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.
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!
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.
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 showcases the various species of Malaysia’s 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.
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.
Experience is available in Byloka now: https://byloka.com/trip/2-hour-small-group-segway-tour-of-perdana-botanical-gardens/83