What you can do
Hakgala is one of the most beautiful hill country botanical gardens in Asia. The garden was established in the British colonial era in 1861. It stands as the highest set Botanical Garden in the world with an elevation of 5000 – 6000 feet. It boasts 100-year-old monetary cypress trees from California, Japanese Cedars, Himalayan Pines and English Oak. There are over 10,000 species of flora planted here and during the Spring season thousands of visitors come to see the blooms here. The garden is famous for many species of Orchids and Roses that are planted there.