Known locally as Penang’s “sakura”, these cherry blossoms are Tecoma trees that produce flowers in white and pink colors. The flowers usually bloom during the dry season of the year, such as during February-April or in June-July period. These trees can be found at the Bayan Baru area in Bayan Lepas on the island side and Jalan Raja Uda area on the mainland side.
Chinese New Year decorations at the recently built Central Island Park in Aspen Vision City in Batu Kawan, Penang. For the past several years, the Batu Kawan region has been undergoing several major developments including new townships and highways.
Held at the Penang Botanic Gardens almost every year, the Penang Orchid Show will be exhibiting the various species of the orchids, gardening workshop and also a flower contest for orchid enthusiasts.
Flower stalls lining up Kapitan Keling Mosque Street in George Town, selling flowers for worshippers of the nearby temples.
A recent addition to the Tanjung Tokong Tua Pek Kong temple area is a small park that features colorful LED lighted flowers. This small park near the seaside is built about a very small hill behind the temple, with stairs going around it.
At night, the place becomes Penang’s Avatar Secret Garden.
A beautiful and serene view of the Penang’s Botanic Gardens.
The Tabebuia Rosea, Pink Tecoma, Rosy Trumpet Tree or commonly known by the locals here as Penang Sakura / Cherry Blossoms will be in full bloom again throughout the month of March till April (at times, till early May as well). The trees are planted in various parts of Penang, and if one is lucky, will be able to see the fully bloomed beautiful trees.