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Sunday, May 31, 2015

Royal Floria Putrajaya 2015 has started!

Royal Floria Putrajaya 2015 was officially launched on Saturday, 30th May 2015. This is the 8th Floria which is an annual flower and gardening festival held in Malaysia. The venue is at Anjung Floria, Precinct 4, Putrajaya, Malaysia. The period is from 30th May - 7th June 2015 which coincides with the Malaysian school holidays.

For details of the daily program activities, please click here.

Starting this year, there is an entrance fee charged.

Tickets cost is as follows:
Malaysian: Adult (RM 5.00) Senior Citizen and Child (RM 1.00)
Non-Malaysian: Adult (RM 10.00) Child (RM 5.00)

You can also buy the tickets online but there is an additional charge (online fee) of RM 1.00 per adult: (Click here). The extra online charge can be summarized as follows:
Malaysian: Adult (RM 1.00) Child (FREE)
Non-Malaysian: Adult/Child (RM 1.00)

“Royal Floria Putrajaya 2015 has started!”, a copyrighted post, was written for My Nice Garden blog by Autumn Belle @ on 31st May 2015

What's NEW this year is the Spring and Winter Gardens. There is a separate charge of RM 3.00 per person for entry to the Spring and Winter Gardens. At the time of writing this post, I have no photos to share about the Spring and Winter Gardens. I have already purchased the ticket but decided to postpone my visit to another day due to the extremely long queue.

Updated on 2nd June 2015: Winter Garden Show

Spring Garden Show:

Other highlights include the followings:
1. Feature Gardens - Pinwheel Garden, Galleria D'Floria, Fantasy Garden, English Garden and the permanent Malaysia-China Friendship Garden.

2. Special Gardens - PPJ (Perbadanan Putrajaya) Garden, Royal Garden, Spa Garden, PJH (Putrajaya Holdings) Garden, Cats Pavillion

3. Government & Corporate Gardens - Melaka Landscape Department (Visit to Melaka), Brightmark Sdn Bhd (Fancy and Vibrant, Whimsical Garden), Famcon Strength Sdn Bhd (Bucolic Garden of the Hobbits), State Governments of Johor (Outdoor Activities) and Trengganu (Marine Life), Tourism Malaysia (back to wilderness and Glamping), DBKL, MBPJ, MPSP, PKNS, Wetlands PPJ, Alam Flora, MARDI, Etc.

4. School and University Gardens
5. Designer Gardens by local and international designers and architects.
6. Garden Bazaar & Hortimart and Arts and Craft Pavilion

Royal Floria Putrajaya 2015 was officially declared open by Her Majesty Raja Permaisuri Agong Tuanku Hajah Haminah on 30th May 2015. Here she is taking a walk around the Royal Garden which is a replica of the Istana Seri Menanti palace of Negeri Sembilan featuring Minangkabau architecture.

The entrance to this garden features a pair buffalo horns (tanduk kerbau). This garden is landscaped with palm trees, native plants and ornamental shrubs. Highlights include a water fountain with the royal crest of Negeri Sembilan and replicas of the Panca Persada or Balai Bersiram and the Tahta Rencana or Royal Carriage.

The booth representing Embassy of Ecuador at the Indoor Floral Pavilion.
The words "ama la vida" is Spanish meaning "Loves Life".
This simple Spanish phrase is the national slogan of the nation of Ecuador.

The International Orchids Competition is held indoors and located just next to (and connecting to) the Floral Pavilion.

 Representatives from Latina Farms promoting Ecuadorian Roses at the booth of The Embassy of Ecuador.

Ecuadorian Roses are among the finest roses in the world.Ecuadorian These roses are exhibited for the first time at Floria Flower and Garden Festival at Royal Floria Putrajaya 2015. Don't miss the chance to see the world famous Ecuadorian Roses at Putrajaya Floria. View them here inside the Indoor Floral Pavilion along teh Embassy Booths. The roses are not available for sale at Malaysian florists yet, and are all imported. 

 Ecuadorian Roses

Ecuadorian Roses 

Hippeastrum Lilies in many colours are on display.
Some flowers are quite huge, the size of the palm of my hand!

Members of Liliaceae are the hightlight of Floria 2015, theme "Tapestry of Hues"

How to go there:
1. When using WAZE, type Anjung Floria Precinct 4, Putrajaya
2. When driving, enter via the KLIA expressway and you should reach Jambatan Saujana which is right next to Floria site.
3. Public transport - bus/train from KL Sentral to Putrajaya Sentral, thereafter feeder buses to Floria site. Train - take KLIA Express train from KL Sentral. The train fare is RM 9.50. Stop at Putrajaya/Cyberjaya train station which is connected to Putrajaya Sentral Bus Station. Look for the Floria bus at Platform 4, the bus fare is RM 0.50.

Additional information or enquiries, please visit Royal Floria Putrjaya website here or facebook here.


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