Botany bay is the name given to the ancient town of Borneo, the birthplace of the first settlers in modern day Malaysia.
Botany Bay is the home of a number of native and exotic plants and flowers including kangaroo, tiger, rose, rosea, rosemary, rosebud, yew, and many others.
It’s a place of culture, science, and the art of growing and harvesting the plants that provide us with the essential food we eat.
Here are some of our favorite botanical gardens in the world.1.
The Botanical Garden at Pahang (Philippines) Located in the heart of the city of Pahong, the Botanical Gardens of Pahanung are a place to discover a variety of botanical plants that are indigenous to the region.
Pahangs botanical garden is home to more than 1,000 species, which are native to Pahanger islands, which form a chain from Indonesia to the Philippines.
It was founded in 1856 by King George III, the son of King John of England.
Pahanangs botanic garden has an extensive collection of botanicals, from edible herbs to aromatic flowers, and medicinal plants, and has a history dating back to the 16th century.
The garden features more than 60 botanical species, many of which are used for medicinal purposes.
You can also see plants that were not considered plants by the early botanists of Pohang, such as daisy, chrysanthemum, chinquapin, dahlia, dandelion, daffodil, kiwi, and more.2.
The Pahoyan Botanical Conservancy (Philippinas) Located at Pahanang City in the middle of the island of Peninsular Malaysia, the Pahoyaan Botanic Conservancy is an ecologically friendly and ecologically rich garden.
The Conservancy’s focus is to protect biodiversity, conserve natural resources, and support sustainable urban development.
The conservancy’s collection is composed of more than 150 species of plants and shrubs and it is managed by a board of trustees, which includes the Prime Minister of Malaysia, Minister of Environment, and Chief Scientist.
The Gardens of the Pahanoyaan Conservancy are open to the public and provide a variety in the beautiful gardens that surround it.3.
The Dangi Botanical Reserve (China) The Dungan Botanica, which is located in the city city of Daigou in the northeast of Henan Province, is home of more the world’s rare and beautiful plants.
Located in this beautiful part of China, the Dungans botanical conservancy has a large collection of plants that range from flowering plants to aromatic plants, which it uses to help manage the ecosystem.4.
The Banyan Tree Garden (India) Located on the banks of the Saraswati River, this botanical preserve is the birthplace for many different botanical varieties, which can be seen throughout the gardens.
The botanical variety garden features several species of rare, endangered and exotic plant and is home for the beautiful flowers of the Banyang Tree Garden.5.
The Munkai Botanical Sanctuary (Indonesia) This botanical sanctuary is located at Munki, one of the most beautiful places in Indonesia.
The sanctuary is home both to botanical specimens and the wild animals that inhabit the sanctuary.
It also houses a range of indigenous plants and insects, which also help the flora to thrive.6.
Banyu Biosphere Reserve (India, Bangladesh) Banyuvu, the Bannu Banyuk, and Mumbra Biosphere Reserves in Bangladesh are home to some of the world best-known and most beloved plants.
The biodiversity and diversity of these biomes are amazing and offer a glimpse into a world that we have never seen before.7.
The Garden at the National Botanical Park (India and Pakistan) This is a botanical reserve in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, which consists of more about 1,500 plant species.
Located on an area of nearly 6,000 acres, this area includes more than 40,000 unique plants and is a haven for the world of flora and fauna.
The gardens are open year-round and offer an array of botanic plants that include flowers, shrubs, and trees.8.
The Hengchow Botanical Conservation (China and Vietnam) Located near the Chinese border, the Hengchiow Botanic Conservation is home in Ho Chi Minh City.
The area is home mostly to wild animals and plants, but the Botanic Gardens of HengChow are open seasonally to the general public.
There are over 1,100 plant species and the Botanists are dedicated to conserving the flora and wildlife of the area.9.
Botanical Centre of Malaysia (Malaysia) Located just outside Kuala Lumpur, the Gardens of Bot