UPM Botanical Garden has almost 600 collection of wild plant species as a result from scientific expedition all over the country since 2003.
It is divided into 11 primary zones consisting of aromatic plants, medicinal plants, ulam (herbs), wild gingers, pitcher plant, aquatic plants, forest fruits and ferns.
The pedestrian track is equipped with information boards. This includes an interactive learning with the IPad application and free WIFI facility.
For further information and eDU-PARK® package;
Call : 03-8947 1413 / 03-8947 1414
Putra Science Park,
Universiti Putra Malaysia.
Office of the Deputy Vice Chancellor (Research and Innovation)
Universiti Putra Malaysia
43400 Serdang, Selangor, Malaysia