Taiping's greenery has been well-preserved way before Malaysia got it's independence. You would not have truly explored Taiping if you do not step foot into at least one of the parks listed below.

Taiping Lake Gardens

No trip is complete to Taiping without at least taking a drive around the Taiping Lake Gardens. This brainchild of Colonel Robert Sandilands Frowd Walker was formed around an abandoned tin mine in 1880. From afar you will see shady Angsana trees planted in a line near the lake. The branches somewhat seem like they're reaching out to the lake water to quench their thirst.

Spritzer EcoPark

Flaunting recreational offices and exercises, alongside verfiable and instructive attractions and visits - it's a retreat ideal for the two families and companions trying to bond. In the event that recreational gathering exercises are your thing, there's the Signature Hole Golf and 18-opening Mini Golf courses. On the off chance that finding is more your type, tale a plant visit to Malaysia's biggest filtered water dispenser and learn while entering to The Discovery Tunnel, or investigate the wonders of the rainforest on the Tree Tag Walkabout.

Taman Botanik Perak, Taiping

A year ago the National Landscape Department chose to make the generally lovely Taiping city much more quiet and appealing by building Taman Botani Perak. This is the third public greenhouse after the commencement of Johor Botanical Garden and Sarawak Botanical Garden. This new Taman Botani Perak is arranged close to the other well known Taiping Lake Garden.