Perdana Botanical Garden

Perdana Botanical Garden is the oldest and most popular park in Kuala Lumpur. It is conceived by A.R. Venning in 1888. The landscaped hills and beautiful trails hidden away from the noise provide an escape for city dwellers. Its main attraction is the lake surrounded by lush greenery that provides a refreshing ambience.

The garden contains the largest collection of flower gardens and animal parks in Kuala Lumpur. There are a number of small parks within the Botanical gardens.There are fee per entrance parks like Bird Park and Butterfly Park and there are free parks like Deer Park, Hibiscus Garden and Orchid Garden. there are variety of outdoor sculptures erected along the area including a scale mockup of England’s Stonehenge.

At the middle of the garden, there is a spot called Laman Perdana. This is where various of events took place. The square is fitted with a massive semi-transparent awning, the cafes and gazebos overlooking the gardens.

The garden is relatively flat with plenty of walking paths and trees providing ample shade, but there is an inexpensive tram services that explores the Gardens and the areas around it. The ticket costs MYR 6 for adult and RM1 2or children.

The garden is also accessible by public transportation. The nearest station is Kuala Lumpur KTM Komuter Station.

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Opening Hours

Daily: 7.00 a.m – 8.00 p.m


No entrance fee.


Jalan Kebun Bunga, Tasik Perdana, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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Hear From Others

Forest trees expand in all areas of the botanical gardens assorting with others flora and fauna, these main garden tracks are suitable for major healthy activities; Walking, Jogging, Cycling and many more. You can easily spot squirrels, the local residents along the trees munching seeds from the trees.


There are lots of water features, and gazebos under which you can sit to shelter from the sun. Roads do wind through the Lake Gardens but I didn’t find noise pollution to be a problem, and as such a lot of enjoyment and relaxing could be undertaken around these waterways and gazebos without being disturbed.


The place was well kept and the walk across from the car park towards the children play area and the lake felt like a breeze. Pleasant weather and fresh air. We stopped for photos, quick drinks and fed the koi fish when we reached the lake, while people were running around having a good time.

Haris Abdul Rahman

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