Listen to and view wildlife on Mt Salak
Lotus Water-Lily
The Lotus (Nelumbo nucifera) symbolizes purity, beauty, majesty, grace, fertility, wealth, richness, knowledge and serenity. Nelumbo nucifera is known by a number of common names, including Sacred lotus and Sacred water-lily.

The Lotus is a sacred flower for Hindus and Buddhists. It is symbolically equal to the Buddha for Buddhists.

Lotuses are found in white and pink colors in general and they grow in shallow and murky waters. The plant has its roots firmly in the mud and sends out long stems to which their leaves are attached. The leaves are sometimes, and Lotus flowers always, raised above the water surface. The beautiful, fragrant Lotus flowers enjoy warm sunlight that open in the morning while petals fall in the afternoon.
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Pagoda Flowers
The Pagoda flower, (Clerodendrum paniculatum) is native to tropical Asia. When in bloom, the pagoda plant, with its dramatic red-orange flowers arranged in a large bell, is an eye-catcher. The Pagoda flower is commonly grown in Asia as a medicinal plant. An infusion of the flowers is consumed as a purgative and a poultice of leaves applied to the abdomen can relieve a distended stomach. Its roots and leaves are said to have medicinal value as an anti-inflammatory and sedative. Magical attributes have also been assigned to this plant. In Malaysia, the plant is used to summon spirits and confer protection from harm.
Hibiscus Plant& Dried
Hibiscus rosa-sinensis is a bushy, evergreen shrub or small tree growing 2.5–5 m (8–16 ft) tall and 1.5–3 m (5–10 ft) wide, with glossy leaves and solitary, brilliant red flowers in summer and autumn. The 5-petaled flowers are 10 cm (4 in) in diameter, with prominent orange-tipped red anthers

The flowers of Hibiscus rosa-sinensis are edible and are used in salads or as an herbal tea made as an infusion from crimson or deep magenta-coloured calyces (sepals) of the roselle (Hibiscus sabdariffa) flower. It is consumed both hot and cold. The flower is additionally used for worship, and the red variety is especially prominent, having an important part in tantra. In Indonesia, these flowers are called "kembang sepatu", which literally means "shoe flower".
Magnolia Flowers
Genus: Magnolia, species: Magnolia champaca Also known as the white champaca, this is a flowering plant that is commonly cultivated in tropical regions of Asia. Names in other languages include kantil in Indonesian. The flowers are widely cultivated as ornamental in tropical and subtropical regions of Southeast Asia for the strongly fragrant flowers. An essential oil is extracted from the flowers.
Ground Orchids
Ground orchids (Spathoglottis-plicata) are a species of terrestrial orchid found in tropical and subtropical Asia. It is commonly known as the Large Purple Orchid. It is found in seasonally inundated and other moist areas, in sunny areas near swamps, seepages, and small streams.
Pigeon Orchids
Commonly called pigeon orchid (Dendrobium crumenatum), is a member of the family Orchidaceae. It is native to Indonesia and New Guinea and grows in many localities from full sun to deep shade.

The bloom cycle is triggered 9 days after a sudden drop in temperature (at least 5.5 °C or 10 °F), usually as a result of rain. Pigeon orchids are fragrant, but the scent lasts only for one day.
Ginger Flowers
Scarlet Earth Ginger flowers (Achasma megalocheilos) are often seen in the forest, growing out of the ground at a height of only 1-2 centimeters.