Where to go in Kuala Lumpur (Garden in KL): Scootering in Lake Garden

Sometimes you don’t know what to do in Kuala Lumpur, and you need to tune out from the noises in a busy city life. The veins of green space that run through the city, the elements of the natural world that persist amid the concrete, and the sights and sounds of living things that are often drowned out by city life. 

KL Lake Garden is located at the heart of the city. There are not only the greenery of the lush botanical park , but also there are KL Bird Park (the World’s largest walk in aviary), butterfly park, deer park orchid and hibiscus Gardens with thousands of species blooming in almost every colour and size. 

Peaceful Woods in Middle of the City

In a Lake Park, the main activities were concentrated on the jogging paths and exercise facilities along the way. If you want the trip to be more interesting, you can definitely meet up with our hosts from Byloka, he/she will definitely design a personalized trip for you. And today, two travelers from our Singapore have explored the Botanic Garden on scooters with host Nick.

In the morning, host came and picked up the travelers. When they arrived the park, Nick was patiently demonstrating and teaching everyone to get used to their scooters. Safety is always the first thing to concern during travelling. And with the host, you don’t worry about that!

Travelers Enjoying the Breeze and the View on Scooter

Host Nick will always go in front of all and introduce the plants and places, and there is another assistant host will be at the back of the group to make sure no one is left out. One of the advantages of travelling with hosts is that they will show the different sides of this city or place through the eye and experience of a local resident.

Travelers Feeding the Fishes,Turtles and Swans

Actually, feeding the fishes or swans is prohibited for general tourists, but when you come with a local host, impossible will become possible.

The Hibiscus Garden

The Hibiscus Garden showcases the various species of Malaysia‚Äôs national flower, the Bunga Raya (Hibiscus Rosa Sinensis). Some of the attractions in the garden include a 4-metre high waterfall, pools and fountains. A lovely colonial style building has been converted into an exhibition hall with a tearoom and a gallery.

Host is Explaining the Travelers the History of Hibiscus Garden

 The KL Deer Park is an enclosed space containing a groomed lake and a few species of deer including mouse deer. The mouse deer is the smallest hoofed animal in the world.   

Travelling with hosts makes everything easier, you don’t even need to be bothered asking strangers to take a photo for you.

Making New Friends Might also be the Reason of Traveling

Experience is available in Byloka now: https://byloka.com/trip/2-hour-small-group-segway-tour-of-perdana-botanical-gardens/83

What to do in Kuala Lumpur: Succulent Terrarium Workshop in KL

Succulents are plants which look fleshy in some parts. Succulents are more likely to store water in their structure, such as leaves or stems. Aloe is one of the examples of Succulents. When you touch the leaf of succulents, you will feel like touching the palm of a soft kitten.

Luckily, you can find the amazing experience of designing your own succulent terrarium with professional teacher in Byloka right now. Playing with soil and plants, is actually a healing process. Especially good for those who are suffering stress and anxiety, these lovely succulents can really calm you down.

Beautiful Succulent Terrarium Made by Like.A.Boss Workshop

Like.A.Boss is a place where boosts your productivity, and helps you to be concentrate on your work or study without getting disturbed.

Cozy Environment of Workshop

When you are tired of going to restaurants and movies for a date, why don’t you bring your friends or families here to enjoy an exordinary experience with them? The succulent workshop is one of the best place to visit in KL for relaxation.

Couples are Helping Each Other to Decorate Their Terrarium

There are all the tools that you might need for making terrarium in front of your desk. First of all, the host will introduce herself and everyone. And then she will briefly tell the topics that she is going to mention in class.

Various types of succulents are ready to be chosen

Choosing succulents is a very interesting process, it includes both artistic and also the scientific thoughts. At the same time you also need to consider the leaf size and colours. Because more vibrant the color is, more sunlight the succulents need. Another important factor for choosing succulent is that the location you are going to put your terrarium. Is it outdoor or indoor? Is it beside the bed or next to the window. Humidity of the location significantly affecting the growth of your succulents.

After choosing the different succulents. You need to put the soil into your terrarium according to the numbers of succulents. And then carefully plant the root of them. Host will also introducing the most popular designs for decoration of succulents according to their very own experience.

In the end, you can choose the small stones or the small figures of decoration to fill up the gap between plants. Remember not to use the big stones or figures. Because they might give excessive pressure to the root of the plant.

Host has prepared an early Christmas gift for everyone
There is always a piece of happiness when you create something by your own hands

Host also mentioned that:” Succulents live longer and healthier when they are together.” Isn’t it like us? No one wants to feel lonely. Actually, you can find a lot of fun and philosophy during the experience in workshop. It is a relaxing way for developing your operational ability and also the patience.

Click to book your experience: https://byloka.com/trip/air-dry-clay-totoro-succulent-terrarium-workshop/75