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National Botanical Garden
Located in Shah Alam, Malaysia's first agriculture park was opened to the public since 1986. It was previously known as "Taman Cahaya Seri Alam Agriculture Park" but is now known as Taman Botani Negara or National Botanical Garden.
The 1,295 hectare of tropical rain forest and agriculture park is one of the largest in the world. Visitors come here to explore the many agricultural plants that are grown here. Paddy field is found here, so are cocoa trees, oil palm, rubber trees, coffee, coconut and other fruit trees. There are many gardens in this park among which are the Animal Park, Spice Garden, Ornamental Garden, Orchid Garden, Cactus Garden, Bamboo Garden and Mushroom Garden.
The cultural complex and traditional houses feature the architecture from different states of Malaysia. The houses in this complex has been fully refurbished after being closed for many years. It is now open for the public to visit.
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