6 stunning botanical gardens in Malaysia that plant parents should visit


Perdana Botanical Gardens is KL’s premier park. This tropical garden features exotic blooms, luxuriant foliage, impressive sculptures and majestic raintrees. — Tourism Malaysia

Two hours. That’s the amount of time it takes to make us feel immediately better when surrounded by nature.

A study involving 20,000 people showed that spending at least 120minutes a week in nature is associated with good health and well-being.

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