The Kepong Botanic Garden is developed to be the center for living plant collections mainly for Malaysian plants. This garden will create research opportunities in botany, horticulture, landscape and other related fields. Plants from the wild will be systematically collected and planted in the garden for display and as a center for ex-situ conservation. Horticulture and landscaping education, research and development will be another strong feature of the garden.
All visitors must abide by the rules and regulations stated in the FRIM Visitors’ Guide.