Falling short of being Cyberjaya’s pride

Photos By StoryPhotos GRACE CHEN

The boardwalk in Cyberjaya Lake Gardens is missing a handrail as shown above.

WATER lilies, bougainvillea and other flowering plants add a touch of colour to the shady green trees in Cyberjaya Lake Gardens.

The boardwalk, running through a wetland marsh, is a good spot for birdwatching while the water pavilion makes an ideal spot for yoga.

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