The Perdana Botanical Garden, formerly known as Taman Tasik Perdana or Lake Gardens, is situated in the Heritage Park of Kuala Lumpur. It has always been a part of the green lung of the city and has a history of over a decade.
What to Expect?
This 225-acre (91-hectare) site is home to a bird park, hibiscus and orchid garden, butterfly sanctuary and a deer park, with the main attraction being its central lake surrounded by lush greenery.
Originally created as part of a recreational park but planted with collections of tropical plants, the garden have been rehabilitated and turned into a Botanical Garden. The garden have not only botanical collections but also house features that give the visitors the ambiance of being in a tropical rainforest, despite being in the middle of a bustling metropolis.
- Hibiscus Garden
- Children Playgrounds
- Bamboo House
- Sunken Garden
- Laman Perdana
- Deer Park
- Jogging trails all through out the park
- Central Lake
via Izuddin Helmi Vids
Complete playground facilities for the kids
Comes with bicycle lanes for some family cycling fun
Jogging track for parents too
Roseline Mooin the last week
This park open for public is a true piece of reserved green, right at the centre of KL. Well maintained. Great landscape fabulous track. Fauna and flora to be explored.
Coby Khora week ago
As a Malaysian, this is one of the best parks in the city. The park features various themes and styles, making it suitable for different types of photo shoots. Additionally, it’s a great place for casual jogging. If you have kids, they will love the park’s playground. I highly recommend visiting if you live nearby and want to experience nature
yusuf mohideena week ago
I absolutely loved it ! It’s a huge place with lots to see such as the bird park (I didn’t have time to visit this though, you also need a ticket for this whereas the Perdana gardens itself is free for entrance), there’s also a deer enclosure which is free and the whole places give a vibe of being in east Malaysia. I would recommend going when it’s rainy or after a rainy period because when I went, it was a storm but it was so much fun to play in the rain and breathe in the sweet petrichor while exploring the entire park.
Mr Johns2 months ago
Nice big park in middle of KL. I think the green line MRT can get you to the museum next door, otherwise a Grab car can get you to either of the entrances. There is a section with deer, and birds, lizards and squirrels about. There are some fountains, the river and special plant areas like orchids and palms. Big playground. Lots of shady areas. Some parts are a bit rundown and the only food shop I saw looked closed at 11am on a Monday so maybe only opened on weekends?
Vijay Ga month ago
Situated in the heart of the city. This place is good to go for your morning walks and some picnic.
The national museum, national planetarium, butterfly Park and the bird park are all walking distance with in this large park. Easily you can clock up pedometer steps while enjoying nature within this KL concrete jungle.
Public toilets available.
Kids play ground available
Parking is limited as there are some construction near the parking space.
Suggested timing visiting is early in the mornings 6am.
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