11 public parks in KL, PJ and Shah Alam where you can go for a run safely
Digital Content Director, Kuala Lumpur
Looking for public parks in KL, PJ and Shah Alam where you can go for a run?
With the gradual easing of restrictions, fully vaccinated dwellers of the Klang Valley can return to a semblance of normalcy, including dining out at selected restaurants. According to the latest SOPs, however, booking a table isn’t the only activity you can set out to accomplish; public parks are once again welcoming joggers who simply yearn for a breath of fresh air.
Here is a list of public parks in KL and other neighbourhoods within the Klang Valley where you can stamp your feet literally.
Hero and feature images by Alfred on Unsplash
Located in the quaint suburb of Ara Damansara, this leafy park has a range of recreational facilities, including badminton and basketball courts and playgrounds. The primary attraction, however, is the beautiful body of water festooned with blooming lotus flowers. While this isn’t a dog park, many residents undergo evening strolls with their canine friends.
Image credit: tayrenshen/Instagram
Among the largest in Petaling Jaya, the Kelana Jaya Park can be reached by cars via LDP or a short walk from the Glenmarie Station on the Kelana Jaya LRT Line. Boasting three lakes, this expansive park features jogging tracks and monkey bars. It offers opportunities to spot some wildlife whilst also attracting anglers looking for a good catch. The adjacent Petaling Jaya Stadium is a popular spot with joggers and cyclists as well.
Image credit: haffismusthafa/Instagram
Centrally located in Petaling Jaya, just off the bustling Federal Highway, this park functions as one of the city’s green lungs. Easily accessible via the Taman Jaya LRT Station on the Kelana Jaya LRT Line, all facilities in Taman Jaya revolve around the lake, which is further spruced up with numerous fountains. The nearby Dataran Petaling Jaya, flanked by an A&W outlet, offers opportunities for team sports such as football and rugby, albeit not allowed by current SOPs as of writing.
Image credit: coolgardy/Instagram
This pocket park intersecting some of Petaling Jaya’s most established neighbourhoods of SS2, SEA Park and Taman Paramount is lined with running tracks on its perimeters. Next to the park is the Taman Paramount LRT Station on the Kelana Jaya LRT Line. It is the best place in Petaling Jaya to incinerate some calories before rewarding yourself with delicious treats at neighbouring cafes.
Image credit: _cherryice_/Instagram
Overlooking the Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah Mosque, a landmark of the administrative capital of Selangor, get in for some photo ops. Situated in the civic centre of Shah Alam, the Shah Alam Lake Garden counts a pair of lakes as its main attractions. Canoeing and kayaking can be done here once the SOP permits. For now, however, you can still take full advantage of the paved running tracks encircling the lakes.
Image credit: molirua/Instagram
While choices for Cheras folks are more limited, the Permaisuri Lake Garden more than makes up for it with a futsal court, football pitch and picturesque lake. One of the better maintained parks in KL, it serves as a refuge for water birds, while its manicured lawn makes a terrific picnic spot. It is Bandar Tun Razak’s best-kept secret.
Image credit: eekhor/Instagram
Shutter bugs regularly congregate at Titiwangsa Lake Gardens for its unrivalled vista of KL’s ever-growing skyline. Completely overhauled a couple of years ago, the park reopened to visitors with a range of new attractions and facilities, including spacious running tracks to help you maintain physical distance.
Image credit: nurinn.natasha/Instagram
Here’s another gorgeous park where you can run in KL. Located in Kepong, you’ll find that the park is frequented by families in the evenings, which adds to the entire atmosphere. Seasoned runners will appreciate the specially dedicated running path in the park that extends over 3.8km in a loop.
Written by Chin Poh Nee; Image credit: ig_thehungrypanda/Instagram
The Perdana Botanical Gardens is another popular haunt for runners. Formerly known as Lake Gardens, it’s a large area in the city with lush greenery. You’ll find running here to be an absolute breeze — not because it’s easy, but because all the trees and plants will make it breezy. There are also several canopied spots in the gardens that make for good resting spots and to take some pictures for social media. After all, did you really exercise if it wasn’t documented on Instagram?
Written by Chin Poh Nee; Image credit: serene_ho_3287/Instagram
Bordering one of the great hiking trails in KL, the TTDI Park offers several loops from flat terrains around the lake to the more physically challenging undulated courses. Wildlife is abundant here with resident mobs of monkeys frequently on the look-out for treats and a lake housing innumerable terrapins. The park is a stone’s throw away from the Taman Tun Dr Ismail MRT Station on the MRT Sungai Buloh-Kajang Line.
Image credit: em_the_pregina/Instagram
Bukit Jalil Recreational Park is a great place for you to try different sorts of terrains when running. The area itself was developed for the 1998 Commonwealth Games, and if you head to the International Garden, you’ll see different areas specially designed to represent different countries. Stay on the tarmac trail or go a little off to rake in more kilometres.
Written by Chin Poh Nee; Image credit: cmyliajones/Instagram
Top 7 Theme Parks And Amusement Parks In Kuala Lumpur,
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, offers an array of theme parks to explore. From water parks to a dinosaur-themed park such as Jurassica, everyone in the family will find something they love when visiting Kuala Lumpur. The national capital and largest city in Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur has no shortage of fun. All of the theme parks are set in roughly the same area of Kuala Lumpur, making it possible to visit more than just one of the city’s theme parks. More than just amusement, these parks also offer learning. Here are seven theme parks in Kuala Lumpur that provide unique experiences for the whole family to enjoy.
