I tried my best to adjust the camera angles to present the better aspect of Taiping Lake Gardens.
I would avoid those dried up lotus ponds, drains and lakes.
Sometimes it is hard to understand what the authority was thinking. The local council planned to construct a RM3.6 million food kiosks and souvenir stores underneath the precious rain trees.
You could see the blue fence with a construction signage on the left. Forest Research Institute Malaysia (FRIM) has expressed the concern that the construction might damage the root system of the iconic rain trees. After a huge public protest in August 2012, the local council finally decided to move the construction site to another part of the lake gardens.
Personally, I think people want a green park and not some tourist kiosks that often being abandoned (after spending millions).