Built in the year 1888, Perdana Botanical Gardens, also known as Perdana Lake Gardens, consist of Deer Park, Hibiscus Park, Orchid Parks, is Kuala Lumpur’s first large-scale recreational park with many amazing natural beauties flaunting their tropical glories within this 226 acres land. It’s like a mind rejuvenation spa, wash away all the negative auras absorbed in this hustle and bustle of the city life.
Bamboo Playhouse, Tranquil Lake, White Bridge and Flowers
These make your jogging journey so relaxing, blissful and calming. Chillax at the Bamboo Playhouse designed by the talented local architect – Eleena Jamil.
Green Lungs of the KL City
Perdana Botanical Gardens just like the New York City Central Park, where the people enjoy cycling, jogging, picnic, practicing Yoga, Taichi and sorts of activities that nurturing good health.
The Pure Lotus Ponds
Forget the plastic-made lotus decoration flower selling in the shopping mall. You can see how beautiful a real lotus blooming from the tranquil pond. They are low-key elegant, quiet and so pure.
The Cannon Ball Flowers
Unrelated to any warfare, this unique plant produced unique gorgeous red-petals flowers and cannon-ball like fruit.
The Addorable Bow Flowers
This tiny purple & white colors bow flower made by the mother nature! Exremely fine, elegant and appealing.
The Red Flowers
They are plenty of unknown lovely flowers blooming around the parks. They’re portraying a main message: life is beautiful.
The Spider Lily
Anything related to the spider isn’t something cute, except this. Such a lovely [spider] flower.
The Pink Princess
Palm-size hibiscus, Malaysia’s national flower, in sweet pink, just like princesses in the garden.
The Tropical Lavender
A small part of the garden is growing lavender-like flowers, in pink, violet and white which you can take nice photos.
The Giant Joey Palm
Hi Joey! This is your palm! A special plant name, it grows giant leaves, taller than an average teenager’s 160cm height.
The Tropical Pink Daphne
She is a beautiful lady named Daphne, blooming in an adorable sphere-shaped with tiny pink petals.
The Ixora Flower
This is one of the most common fencing decoration flower in Malaysia. It always blooming attractive cluster of flowers and leathery leaves.
The Pink Hibiscus
This is a smaller species compared to the previous one. They bloom all year long, easy to nurture and comes with orange, white, red colors as well.
The Hibiscus El Capitolio Sport
This is a unique hibiscus species like a lady is on her elegant silky tango dress.
The Spider Hibiscus Schizopetalus
They look like little red lantern hanging along the plants.
The Horse Chestnuts Trees
Unknown to the plant name, it somehow lookalike to the horse chestnuts trees.
Orchids under the Unique Geometrical Pattern of the Canopy
Have a chillax time sitting under the canopy and admire to the passionate red orchids.
The Thunbergia Erecta Alba
A simple, trumpet-shaped flowers, blooming wildly under the warm sunshine. Simply sweet and beautiful.
The Java Apple Jambu
Java Apple, or called by the local – Jambu, is a very juicy, crunchy tropical fruit. It’s very easy to grow and as pretty, nutritious as red apple!
The Mushroom Shaped Trees
The gardeners planted the trees like a troop of mushrooms.
The Little Fish Pond
Your jogging route would be a little more interesting to cross over this fish pond.
The gardeners planted the trees like a troop of mushrooms. A little cute scenery to snap photo.
The Deer Park
You don’t have to pay a single cent to visit zoo just to say hello to Bambi. Just say hi to them when you jogging in this park.
The fishes are very responsive to fish flakes. Usually family with kids love to feed them.
The Rose Periwinkle Bed
Feel the simple happiness when your jogging route pass by such a beautiful flower bed.
The Rooster Farm
There are several small huts living groups of chicken. Those roosters wandering around looking for worms.
The Diamond Shaped Garden Pavillion
The geometrical pattern roof creates a modern design feel, a good place to have a break and to avoid afternoon hot sun or sudden rain.
The Big Fountain Lake
Under the sunlight, the splashing fountain water reflect a beautiful rainbow.
The Greenery Jogging Route
The river, adorable trees & flowers, the stone floor, the fresh air work wonderly to cleanse negative energy in your body.
The Garden Rest Area
There are chairs almost at every corner in the gardens, clean and quiet.
The Chilling Drinks
Feel so great having a cup of chilling Milo chocolate malt beverage with ice, cool down your 10KM run body heat.
The Ice Cream
It’s a very blessing moment when you can have ice cream, watching & listening to the sound of beautiful fountain lake, birds chirping and admiring the tropical queen orchids.
Flora and Fauna
Perdana Botanical Gardens is a great place in the city to stay in touch with the mother nature.
How To Go Perdana Botanical Gardens?
Address: Jalan Kebun Bunga, Tasik Perdana, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Operating Hours: 5.30am – 8.30pm
Area: 91.6 hectares (226 acres)
Secret tips: You will very hard to get a car park at the small garden’s car park area. Go to nearby National Planetarium (Planetarium Negara) car park, there is plenty of parking slots, and just walking distance to the Perdana Botanical Gardens, both attractions are connected.
What You Can Do in this Perdana Botanical Gardens?
1. Jogging / walking / cycling (can rent at the park) / running / yoga / Taichi
2. Flora and Fauna Photography / modeling photography / family photography
3. Read a good book
4. Natural scenery painting
5. Learn about tropical plant species & ecosystem.
6. Finding peacefulness
7. Short escape the city in the city
8. Organize a simple birthday party
9. Play scavenger hunt
10. Picnic with friends and family
Nearby Attractions (Walking Distance)
1. National Museum of Malaysia
2. National Monument
3. Kuala Lumpur Bird Park
4. Kuala Lumpur Butterfly Park
See Kuala Lumpur Orchid Garden
KL Orchid Garden with plenty of unique orchids species is nested within this Perdana Botanical Gardens, let’s go!
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