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The capital of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur or K.L. is also proudly known as a “green city”, and the Kuala Lumpur Lake Gardens is a testament to this. These beautiful gardens cover 91.6 hectares and were founded in the mid 1880’s, and include several different gardens, pavilions, and surround a manmade lake. The exotic Orchid Garden contains over 800 orchids that are native only to Malaysia, while the Hibiscus Garden is a riot of color in the spring and summertime. Since the hibiscus is the national flower of Malaysia, it only makes sense that this garden is truly one of the most spectacular, with large fountains and elaborate sculptures it also features an elegant tearoom so visitors can rest and enjoy the view. Another spectacular area of the garden is Butterfly Park. Not only are the over 600 different species of butterflies in the park, there are over 15,000 native Malaysian plants used to create a stunning rain forest. Other attractions in the Lake Gardens include a collection of fragrant Plumeria trees and a Heliconia garden. A mysterious sunken garden can be toured from above ground, while the park’s collection of rare fruit trees will have visitors heading straight for the area’s local produce venders. Visitors who are looking for a unique shopping experience will love all of the stores and local venders in both of the Bangsar Villages. Connected by a covered bridge, these two villages are devoted to providing a luxurious shopping experience. The Palate Palette is one of the best known local bar and café. It’s creative design and fun atmosphere has made it a popular destination for both locals and tourists. The Imbi Market has almost anything for sale, including one of the best breakfasts in the city. For tourists lucky enough to be there at sunrise, they can join with the locals and catch up on all of the gossip. The Thean Hou Temple is dedicated to the “Holy Mother” and is one of the most visually stunning shrines in Malaysia. History buffs will enjoy the Islamic Arts Museum which houses one of the largest collections of Islamic decorative art in the world. The PETRONAS Twin Towers are an amazing site, and visitors can purchase a ticket to the observation deck on the 86th floor. Not only is the view spectacular, visitors can also walk across the world’s highest double decked bridge which connects the two towers. We will happily deliver hibiscus and other native flowers to most addresses in Kuala Lumpur.