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My wife and me are regular visitors to FLORIA PUTRAJAYA.This is its 8th edition.Previously,it was managed by Putrajaya Corporation but for this year,it is given to a company wholly owned by Putrajaya.It is a flower festival with international participation and also a good opportunity to buy flowers to plant in our own private gardens.

For me,it is not just walking around in  BIG GARDEN but it is a great ooportunity to snap photos of flowers that I seldom see and their creative arrangements never fail to attract me.Flower industry is a billion dollars business in Europe and I do hope that my country can be successful in this business as well.Overall,I saw a great improvement in management,layout,pedestrians movement and facilities but the contents i.e flowers was not as good as the 2010 Flower Festival.

I love flowers,especially tulips in Keukenhof but I am not a gardener like my wife.At home,she takes care of our small garden.She  has green fingers,but I have click fingers.My role is only to take photos.We do the best we can.Well,life is like that folks.


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