Botanical Garden

13 12 2009

Botanical Garden is located on the Northern section of Precinct 1. It has been designed as an Acadia or a national sanctuary for the Malaysian living collection of plant taxonomy as well as a centre for education and research.

map- taman botani

map- taman botani

Botanical Garden Putrajaya captures in full colour the diversity of tropical flowering species. The collection of plant life assembled here consists not only of plants that are indigenous to Malaysia but includes many species, which are introduced from other tropical countries, stretching across Africa, Tropical America and Asia Pacific.

botanical garden

botanical garden

Botanical Garden Putrajaya gives you a close encounter with some of the world’s most fascinating plants, with about 700 species from over 90 countries of origin. Informative plaques and materials are strategically located to help better understand their complex nature.
A leisurely walk through the garden takes one across natural landscapes displaying the indigenous plants of major tropical regions. Rediscover our tropical heritage as you walk on the tree-high Canopy Bridge, trek up the Heliconia Trail, visit the aptly named Sun Garden, the unique African Collection, the Tropical American Collection and many other attractions.
Botanical Garden Putrajaya is established on 230 acres of what was formerly agricultural land, within the precincts of the nation’s new Federal Government Administrative Centre, Putrajaya.
botanical garden

botanical garden

Opening Hours

Garden: The botanical garden is open daily from 9am – 7pm.

Interactive Exhibition:

The Visitor Interactive Centre is open Tuesday to Sunday from 10am – 6pm.


Admission to the garden is free. Entry fee to the Interactive Exhibition is RM2.


Visitors may park their vehicles at the Main Parking Area. Parking fee is RM1 per entry.

For more information on the Botanical Garden, please contact 603-8889090

botanical garden

botanical garden

botanical garden

botanical garden

Getting there:

By Bus

From Sinar Kota in Kuala Lumpur, you can catch the Park May (Cityliner) bus number 868 to Putrajaya. This bus service operates from 6.30am until 10pm and the fare is about RM2.60. From the temporary bus and taxi terminal at Precinct 9, you can catch a Nadi Putra bus to the Botanical Garden (Taman Botani).

By Rail

You can get to Putrajaya via the KLIA transit train which departs from Kuala Lumpur’s Sentral Station. The train runs every 30 minutes from 5.30am to 1am the next morning, and stops at the Western Transportation Terminal in Precinct 7. From there, you can catch a Nadi Putra bus service to the Botanical Garden (Taman Botani).




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