1. Berjaya Times Square Theme Park
Berjaya Times Square Theme Park is perfect for families with young-school age children. This multi-faceted theme park includes the Fantasy Garden with eight different theme rides, the Galaxy Station offering six “heart-stopping” rides, and four different theme venues available to rent for birthday parties. Such highlights include: Botanic Drive, Buddy-Go-Around, Crazy Bus, and Robo Crash. Tickets can be bought online, and a family deal runs for about 56 USD. School and corporate packages are also available.
Berjaya Times Square Theme Park
Address: LOT 01-26, 01-28 & 01-30 1ST FLR, Berjaya Times Square, Jalan Imbi, Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Website: Berjaya Times Square Theme Park
Opening hours: Daily at 10am
Price of admission: Adult, 17 USD; child, 15.94 USD
i-City Shah Alam is a theme park known for its LED light shows at night. With a multitude of offerings from WaterWorld, SnoWalk, Trick Art Museum, and 5D Theater, there is no shortage of entertainment. Each area of the park requires separate tickets, unless one purchases an “All Day Happy Package” for a promotional price of 36.78 USD (usually 75.76 USD). i-City itself is a wonder to behold, a smart city touting an “Ultrapolis Masterpiece” that focuses on sustainability and technology. The only question is, will you have enough time to see it all?
i-City Shah Alam Admission Ticket
Duration: 3 to 6 hours
District 21 Kuala Lumpur is set inside of I0I City Mall. An apocalypse-themed park, including rides such as Free Fall, Tubby Ride, Maze, Low Ropes, and Ninja Warrior Course. The majority of activities are for both kids and adults, but there are a few parts of District 21 that are only for adults. Great for a rainy day, all the attractions are within a compact space.
District 21 Putrajaya Extreme Park Admission with Return Transfer
Duration: 3 hours
What to do when the kids get crazy? Head to KidZania, a children’s museum to the max, including learning opportunities such as becoming a pilot, prosecutor, or dentist (just to name a short few) for a day. Kids enact their chosen roles, even engaging in the KidZania economy, earning and spending their KidZania currency while visiting. Activities for parents include karaoke, life-size chess, and escape games. This unique theme park offers not only entertainment but also real-life learning. Please note, tickets online offer significant discounts than those purchased in-person, so planning ahead is advisable.
KidZania Kuala Lumpur Admission Ticket
Editor’s Note: There’s no photo available at the time of writing
For every little boy or girl who is fascinated by dinosaurs, Jurassica is the perfect way to spend the day. Journey back in time to explore what life was like when the dinosaurs roamed the earth. Attractions include a neon-lit scavenger hunt, a climbing wall, Design-a-Dino, and Jurassic gym. From fun to learning, Jurassica will keep your young ones enthralled for hours, and perhaps adults will pick up some new knowledge too.
Address: Escapade Discovery Sdn Bhd
Lot T216C, Lingkaran Syed Putra
The Gardens Mall, 3rd Floor, Mid Valley City,
59200 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Opening hours: Monday-Thursday, 11am; Friday-Sunday, 10am
Price of admission: Adult, 7.11 USD; child, 12 USD
When you need to get away to the beach, the Sunway Lagoon Theme Park offers a chance to go tropical. Okay, you could go to the real beach but then again, it wouldn’t have the Wildlife Park, Scream Park, or Nickelodeon Lost Lagoon. All of these attractions and more await your visit to the park, which promises the best day ever. Take in one of the many shows offered such as the Fire Show, Swashbuckling Pirate’s Show, or characters meet-and-greet with favorites like SpongeBob Square Pants and Dora the Explorer.
Sunway Lagoon One Day Admission Tickets
Duration: 8 hours
If getting wet and wild is your family’s thing, then head to Wet World Water Park Shah Alam. It’s an affordable yet extensive water park easily offering a day’s worth of entertainment. Rides include: the Super Hurricane, Monsoon Buster, Thunder River, Caribbean Rider, and Bermuda Triangle. For younger children, the Kiddy Typoon Lagoon is a great place to hang. A food kiosk and private cabanas make a visit to Wet World Water park extra special.
Wet World Water Park Shah Alam Admission Ticket
Theme park heaven
Kuala Lumpur knows how to have a good time, and offers it up with one of its many theme parks. These parks range in interest and pricing, but are sure to please everyone. Make a half-day, day, or weekend of entertainment at one of these Kuala Lumpur theme parks!
Disclosure: Trip101 selects the listings in our articles independently. Some of the listings in this article contain affiliate links.
Get Trip101 in your inbox
Raised in the woods of Northern Wisconsin, adventure pulses through Samantha’s veins. Among the most notable adventures have been teaching agriculture in Kenya, WOOFing in Turkey, and learning…Read more
5 Best Theme Parks in Kuala Lumpur
Theme parks in Kuala Lumpur are perfect for a fun-filled adventure with the family, where kids of all ages can enjoy thrilling rollercoaster rides and challenging obstacle courses. Many of these theme parks also offer quality accommodation, massive shopping venues and ample dining options, making them convenient one-stop destinations for travelling families. Not only can you find a vast array of land and water rides, there are plenty of activities and performances to enjoy here, including musicals, parades and even animal feedings. Check out our list of Kuala Lumpur’s most popular theme parks, each promising families an unforgettable thrilling experience of fun and adventure.
