Floria Putrajaya 2022

Royal Floria 2022 Putrajaya

Great news for horticulture fans as Floria Putrajaya 2022 is back this year after a two-year hiatus from the Covid19 pandemic. This event is also known as Floria DiRaja Putrajaya 2022.

For those who have been overnight gardens or plant lovers because of the Covid19 lockdowns, this is the one show you should attend in Malaysia.

Floria Putrajaya 2022

This major flower and garden exhibition is now known as Royal Floria 2022 and is a yearly event in the heart of Putrajaya that is held for almost a week, with the theme - Floria Hebat, or Fantastic Floria.

The official flower for this year's festival is the internationally and locally loved Orchid, which visitors will see all over the event.

Putrajaya Floria 2022
One of the floral displays by DBKL.

It also takes place during the week of Merdeka or Malaysia Independence Week, which falls at the end of August. This year's Royal Floria 2022 is from 29 August to 4 September.

As I have been a plant and garden lover for over 30 years, this horticulture event is something I never miss yearly.

This entire event revolves around flowers, plants and gardens, so if you are a fan, this event is worth exploring.

Putrajaya Floria 2022
The official poster.

Flower lovers can expect favourites such as Bonsai, Bromeliad, Chrysanthemum, Hibiscus, Heliconia, Rose, Bougainvillea, Begonia, and Lilies.

And if you are also new to this, meaning you only started plants and gardens since Covid 19, you may want to read this article about the complete guide to Royal Floria Putrajaya.

The last Royal Floria 2019 saw over 1,000,000 people attending, and the event featured 61 showcase garden lots with 43 international participants from 23 countries.

For this year's Floria DiRaja Putrajaya 2022, the organisers expect a minimum of 500,000 visitors. There will also be over 400,000 flowers and plants on display, which includes 10,000 orchids.

International Participants Royal Floria Putrajaya
One of the mesmerising flower creations at the last Royal Floria.

International Participants for Royal Floria 2022

This year, the organisers will receive international participation from Singapore, China, Indonesia, Korea, Thailand, Taiwan, Germany and New Zealand.

They will showcase some of their creations in special air-conditioned tents with unique and exciting floral designs.

Unique Areas Not to Miss at Floria 2022

There are several exciting and specially created areas using flowers that visitors should not miss, and they include;

  • Red Karoemt or Sky Walk 
  • Gemerlapan Floria
  • Clock Meadow
  • Wall of Orchids
  • Glow in the Dark Park
  • Floral Pavilion
  • VIP Orchid Show

Royal Floria Putrajaya Competition
Visitors take photos with some of the flower displays.

Contest for Royal Floria 2022

As always, there will be numerous contests taking place throughout the event, and those interested may check out some of the contests below;

  1. Terrarium Contest
  2. Orchid Contest
  3. International Contest
  4. Photography Contest
  5. Social Media Contest
For the latest up-to-date information, I recommend you follow the Royal Floria Facebook Page, which is now very active in updating information.

Floria 2022
Visitors take photos at night.

Quick FAQ

  • When is Floria Putrajaya 2022? Floria Putrajaya is happening from 29 August to 4 September.
  • Where is Floria Putrajaya? The flower and horticulture show takes place at Presint 4 of Putrajaya.
  • How to Go to Floria Putrajaya? The best way is to self-drive here and use Waze or Google Maps to search for Anjung  Floria.

Tickets for Royal Floria 2022

  • MyKad Adult - RM15.00
  • MyKad Child (7-12) - RM5.00
  • MyKad Child (Under 6) / OKU - Free


  • Adult - RM100.00
  • Child (7-12) / Senior Above 60 - RM50.00
  • Child (Under 6) / OKU - RM30.00

Additional Information

For the record, I also run a hobbyist Malaysia Plants website and blog, focusing mainly on some of the rare jungle ferns and plants. But it could be more active than I would like it to be.

The Penang Floral Festival started in 2015, but I never did explore this northern horticulture event.

Royal Floria Orchids
An orchid vendor at the Floria Bazaar.

Past Floria Putrajaya Events

Below is a breakdown of the past events that have taken place in Putrajaya, each with the theme of flowers.

  • Royal Floria Putrajaya 2021 - Cancelled because of Covid 19
  • Royal Floria Putrajaya 2020 - Cancelled because of Covid 19
  • Royal Floria Putrajaya 2019 - Mother of All Gardens, Orchids, and Bonsai
  • Royal Putrajaya Floria 2018 - 10 Wonders of Floria, every theme flower from the last 9 years
  • Royal Putrajaya Floria 2017 - There was no event this year
  • Royal Putrajaya Floria 2016 - Chrysanthemum Theme
  • Royal Putrajaya Floria 2015 - Lily Theme
  • Floria Putrajaya 2014 - Begonia Theme
  • Floria Putrajaya 2013 - Orchid Theme (Orkid)
  • Putrajaya Floria 2012 - Flower Paper Theme (Bunga Kertas)
  • Putrajaya Floria 2011 - Rose Theme 
  • Floria Putrajaya 2010 - Heliconia Theme
  • Floria Putrajaya 2009 - Orchid Theme (Orkid)
  • Floria Putrajaya 2008 - There was no event for this year
  • Floria Putrajaya Flower and Garden Exhibition 2007 - Hibiscus Theme


I honestly cannot wait for Floria Putrajaya 2022 because I've been yearning to see what has been cooked up for the last two years of the Covid19 pandemic.

Many plants and garden lovers like me have also been waiting for this event to happen, and it will likely be a full house when it does open to the public for a week.

Malaysia Asia

Blogging since 2007, but writing online since 1997. I belong to the 1st generation of worldwide bloggers, which is of course old-school. Since 2008, I created Malaysia Asia and this travel, flood, gadget and lifestyle blog has won numerous physical awards from tourism boards around Malaysia. (Not those online awards). After 12 years of blogging, I have semi-retired and now blog about things I like, do product reviews and enjoy life. My work has been featured in Lonely Planet, CNN Travel, Yahoo Travel, Wall Street Journal, and many other international publications. Find out more about me and thank you.

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