|Tourism Malaysia displays. photo: Tourism Malaysia.|
In a statement issued here Tuesday, she said among the factors which contributed to this was the wide publicity given by the media.
This year, the festival has 21 international floral designers and arrangers from 11 countries as well as five local park designers from the Institute of Landscape Architects Malaysia who displayed their creations.
The ninth floral festival has new attractions such as the Mystical Forest, Chrysanthemum Garden, Mermaid's World, Candy Courtyard, Bonsai, Cat Park and a terrarium workshop (planting in glass containers).
The Putrajaya Royal Floria that was officially opened on Friday, allows visitors to view the spectacular display from 9am to 10.30pm from Monday to Thursday and from 9am until midnight from Friday to Sunday.