Sunway Lagoon Theme Park is located in Petaling Jaya, about 15 km southwest of Kuala Lumpur city centre. With a variety of watery rides on offer, and plenty of dry-land activities too, there are few more fun ways to spend a day. Water slides that whirl and twirl, a manmade ‘river’ ride, a surf beach, a wave pool, a 360° revolving pirate ship… the list of fun attractions at the 80-acre park is extensive. Connected to Sunway Pyramid and Sunway Resort Hotel & Spa via a fully-covered walkway, the theme park encompasses a total of five zones, namely the water park, Scream Park, Amusement Park, Extreme Park and Wildlife Park. Read More…
- Opening Hours: Daily 10:00 – 18:00
- Address: 3, Jalan PJS 11/11, Bandar Sunway, Petaling Jaya
- Tel: +603 5639 0000
Berjaya Times Square Theme Park holds the title of Malaysia’s largest indoor theme park, and is located on the fifth floor of Berjaya Times Square Mall. The 35,300 sqm park is divided into two sections: the Galaxy Station is made for adults while Fantasy Garden is decidedly kid-centric. One of its signature attractions is the 800-metre-long Supersonic Odyssey rollercoaster, which is a custom-made looping ride with a heart line roll, loop and corkscrew inversions. With 14 rides in total, it’s a good option to entertain the little ones on rainy days in Kuala Lumpur. Read More…
- Opening Hours: Mon – Fri 12:00 – 22:00, Sat – Sun 11:00 – 22:00
- Address: Level 5, Berjaya Times Square, No.1, Jalan Imbi, Kuala Lumpur
- Tel: +603 2117 3118
District 21 Kuala Lumpur is an adventure theme park set within IOI City Mall Putrajaya, where visitors of all ages can enjoy a variety of challenging obstacle courses. Spanning over 6,500 sqm, the indoor theme park features a post-apocalyptic setting with plenty of metal beams, steel walls and colourful graffiti, as well as suspended ropes, chains and platforms. Fitted with LED-lit climbing walls, high-speed slides, trampolines and aerial obstacle courses, District 21 Kuala Lumpur boasts 11 attractions with varying levels of difficulty. Entrance fees are RM58 on weekdays and RM76 on weekends, while admission is free for wheelchair-bound visitors and children below 90 cm in height. Read More…
- Opening Hours: Mon – Fri 12:00 – 20:00, Sat – Sun 10:00 – 20:00
- Address: IOI City Mall, Putrajaya, Selangor
- Tel: +603 8328 8888
i-City Shah Alam is well-frequented for its nightly colourful display of LED-lit attractions as well as exciting rides and unique museums. Also known as the City of Digital Lights, the stunning 72-acre theme park is accessible within an hour’s drive from downtown Kuala Lumpur and houses an array of exciting activities, such as a massive water park, 3D and wax museums and the biggest snow park in Malaysia. As the sun sets in i-City, its sprawling ‘forest’ of artificial maple and pine trees, accompanied by quirky plastic figures of peacocks, flamingos and giraffes, are illuminated with millions of LED lights. Read More…
- Opening Hours: Mon – Thu 11:00 – 00:00, Fri – Sun 11:00 – 01:00
- Address: D-9-1, Jalan Multimedia, 7/AJ City Park, i-City, Shah Alam
- Tel: +603 5521 8800
Wet World Water Park Shah Alam features plenty of thrilling water rides and colourful floats for travelling families looking to cool off on a sunny day in Kuala Lumpur. A popular weekend hotspot among locals, this water park is based around a tropical jungle theme, complete with cascading waterfalls, unique rock formations and towering trees providing ample shade. Some of the water attractions you can find at Wet World Water Park include the Pirate Challenge, Kiddy Typhoon Lagoon, Pirate Cove, Bermuda Triangle and Treasure Island, all of which are suitable for both adults and children. Read More…
- Opening Hours: Daily 10:00 – 18:00
- Address: Persiaran Dato Menteri, Seksyen 2, Shah Alam
- Tel: +603 5566 8000
The 20th Century Fox World Malaysia is slated to open by the end of 2018, but it has already been lauded as one of the most exciting theme parks in Malaysia. Replacing the Genting Highlands Outdoor Theme Park, expect 25 thrilling rides and attractions inspired by Hollywood blockbusters, such as Planet of the Apes, A Night at the Museum, Titanic and Ice Age. The park is also connected to a casino, theatre and the SkyAvenue Mall, where you can find a wide range of retail outlets and dining options. 20th Century Fox World Malaysia is located in Pahang, about a two-hour drive from Kuala Lumpur. Read More…
- Location: Genting Highlands, Pahang
- Tel: +603 6101 1118
Rate This Place:
Eight KL parks you should not miss
What healthy activity is fun, free and for the whole family? A visit to the park, of course! While cities are often considered as concrete jungles, many do in fact have large open green spaces for city folks to take a breather. Cities like London and New York have their own iconic parks. What about Kuala Lumpur? Here are some of the parks in Kuala Lumpur — some more well-known than others — that you can visit.
