National flower of Malaysia is the hibiscus are categorized in the 'Genus Hibiscus'.
Hibiscus flower has five petals and was named as the national flower in 1960 by the first Prime Minister, the late YTM Tunku Abdul Al-Rahman Al-Haj
The red color of the hibiscus flower represents nature brave face challenges and shape the petals of a flower found on the following purposes:
Achieve unity among the people establish democracy in the country
Create a fair and just society in which the wealth of
Create a free society for a variety of cultural practices
Creating a sophisticated and intelligent in technology development.