Hibiscus #Bungaraya: Malaysia’s national flower

Hibiscus #Bungaraya is Malaysia’s national flower. It had has chosen as a national flower in 1960 by the then ministry.

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Do you know the hibiscus had to go through the stuff competition between rose, jasmine, lotus, ylang, frangipani, and bunga tanjung?

While east coast people prefer rose; the west coast prefers rose the hibiscus won the game.

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The best remembrance of hibiscus is when Malaysia was chosen as a Commonwealth Games XVI organiser back in 2018 & Visit Malaysia 2007. A super gorgeous brilliant logo and designs were seen at every corner of Malaysia.

The designs had a very close resemblance to the hibiscus that the whole nation celebrates it.

You can easily spot hibiscus flowers almost everywhere in Malaysia along the roadsides and government buildings.

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The same no longer exists. I wonder how many Malaysians still remember what our national flower is.

Patriotism is no longer strong.

Hibiscus is far hidden from the naked eye. Its celebration is fading away.

I miss those days. The hibiscus and the country.

Happy Independence. #HappyMerdeka

tatta, (bubbye)

#tamaka

Credit

Photo 1: Photo by #tamakaphotography

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One response to “Hibiscus #Bungaraya: Malaysia’s national flower”

  1. What a beautiful flower. I love hibiscus tea, it’s so good.

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