1) Ampang Hilir Lake Garden
115, Jalan Ampang Hilir, Desa Pahlawan, Kuala Lumpur
The official VisitKL website by the Kuala Lumpur Tourism Bureau says the former tin mine — located just beside the Middle Ring Road 2 before Jalan Ampang — has a 2.7km circumference, making it just nice for a healthy and not too intensive stroll. The park also allows cycling and has a total of three different playgrounds situated around its picturesque lake.
2) The Central Park, Desa ParkCity
Desa ParkCity, Kuala Lumpur
Located in the award-winning township in Kepong developed by ParkCity Holdings, The Central Park is popular with both residents and non-residents. It has tree-lined 9ft-wide jogging paths and walkways that surround a lake. The park is also pet-friendly, so you are most likely to spot pet owners taking their dogs for a walk. After a workout, you can cool down at The Waterfront commercial centre adjacent to the park where you will find some delightful dining varieties on offer. Two other parks — The East Park and The West Park — are also in the 473-acre freehold township.
3) Kepong Metropolitan Park
Middle Ring Road 2, Kepong Metropolitan Lake Garden, Kuala Lumpur
If you drive past this 95ha park along the main road, you will notice colourful kites of various shapes and sizes flying in the sky, as the park is a hot spot for kite-lovers. According to the official VisitKL website, most barriers and trees have been removed to ensure clearance of at least 100m for the kites to take off in the huge field which runs parallel to the main road. There are also other activities that one can do at the park such as cycling, playing football and even go on a boatride on the 57ha lake.
4) KLCC Park
Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, Kuala Lumpur
Probably the most attractive park in Kuala Lumpur, this 50-acre green lung is a favourite among locals as well as tourists, thanks to the iconic Petronas Twin Towers next door. Children will love the 2-acre playground and wading pool, which are thronged by families every weekend. You will also find office workers jogging around the park after work on weekdays, since the location is right smack in the middle of office towers located in the heart of the city.
5) Perdana Botanical Garden
Jalan Kebun Bunga, Tasik Perdana, Kuala Lumpur
Formerly known as Taman Tasik Perdana, this 226-acre park is Kuala Lumpur’s first large-scale recreational park. It has many unique components including a forest tree collection, exotic species collection, spice garden, deer park and herbarium. For more information on the gardens and plants in the park, check out the park’s interpretation centre. Visitors can also pick up some gifts at the souvenir shop.
6) Permaisuri Lake Garden
Jalan Tasik Permaisuri 2, Bandar Tun Razak, Kuala Lumpur
Well known among those living in Cheras, this 40ha recreational park features a lake, fountains and outdoor gyms. It is also ideal for those looking for picnic spots as there are concrete stools and tables provided that are shaded by the many huge and mature trees there. You usually spot marathon runners training here as the park has a naturally hilly terrain as well as a labelled trail that allows runners to track their running distance.
7) Taman Tun Dr Ismail Park
Jalan Haji Openg, Kuala Lumpur
Tucked away in a corner of the Taman Tun Dr Ismail neighbourhood, this charming and lush park attracts families from the surrounding areas as well. It is crowded almost every evening and especially so during the weekends. Many also come with their kids to feed the fish and terrapins thriving in the lake. Other features include exercise areas, playgrounds and a suspension bridge. For those who are into Pokemon Go, there are quite a few hot spots there to catch Pokemon!
8) Titiwangsa Park
6, Lorong Titiwangsa, Titiwangsa, Kuala Lumpur
This is a popular place for remote-control car enthusiasts because one of its special features is that it comes with a drivers’ platform and seating area for spectators. The 57ha park also offers a children’s playground, tennis courts, jogging tracks, exercise areas and a stadium. If all that sounds like it involves too much activity for your liking, you can just sit and relax on one of the benches while enjoying the view of the beautiful lake with the iconic Petronas Twin Towers in the background. The best part of all this is it’s free.
This story first appeared in EdgeProp.my pullout on June 29, 2018. Download EdgeProp.my pullout here for free.
Upto 20% Off on Tickets
1. Sunway Lagoon Theme Park: It is one of the top theme parks in Kuala Lumpur, loved by many. The park contains a large variety of watery rides and plenty of dry activities too. Like you get to ride a water slide that whirl and twirl, there is a surf beach, manmade river ride, a wave pool, and a 360-degree revolving pirate ship.
This famous Kuala Lumpur theme park also offers its tourist a wildlife encounter at the wildlife park. In addition, here, you will find a pair of mesmerizing white lions residing. Plus, you also get to explore Nickelodeon-themed water parks. In short, Sunway Lagoon is spread over six amazing parks.
Location: 3, Jalan PJS 11/11 Bandar Sunway, Selangor Darul Ehsan, 47500, Malaysia
Timing: 1 AM to 6 PM
2. Berjaya Times Square Theme Park: This is the perfect theme park in Kuala Lumpur to explore when you have young-school-age children travelling with you. This multifaceted theme park contains a fantasy garden with eight exciting theme rides. In addition, the Galaxy station offers six heart-dropping rides and four different theme places also available for birthdays or other events.
The highlight of this fantastic theme park includes Robo crash, Botanic Drive, Buddy-Go-Around and crazy bus. However, you can also go on a safari ride around the garden if you are too scared of the rides.
Location: Berjaya Times Square, No. 09-103, 9Th Floor, Jalan Imbi, 55100, KL, Malaysia
Timing: 12PM to 10PM, Sat & Sun 11AM to 10PM
3. District 21 Kuala Lumpur: District 21 is another amazing Kuala Lumpur theme park spread over an area of 6500 sqm. This apocalypse-based theme park features a fantastic set of metal beams, colorful graffiti, street walls, suspended ropes, platforms, and chains.
