So here's something that concluded just recently. If you love flowers, and you're in the vicinity of Putrajaya, then this is where one should be. It's an annual thingy and usually happens around May to coincide with the Malaysian Mid Term School Break.
And as my little one has taken a great delight in flowers (or rather his penchant for plucking flowers that we are growing in our little balcony), we decided he should see more of it.
So here we are... Colourful, yes?
Also joining in the exhibitions were schools and colleges displaying their creativity in using everyday items or recycled materials (as they were) and turning them into interesting garden ornaments.
Post Event Musings:
a) Obviously it's best to go early. As early as one can to avoid crowds and have a parking headache later on.
b) This was a 9 day event and best to have gone on it's very first weekend. As we were there on it's very last day, some flowers were showing it's 'age' and of course, can't blame it - especially those in the special exhibition tents
c) There was a marketplace and it mainly sold young / cultivated plants / flowers. But what if you wanted seeds? I think you're out of luck as we didn't see any...
d) There were other exhibition tents but we skip those over long queues, etc...
Official site is here: http://www.floriaputrajaya.com.my/