Putrajaya Secret Garden
Putrajaya isn’t all office buildings and grand avenues. It may be Malaysia’s federal administrative centre, but there are countless fun attractions hiding out in the city – including a glittering new attraction dubbed Putrajaya Secret Garden. This new attraction, located across Pulse Grande Hotel, will leave visitors in awe with the spectacle of beautiful neon lights draped and wrapped around trees in a park – just like in the blockbuster film, Avatar.
A new attraction in Putrajaya with magical lights
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There’s something about colourful, illuminated forests that appeals to our sense of wonder – no matter how old we are.
Enter Putrajaya Secret Garden, which will be of interest to those who love illuminated spectacles. Located at Taman Putra Perdana in Putrajaya, the garden is an ethereal sight – spot neon lights of changing colours draped across tree branches, and fairy-lights embellishing almost every corner of the garden.
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Bushes are gleaming with flowers and pulsing with lights, seemingly alive and magical.
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With how mesmerising the sight is, locals have been comparing it to the world of Pandora from Avatar – for good reason, as the park looks right out of a scene from the movie.
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Plenty of photo spots for the ‘Gram
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Putrajaya may have been voted the least romantic state in Malaysia back in 2020, but visitors can expect to spend a memorable date night strolling through the illuminated garden with their SO.
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While you’re there to take in the tantalising sights and light displays, do be sure to take a ton of pictures as well.
Besides the neon-lit trees that simulate bioluminescent colours, watch as the entire garden comes alive at night, emanating vibrant colours and dazzling glows – as if the stars have somehow found their way down to earth. There are various photo spots too, including gleaming sculptures in the shape of dinosaurs that you and your kiddos will want to check out.
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Putrajaya Secret Garden is a new attraction in Putrajaya
Putrajaya Secret Garden is open to the public, and there is no need to pay a fee of any sort to enter the garden.
So, bookmark this surreally beautiful garden if you are planning to make a trip to Putrajaya – or simply use it as an excuse to visit the city. This otherworldly garden will be sure to bring your Avatar-fantasies to life.
Address: Taman Putra Perdana, Jalan Putra Perdana, Presint 1, 62000 Putrajaya, Wilayah Persekutuan Putrajaya
Opening hours: 24 hours, Daily
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