It is one of the best theme parks in Kuala Lumpur, containing high-speed slides, LED-lit climbing walls, aerial obstacle courses, and a trampoline. However, the famous rides children love to explore here include low ropes, free fall, Tubby Ride, and Ninja Warrior Course. So, make sure to explore this unique park with your family.
Location: IOI City Mall, Putrajaya, Selangor, Malaysia
Timing: 12PM to 8PM, Sat & Sun 10AM to 8PM
4. i-City Shah Alam: i-City Shah Alam is a well-known theme park in Kuala Lumpur for its awesome LED light show at night. There is no doubt you will find no shortage of entertainment here because of the multitude of amazements it has to offer, like Trick Art Museum, WaterWorld, SnoWalk, and 5D theatre.
However, you will have to purchase a separate ticket to visit every area of this Kuala Lumpur theme park. But if you purchase an all-day happy package, you can wander anywhere you like.
Location: D-9-1, Jalan Multimedia, i-city, 7/Aj City Park, Shah Alam
Timing: 11 AM to 12 AM, Fri to Sun 11 AM to 1 AM
5. Wet World Water Park Shah Alam: If getting wild in water is your thing, then Wet World Water Park Shah Alam is the one theme park in Kuala Lumpur you might find. It is a very affordable and super fun theme park where you get to ride multiple thrilling rides.
These rides include Caribbean Rider, the Super Hurricane, Monsoon Buster, Bermuda Triangle, and the Thunder River. However, for small kids, Kiddy Typhoon Lagoon will be a great ride. The most favorite part of the water park is the private cabanas and food kiosk, which is what makes this park extra special.
Location: Persiaran Dato Menteri, Seksyen 2, Shah Alam
Timing: 10AM to 6PM
12 Most Beautiful National Parks in Malaysia (with Map)
Multicultural Malaysia is home to a stunning array of sights and sounds that will entice and awe any lucky visitor to this beautiful tropical country. Divided into two, its territories are split between West Malaysia, which is located on a peninsula connected to the mainland of Asia, and East Malaysia which lies on the island of Borneo. Consequently, it is home to a wide variety of diverse ecosystems just waiting to be explored.
Whether it is pristine beaches you are after, the pumping nightlife of Malaysia’s bustling cities or even the delicious Malay cuisine that entices you; this gem of a country has something for everyone to delight in.
With such a wealth of incredible things to see and do, it can be hard to choose the perfect itinerary. To help you decide, here are the most beautiful national parks in Malaysia; all of which are well worth a visit!
Map of the bet national parks in Malaysia
12. Gunung Ledang National Park[SEE MAP]
This charming national park surrounds the imposing Mount Ophir which looms dramatically at the heart of the jungle that coats its slopes. Myths and legends abound about the origins of the mount’s name and fine mist cloaks the higher realms of its slopes, hiding its mysterious past alongside it.
Paths snake their way through the lush undergrowth ever upwards and the view from the top is breathtaking as you are greeted with panoramic views of the forest below. A wide variety of birdlife resides in the rich and verdant canopies that cover Gunung Ledang National Park. Waterfalls also dot Mount Ophir and one of the most popular are the Puteri Waterfalls which offers visitors the chance to cool off after an arduous trek in its refreshing and welcoming pool.
11. Penang National Park[SEE MAP]
Located in the far northwest of the country, Penang National Park has a huge range of activities on offer for tourists to enjoy. A biodiversity hotspot, the park is home to an astounding array of fauna and flora that coat and cover every available surface. With beautiful beaches galore and fun and wild treks through the dense forest; there truly is something for everyone in this amazing national park.
Whether it is lounging on the deserted beaches, taking a boat trip to marvel at the fish below or setting up camp to stay the night, Penang is a haven of peace and calm which will certainly soothe your soul.
Within the boundaries of the park lies a Canopy Walk which offers you the chance to see the forest from a different perspective as you walk along the flimsy walkways fifteen meters above the ground.
10. Endau-Rompin National Park[SEE MAP]
Named after two rivers that flow through it, Endau-Rompin National Park is coated in pristine tropical rainforest that makes for some delightful trekking. This ancient landscape that dates back some 240 million years is well worth exploring on your visit to Malaysia due its beautiful scenery that look like something out of Jurassic Park.
Rivers, pools and waterfalls dot the park’s premises and stumbling upon them after a tiring trek through the rainforest is an unforgettable feeling. With the second highest peak in Malaysia, this national park has an abundance of natural wonders that will astound and awe you with their magnificence.
Slowly wandering along the paths that are dwarfed by the enormous trees on either side is a liberating experience as you feel free and unfettered, alone in the wild.
9. Tunku Abdul Rahman National Park[SEE MAP]
dreamstime/© Chung Jin Mac
An idyllic paradise, the five islands that make up Tunku Abdul Rahman National Park are simply divine. Speeding through the beautiful blues waters to the islands, you can be forgiven for imagining that you are daydreaming such is its splendor.
Varying in size, all of the islands have lovely beaches to relax on and the surrounding coral reefs make for some fantastic snorkeling and scuba diving. Although the park can get crowded, this only demonstrates its popularity and testifies to the incredible attractions on show.
