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Mostly young people on the night we were there, and I guess most nights too. We had dinner at Indochine nearby and decided to walk there and got a Grab back to our hotel. Lucky we did, the place is at the end of a...More
Our kids really enjoyed it. It’s quite a small attraction but the lights are very cool and make for great photographs. Just don’t go to the seafood / crab restaurant nearby - the food there is really substandard and expensive.
Yes its pretty and the lights were amazing and looked just like the avatar jungles in the movie especially when it moved in the breeze from the sea!
But its a really small park and the entry is through a residential area. No signs anywhere....More
You are transformed into a magical garden at night with it's beautiful lighting. The lights hanging down from the tree changes its colour. It's a great place for photography. But do mind your steps because certain area can be quite dark so use the torchlight...More
A Chinese temple switch on light at night. Place for take photo, joy for family and friends, and romance for couple. Besdies lighting show and seafood restaurant, there was nothing.
PS: entrance fee is FOC. 5MYR for car parking.
Thoroughly enjoyed the garden. Loved the lights and it was like the movie avatar. It was magical. There were also other features like the manicured bonsai/hedge garden with stone carved animals by the beach. My boy loved it
Not worth it for a trip there as there’s really nothing spectacular. Dinner at the seafood establishment (more like a coffee shop run by residents) was unsatisfactory. The boss insisted we order crabs or we can’t dine there. There was little variety in their food...More
Found it a pretty once off kinda experience as the lights were pretty to look at. Mum however found it too dark to walk around, and wheelchair-bound grandpa didn't get to enjoy the lights. (The ground is of gravelled stone and sand.) It took half...More
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You can catch a 101 or 102 from Komtar will cost about 2 Ringgits get off at Tescos or the the one after and from there you have to walk. It is not sign pist d you have to walk through a little village, but not far and well... More
You can catch a 101 or 102 from Komtar will cost about 2 Ringgits get off at Tescos or the the one after and from there you have to walk. It is not sign pist d you have to walk through a little village, but not far and well worth it. GRAB is a good alternative 7 Ringitts and if you have the app can catch it too the door and will pick you up from The same place. Go at dusk so you can see the topiary as well as the lights.