The hibiscus is Malaysia's national flower and comes in many colours and forms. I grow them in my garden and so we were looking forward to seeing them in profusion. Maybe we picked the wrong day ( the individual flowers don't last very long) but there seemed to be an air of neglect about the hibiscus garden...the fountains were switched off and many of the flowers beds were overgrown with weeds.
Don't let this put you off as there are many other attractions close by so no time need be wasted. Easily reached on the hop on hop off bus service, get off at stop 15 (bird park) and cross over the road. It is adjacent to the orchid garden where some development works are taking place which might explain why the hibiscus garden was a little disappointing.
Admission is free, certainly on weekdays. Hibiscus are well worth photographing given the variety of colours and forms.
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