Clear blue skies over Hibiscus Garden Kuala Lumpur.
The Kuala Lumpur Hibiscus Garden was established in 1989 to showcase our National Flower, Hibiscus rosa-sinensis. Nestled in the heart of Kuala Lumpur Lake Gardens and fringed by stately old trees on a hill, this garden promises to be another tourist attraction.
Over 5,000 hibiscus plants of many species and in all colours you can think off are planted on terraces and pergolas for display. The plants are grown in the form of hedge, border shrubs, single bush or as specimens. Other attractions include a Garden Gallery, Courtyard and water features.
Two types of hibiscus are on display. They consists of
a) Hibiscus species such as Hibiscus tilaeceus and Hibiscus mutabilis
b) Hibiscus hybrids such as Orange Pride, Hawaiian Sunset, Kinchen Yellow, All Aglow, etc. The most well-known being Hibsicus rosa-sinensis 'Dr. Mahadhir' and Hibiscus rosa-sinensis 'Dr. Siti Hasmah'.
This garden is opened daily from 9:00am to 6:30pm
Admission is RM 1.00 on weekends and FREE on weekdays.
Contact: Tel: 03-2617 6000, Fax: 03-2698 3850
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