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Lake Gardens

Listed under City Parks in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

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Kuala Lumpur has a few pockets of colourful green – in some guides it's referred to as 'the garden city', but this is the city's oldest and most central park, in the middle of the city spreading out around two large lakes. The grass is bright and well tended, and the gardens have an organised layout which you can imagine the British elite would have favoured when they laid it out in the 1880s. There's a designated children's playground, a butterfly park, a bird park, and even a deer park.

The impressive collection of plants are almost all local species, with the bright colours of the orchids some of the most photo-worthy.

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