The lush verdant forests that slowly give way to dazzling white beaches that slip into the waters around them make these islands a must-see in Malaysia.
8. Lambir Hills National Park[SEE MAP]
Although it is small in stature, Lambir Hills National Park definitely punches above its weight when it comes to all that is has on offer. A biodiversity hotspot that is home to a veritable menagerie of animals and birds both large and small, this park is perfect for nature lovers who will adore all that there is to see and do.
Trails and paths delightfully weave their way through the undergrowth of the forest and, in the shade of the canopy above, birds and monkeys play amidst the foliage. With the trees reaching up to eighty meters in height, you sometimes feel dwarfed by the oppressive forest that hems in all around you.
To feel a breeze on your skin and escape from towering trees, make for the highest point in the park, Bukit Lambir, which also offers up some amazing views. With waterfalls and secluded pools scattered around the park, there are a wealth of beautiful sights to discovery in the lovely and peaceful Lambir Hills.
7. Similajau National Park[SEE MAP]
dreamstime/© Haris Raduwan
Located on the coast of the island of Borneo, this national park is a delightful combination of a number of diverse ecosystems and has a huge catalogue of different activities for visitors to choose from.
Whether you are an avid birdwatcher, a hiking aficionado or passionate about snorkeling; the facilities on offer are astounding and as such each visitor is free to pursue their preferred pastime as they please. Stunning beaches line the shore and thick impenetrable jungle rears up until the sand prevents it from encroaching further.
Take to the water and enjoy a memorable boat trip; looking back at the coast will offer you an unbelievable panorama of this beautiful stretch of coastline. At night, adventurous visitors can charter a boat to partake in some crocodile sighting!
6. Niah National Park[SEE MAP]
dreamstime/© Lillian Tveit
Wow! This impressive national park is well worth visiting for the spectacular caves contained within its boundaries. The complex of caves has signs of human habitation dating back over 40,000 years and as such it is a very important archaeological site in Malaysia.
Pottery, axes, jewellery and other various tools from across the millennia have been found within the caves testifying to their long-lasting appeal to humans as a place for shelter and protection. The caves themselves are stunning to explore and the distinctive geological formations are marvelous to behold.
Outside, the thriving fauna and flora stops suddenly before the shade of the caves unable to continue their advance. The juxtaposition of the warm and welcoming life-filled forests with the bleak and cold caves makes Niah National Park a special place to visit.
5. Gunung Gading National Park[SEE MAP]
Magical to behold, the dense and oppressive foliage of the jungle hems in on either side of you before giving way to breathtaking views of the surrounding area as you reach one of the park’s lofty peaks.
The mountainous area has numerous waterfalls and streams hidden among its forests and these offer visitors a refreshing break after the arduous treks. While the scenic park is well worth visiting in itself, the main draw for visitors are the incredible rafflesia; the world’s largest flower. These huge and unique flowers are special to see and are the undoubted highlight of Gunung Gading National Park.
4. Bako National Park[SEE MAP]
With beautiful and distinctive rock formations and sea arches twisting their way up out of the water, Bako National Park is home to some absolutely delightful sights that belie its small size.
The snaking paths of the park make their way through a number of lovely landscapes that are just waiting to be explored as dense rainforest, pristine beaches and stunning waterfalls make up just some of its scenic views. Only accessible by boat, the journey and arrival at the incredible and secluded beach of Bako make this national park well worth a visit.
3. Kinabalu National Park[SEE MAP]
One of the most important biodiversity hotspots in the world, Kinabalu has an awe-inspiring range of fauna and flora for visitors to revel in. With over 4500 different types on show, the abundance of life springs out at you from every side and in the dense undergrowth the rustles and movements of its concealed birds and animals can be heard.
Named after the mountain that gave it its name, Kinabalu is actually the tallest mountain on the island standing at over 4000 meters in height. Despite being one of the most popular parks in Malaysia, the national park is delightfully pristine and untouched.
2. Taman Negara National Park[SEE MAP]
dreamstime/© Gualtiero Boffi
Taman Negara has it all. Whether you are after unforgettable climbing, relaxing fishing or learning about the local culture; this national park really does have something for everyone. With one of the oldest tropical rainforests in the world, its fauna and flora give off a feeling of timelessness that seeps into everything, slowing down time and giving you more memorable moments to enjoy the park.
For a beautiful view of the forest below, walk precariously along the narrow canopy walk that stretches between the trees and hides itself among the surrounding foliage. Roaming its forests down below are ferocious Malayan Tigers, secretive Asian elephants and the furtive Malayan gaur; all of which are protected within the confines of the park.
A dreamy way to spend an afternoon is to take to the Tembeling River and drift your way through the rainforest, gazing upon all of the natural wonder before you. Serene and relaxing, Taman Negara needs to be experienced to be understood.
1. Gunung Mulu National Park[SEE MAP]
Named after the impressive Mount Mulu, this national park is phenomenal for the wealth of amazing scenery and stunning landscapes on show. Remote and relatively inaccessible, the only ways to reach it are by plane or by riverboat; it doesn’t matter how you get here just as long as you do!
The ancient karst formations are what Gunung Mulu National Park is primarily known as over the millennia they have thrown up an incredible array of astounding rock formations. With caverns, cliffs and canyons spectacularly cutting their way through the undergrowth of the park, the scenery simply needs to be seen to be believed.
