Perdana Botanical Garden, Kuala Lumpur

(4.1/5 based on 1,000+ reviews on the web)
Explore Malaysia's wide range of native vegetation at Perdana Botanical Garden, a breath of fresh air in the center of the sprawling metropolis. With sculpted landscape providing both show gardens and thick rainforest, the park displays the country's natural diversity across an expansive, well-maintained area. Make your way across the boardwalk and footpaths to find the wetland section and its abundance of endemic wildlife, then stop by the park's center and inspect the edible garden with fruiting plants and medicinal herbs. For Perdana Botanical Garden and beyond, use our Kuala Lumpur vacation generator to get the most from your Kuala Lumpur vacation.
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  • Natural touch off such hustle and bustle when so many places but bustling city centre traffic, are under construction, and a relief. Can be seen, such as brightly colored plants. When I went in the rain even tasteful, clean. The pedestrian walkway is depending on the tourist map is written it is not located next to the National Museum of the lead on the shores of Lake.
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  • the botanical garden is just on the other side of the national monument. Very good place to walk around if you have time..in the brochure, they advertise carts but there was none..the place was huge a...  more »
  • If you have kids, then surely visit this botanical garden. It has a large kids activities area and acres of greenery with varied plants & trees. It is also a nice place for jogging o simply strolling ...  more »
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  • Overall a very nice park. But maintenance is required for some parts of the jogging track and distance markers will be useful. What I dislike is the number of motorbikes (both maintenance staff and others) on the track and enforcement is poor since you can see cars driven up to the café area. Cars must only be allowed in the parking area. This spoils the air quality in an otherwise lovely place. The lack of security people doing their rounds also causes some unease esp at dusk. Just takes a little more effort to make it a 5 star place.
  • Perfect for casual walks with family especially family with small kids. Small kiosk that sells snacks and fish food too. Good for picnics however if larger group, call in to make bookings of certain favourite spots to avoid disappointments.
  • Nice botanical gardens, but let down by poor signage and accessibility. As a pedestrian, it's actually very easy to reach these gardens from KL Sentral, but you wouldn't necessarily know it unless you knew in advance which particular combination of sidewalks to take. On my first attempt to get to the gardens, I ended up walking around 45 minutes in an effort to find a route that didn't involve walking across a highway. In the park itself, signage is terrible, with signs often pointing in directions that go nowhere, and a lack of continuity between signs. This is something that shouldn't really be overlooked, as the paths are sometimes very long, and it can take a long time to backtrack if you've walked in the wrong direction. In my opinion, these gardens could also do with a few more flowers.
  • This is the nicest place around KL for passing free time including jogging, cycling,biking, relaxing, refreshing mood with the help of nature and gardens. Once u are here, u will be busy watching its beauty and won't forget to take some photos as well. There are some museums such as Islamic and butterfly. I can guarantee that u won't be able to complete visiting whole area within one day...
  • My first visit was there are a lot of place being renovate and some of the area no habitant at all. No shops or even vending machine. Another Pokémon Go Trainer hotspot to hunt rare pokémonster such Snorlax. Easy excess to get here by Hop On Hop Off bus MYR55 or LRT stop at KL Sentral. Public toilet is free.