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KLCC Park, Kuala Lumpur

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Head to KLCC Park for a relaxing natural environment in the midst of a modern metropolis. Designed by esteemed architect and ecological activist Roberto Burle Marx, the park offers a welcome counterpoint to the extreme development of the downtown area, providing 20 hectares (49 acres) of landscaped public space. Head to the huge man-made lake and enjoy traversing the grounds, spotting the ornamental features dotted here and there. Exercise enthusiasts should try out the long jogging track made from a special rubberized material, providing extra comfort and decreasing the chance of injury. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to KLCC Park by using our Kuala Lumpur trip planner.
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  • Very relaxing and nice place to have a stroll. Beautiful with greenery and flowers. Can get a full view of KLCC from here.  more »
  • Planned to go to KLCC Park with my families for a picnic. We parked nearby to the entrance of the park but it was closed and we have to walk around 1 or 2 km to get to the only entrance open (which...  more »
  • The Central Park of Malaysia! The park is filled with locals and tourists. An amazing place to go jogging or to bring your children, they have a huge playground and a children's pool. The lake lights up at 7.30pm and the lake symphony starts at 8.00pm which is really beautiful to see. People sit around the lake to watch the beauty. There's no vendor stalls around the area. It's wheelchair friendly.
  • Iconic twin towers of Kuala Lumpur. A must-visit for everyone. Besides great photo opportunities, walk around the well-maintained Eco Park which has specimens of several rainforest flora which are easily identifiable with QR codes attached to each one of them. The Park has a children’s playground, a musical fountain with nightly shows, an outdoor exercise area, a joggers track and large spaces for hanging out. Humidity is very high though especially during daytime so dress lightly. The first few floors of KL City Centre houses an upmarket mall and a wide range of F&B outlets. The nearby state-of-the-art Aquarium is definitely worth a visit.

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