Huge caves dot the area and in actual fact Sarawak Chamber is the largest known chamber in the world. Stretching forever, the mind boggles at its colossal size. Mesmerizing and unique, this national park in Malaysia is definitely worth the effort!
Tropical urban parks in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: Challenging the attitudes of park management teams towards a more environmentally sustainable approach
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ufug.2020.126605Get rights and content
Tropical urban parks have potential towards ecosystem service delivery, but this requires a change in current planting design and management.
More environmentally sustainable approach may receive resistance as it contravenes the desire to retain ‘gardenesque’ landscapes.
Park management and maintenance teams believe change will be difficult due to pressures from the visiting public.
Attitudes towards a more environmentally sustainable approach varied somewhat across the different tiers of management.
In some western cultures, landscape practitioners are adapting the design, management and maintenance of urban parks in response to climate change and other pressures. The aim is to provide more robust and resilient solutions that expand the contribution of parks to ecosystem service delivery and give greater economic efficiency. However, urban parks in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia are still maintained, through traditional ‘high-intensity’ horticulture, which consumes significant resources and imposes a growing financial burden on the City. This paper draws on data from interviews with urban park management teams across different tiers from selected urban parks in Kuala Lumpur. Through photo simulation of alternative design and management regimes it investigates their response to a more environmentally sustainable approach, which reduces intensive maintenance and increases planting complexity. Results suggest that whilst there is an appetite for change, parks in tropical climates present different challenges to those in temperate climates where these ideas have typically been developed and applied. The seasonal change in the tropics between wet and dry seasons may be profound but is arguably less visually dramatic than temperate climates in terms of seasonal colour, changing visual permeability and amount of leaf litter. Increasing planting density and complexity in the tropics may also have unanticipated implications for personal safety when compared to temperate latitudes because of the consistent but much shorter seasonal daylight hours and absence of any extended twilight. This paper explores what appetite exists for park staff to move towards a more environmentally sensitive design approach. Attitudes are compared across different management levels, including those of ground staff who will be tasked with implementing this change and communicating it to the public directly. The data suggests that whilst there is some enthusiasm for more environmental approaches, especially amongst senior management, there are also significant reservations across all levels of park management.
Environmentally sustainable approach
Tropical urban parks
Recommended articlesCiting articles (0)
View full text
© 2020 Elsevier GmbH. All rights reserved.
Perdana Botanical Garden and Bird Park
For a few days in Kuala Lumpur, we walked twice in the Perdana Botanical Garden, we really liked everything there. Beautiful nature, non-standard palms, streams, bridges and favorite animals. Strangely enough, there are practically no tourists, 2-3 people and us. The entrance is free.
The animals look quite happy. Ducks swim peacefully in a lake with a fountain. Squirrels deftly run through the trees, they cannot be kept up by the camera.There are also many birds in the Perdana park.
Rabbits and pygmy deer in cages
There is a good area for large deer where you can hand feed them or just watch their daily behavior.
Aviary with deer to the right of the lake on a hillock
Deer are not afraid of people, you can feed something edible from your hands and pet
Video: reindeer feeding
Home and spring furnishings in the Perdana Botanical Garden.While walking, we discussed with Slava what would happen if this park were in Moscow. Probably, there would be crowds of people walking, cops on horseback, cigarette butts lying in the grass, merchants would have already placed their stalls everywhere, perhaps the entrance would have been paid. This line of thought gave even more satisfaction from the park and the fact that we are not in Russia, but in Malaysia.
Stone Ninja Turtle with Book
Evening walk in the park
One day we visited here in the evening.Walking in the garden of Perdan in the evening is not scary, there are no people at all, but there are lanterns everywhere, everything is illuminated.
It gets dark in Malaysia very quickly as elsewhere in the tropics. Perhaps it’s time for us to go to the exit.
When we reached the exit, it was already night.
How to get to Perdana Park
Address: 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Hours: 7.00 – 20.00
You can get to the park by metro or taxi. Use Uber, Grab, or a regular metered taxi. We speak to the taxi driver “Perdana Botanical Garden” and you will be taken to the entrance.
How to get there on your own by metro: get to the KL Central station, and then walk for 10 minutes. We decided to do just that and find the park ourselves. Here are the instructions:
We leave the KL Sentral metro station to the station building -> turn towards McDonald’s -> go straight and go up the escalator -> go out through the glass doors -> right and to the end of the building, where there will be a ground crossing -> cross the road -> further along the path under the flyover 100 meters and cross one more road -> to the left (there will be a business center on the right) -> in front of the bridge we cross the road that goes down, and we go further along the bridge -> at the end of the bridge we go down the stairs -> we go past the bus stops -> then to the left across the road -> further straight to the underground passage, which is the entrance to the park (on the right there will be the building of the national museum).
We made this map to help you, because the first time this task was not easy. Getting lost at the central station is as easy as shelling pears. We asked about 10 people how to get through. Half of them did not even know that there was such a park here. The other half of the respondents were very surprised that we go there on foot, and not by taxi. But somehow they managed to find the way. The park was very close, only 5-7 minutes walk from the metro.
