Lumpur

Posted by on May 2nd, 2007
Filed Under: Kuala Lumpur, Sights

Hibiscus Garden kuala Lumpur

Here you will find over 2,200 varieties of rare and exotic blooms ranging from the single petal variety to multiple petal varieties in a range of colours and shades. The brightly-hued hibiscus blooms or roso sinensis, Bunga Raya – Malaysia’s national flower, are planted along the footpaths and on the terraces within the compound of this beautiful, sprawling 0.9-hectare garden.

For those who wish to purchase any of these blooms, there is a bazaar held every weekend.

Open: 9am to 6pm (Daily)
Admission: Free

Located within Lake Gardens.

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  1. i think u should try to visit a place call danga bay located at johor bahru
    some awesome event held at there but only if special moment will be celebrate like new year or whatever special event(i think u should check the event date at Malaysia tourism official website)

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