Dataran Bunga Raya Shah Alam

Located towards the eastern side of Shah Alam Lake Gardens (Taman Tasik Shah Alam), the Hibiscus Square features rows and rows of pink, red, fuschia, peach and white hibiscus.

Dataran Bunga Raya Shah Alam
Pretty sight: The five-petalled variety of the hibiscus in peach at the park.

Fun Fact
Hibiscus rosa-sinensis (Bunga Raya in Malay, meaning ‘Celebratory Flower’) was declared the national flower of Malaysia on 28 July 1960.


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Pesiaran Tasek, Seksyen 14,
40000 Shah Alam,
Selangor, Malaysia


Residents of Shah Alam no longer need to travel all the way to Kuala Lumpur’s Hibiscus Park to feast their eyes on the national flower. The capital city of Selangor now has its very own Dataran Bunga Raya (Hibiscus Square).

In the evenings, visitors can be seen taking leisurely strolls in the park, as a gentle fountain adds to the peace and serenity of the area.

Couples and newlyweds frequently have their wedding photos taken at this scenic section of the lake gardens.

The Bunga Raya’s five petals symbolizes the country’s Rukunegara (National Principles) and the bright red colour represents courage and strength.

Opening hours

Always open

Price/Entrance fees

Entry to the Shah Alam Lake Gardens and hibiscus square is free

Parking: There are several entry points and public parking areas surrounding the park.


Dataran Bunga Raya Shah Alam (Hibiscus Square) is located within walking distance (±500m) from the following destinations:

It is also 10-15 minutes’ drive from:


Best Western i-City Hotel
Laman Green Boutique Hotel
Concorde Hotel


Here is another map showing the entrance to Dataran Bunga Raya Shah Alam.

How to get to Dataran Bunga Raya Shah Alam

The best way to get here is by driving. Dataran Bunga Raya Shah Alam is accessible via four (4) main highways – NKVE, KESAS, Federal and GUTHRIE. The taxi fare is ±RM30 from Kuala Lumpur and ±RM20 from Klang.

By Train
Hop aboard the KTM Komuter train from Kuala Lumpur to Shah Alam station. Thereafter, get a taxi for the short ride (±3.7km) to the hibiscus square.

By Bus
Board RapidKL bus number 750 (previously U80) from Pasar Seni in central Kuala Lumpur towards Shah Alam.

Alternatively, take bus T754 (formerly T529) from Shah Alam KTM station to the hibiscus square.

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