Majestic FLORIA is Back!

2015 Royal FLORIA Putrajaya The Royal FLORIA Putrajaya, the biggest flower and garden festival in the country, is back, stronger than ever. The floral fest is scheduled to be held from May 30 until June 7, 2015 in the federal administrative capital of Putrajaya. Putrajaya Floria Sdn Bhd managing director, Haslinda Khalid said the floral fest, which is into its eight year, has been gaining international recognition amongst horticulturists, gardening enthusiasts, landscape architects, growers and tourists the world over. Putrajaya Floria Sdn Bhd is a subsidiary company of Perbadanan Putrajaya to manage the annual festival.   “The floral festival has been playing a significant role in putting Putrajaya on the world map. We want people to think of Malaysia whenever flower show is mentioned,” she was quoted in a recent interview with the New Sunday Times, citing the Chelsea Flower Show in London and the Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show, as examples. The floral festival, she added, is aimed at boosting the local landscape and horticulture industry. Royal FLORIA Putrajaya is offering opportunities to industry players to enhance business potentials and networking in relentless efforts to strengthen their business locally and abroad. The much awaited annual flower and garden festival would be showcasing an abundant variety of flowers over nine consecutive days with lily or lilium as the central flower theme of the festival.   The festival would showcase more than 400,000 flowering plants presented in beautifully rendered garden exhibits. Both flowers and gardens would also be presented in contemporary and new conceptual designs and arrangements by potential participants including those from abroad. The participants comprise local authorities,...

2014 Guangdong Maritime Silk Road International Expo

Meet Us at 2014 Guangdong Maritime Silk Road International Expo Fancy this…Royal Floria Putrajaya is set to scale greater heights as we are promoting the upcoming 2015 Royal Floria Putrajaya in China. This time around, we will be participating in the 2014 Guangdong Maritime Silk Road International Expo, tauted to be one of the largest and iconic international expositions in China. It is scheduled to be held from October 31 till November 2 in the robust town of Houjie, Dongguan City. FYI, Dongguan is a prefecture city in the central Guangdong province. It is a major manufacturing hub with a strong population of 7 million. The city ranks behind Shenzhen, Shanghai and Suzhou in exports amongst Chinese cities, with US$65.5 billion in shipments. We will be setting up booths at the exposition to draw and attract potential international participants to take part in Royal Floria Putrajaya scheduled to be held in June next year. Apart from hyping up the event, there will be a galore of activities to attract Chinese landscape architects and flower and garden orchard owners to participate in the grand flower show in this part of the world. One of the attractions to sway the interest of Chinese participants will be the China-Malaysia Friendship Garden located at the currently constructed park known as Anjung Floria. The RM1.5 million Lingnan-styled garden, adorned with distinctive Chinese elements, is built to mark the 40th anniversary of ties between Malaysia and China. In the garden, the white Cempaka or michelia alba – the official flower of Dongguan city, China – was planted to symbolise friendship, diplomatic relations and mutual understanding...

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