Penang Botanic Gardens
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your arrival will be greeted by cheeky monkeys your eyes will be amazed by the various types of protected plants, flowers and trees. Local favorite spot for picnic, running and relaxing spot
A beautiful place with free entrance fee to view different kind of orchids, flowers, plants very greenery place nice to relax and have picnic. There's a lot of monkey but not allowed to feed them.
Morning exercise place also with tasty English breakfast restaurant at low price there!
A very well kept state botanical garden with many exotic plant species. Worth a visit early in the morning to avoid the hot afternoon sun.
Mornings and late afternoons are the best times to enjoy a stroll along the park. Suitable for nature lovers.
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