Perdana Botanical Garden Kuala Lumpur Malaysia

Perdana Botanical Garden Kuala Lumpur was established in 1888 and is huge at approximately 226 acres of amazing gardens explore. The gardens are for public use with free entry and open 7am-8pm.

It is quite easy to get to by public transportation.  Just take the Metro to the National Museum and follow the signs. Once you exit the metro you will be facing the National Museum.  Turn toward the left and follow the sidewalk to the entrance to the gardens.  You will enter at the bottom of the gardens near the lake. 

The Botanical Garden is divided into sections Forest Tree Collection, Zingiberales & Heliconia Collection, Exotic Species Collection, Laman Perdana, Cycad Island, Sunken Garden, Name of Places Tree Collection, Herb & Spice Garden, Brownea Street, Deer Park, Hibiscus Garden, Orchid Garden, Herarium and also the Planetarium, KL Bird Park and the KL Butterfly Park. I am sure I missed a few but I mean that is a lot.  It is impossible to see it all in one day.  

If you are looking for a peaceful location to just feel at one with nature this is a perfect location to spend a few hours.

Link here for their official site.

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