Perdana Park on the map
Coordinates: 3.139116, 101.685884
How do we prepare for the trip
- We buy tours on Travelata
- We are looking for tickets at Aviasales
- We rent hotels through Booking, and apartments on Sutochno.ru
- We make insurance on Cherehapa
- Airport transfer via Kiwitaxi website
- Card with cashback for travel ALL Airlines
Kuala Lumpur, attractions: photo, description and map
The capital of Malaysia attracts tourists not only with picturesque nature, comfortable recreation conditions, but also with a large number of interesting places.In the city of Kuala Lumpur, attractions (not all, but many) are within walking distance, therefore, moving around the capital, you can easily see the most remarkable places.
Most Interesting Places in Kuala Lumpur
The capital of Malaysia has many historical monuments, religious buildings, picturesque parks. To get an idea of Kuala Lumpur, visit the Petronas Twin Towers, which has an observation deck. Considering that Malaysia is a state whose inhabitants profess Islam, it would be a mistake to ignore the numerous mosques.If you are interested in the history and culture of the country, see the collection of the National Museum, which tells about the life of Malaysians. So what to see in Kuala Lumpur.
Petronas Twin Towers
Skyscrapers are a visiting card not only of Kuala Lumpur, but also of Malaysia. Every traveler, having arrived in the Malaysian capital, first of all goes to the towers, takes pictures next to them and then goes up to the observation deck.
Planning for the construction of the towers began in January 1992.Excavators began digging 30 meters below the surface in March 1993. This was followed by the construction of the largest and longest concrete in the history of Malaysia: a slab with 104 piles is the foundation for the Twin Towers that we see today. From this floor there was a retaining wall 21 meters high with a perimeter length of more than one kilometer. It took two years to build the base of the landmark and up to 40 workers on site day and night.
Construction of the superstructure began in April 1994 after passing several rigorous tests and simulations of wind and structural loads on the structure.Finally, in June 1996, the Petronas Twin Towers were completed with steel and glass cladding. Until 1998, internal work was carried out.
The height of the skyscraper – almost 452 m – is 88 floors, it occupies the 18th position in the list of the tallest buildings in the world. It accommodates numerous office spaces, art galleries, theater, restaurants and cafes, shops and a concert hall. The observation deck is located on the 86th floor, and there is a picturesque park at the entrance.
Interesting fact! On the 41st and 42nd floors, two skyscrapers are connected by a bridge.
It is not so easy to see this attraction of Kuala Lumpur – long queues gather at the ticket office. Tickets start selling at 9-00 in order to have time to see the towers, it is better to arrive before the box office opens. You can buy tickets online at www.petronastwintowers.com.my.
Some tourists recommend that you limit yourself to viewing skyscrapers and walking in the park. If there is a great desire to see Kuala Lumpur from a bird’s eye view, it is better to use the observation deck of the Menara TV Tower.
- Skyscrapers receive tourists every day except Monday from 9-00 to 21-00.
- Entrance fee – 80 ringgit for adults, for children 3-12 years old – 33 ringgit. Inspection of the bridge costs 10 ringgit.
How to get to skyscrapers:
90 099 90 100 by taxi;
Right in the center of the city there is a corner of the tropics, people come here to see exotic plants. You must come here with a camera. In addition to two thousand plants, the park has two fountains that are illuminated at night. In the evening, young people gather here to listen to music and walk among the real tropics.
Many tourists note that the singing fountains located in the park are better than those of Barcelona. The show runs daily from 20-00 to 22-00 and attracts a huge number of spectators.The entertainment is completely free. The music sounds different – from classical to modern.
Park is located in the center of Kuala Lumpur, at the entrance to the Petronas Towers. You can see the beauty of the park every day and completely free of charge.
Note! In the north of Kuala Lumpur, literally 1 km from the city, there are the Batu Caves. What they are and why they are worth seeing, read this article with a photo.
One of the largest aquariums in the world, where more than 5 thousand fish and marine inhabitants are collected.The aquarium is divided into 10 thematic zones: starting with the “Evolution Zone” and ending with the aquarium with sharks and the “Strange and Wonderful” zone, where you can see pine fish and a giant octopus. Visitors are offered entertainment:
- observation of fish feeding;
- massage by small fish;
- swimming with sharks.
A visit to the aquarium will delight children, however, seasoned travelers note that if you have had a rest in similar places, it is probably not worth spending time and money on a similar attraction in Kuala Lumpur.
- You can look at the inhabitants of the aquatic world in the aquarium: on weekdays from 11-00 to 20-00, on weekends – from 10-30 to 20-00.
- Full ticket price 71 RM, for children – 61 RM.
- The aquarium is located next to the Petronas skyscraper.
- Attraction website: https://aquariaklcc.com/.
Pay attention! A selection of the 10 most beautiful beaches in Malaysia is presented here.
Kuala Lumpur Bird Park
When making your list of what to see in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, don’t forget the scenic park.The park in the capital of Malaysia is the largest aviary in the world. The area is more than 8 hectares, 3 thousand individuals of 200 species of birds live on this territory. The park is divided into 4 zones: 1 and 2 are free flight zones; Zone 3 is a hornbill park, and Zone 4 is where birds are housed in individual cages and mini-aviaries.
One of the features of KL Bird Park is that in zones 1, 2 and 3, birds are released into an aviary, which is very similar to their natural habitat. With this free flight concept, birds can breed naturally in this unique environment.
For visitors, excellent good ones have been created for recreation – a playground, souvenir shops, a photo kiosk, a restaurant and cafe, a training center.
Interesting fact! The park regularly hosts entertainment shows, during which birds demonstrate different tricks.
- You can watch birds and entertainment every day from 9-00 to 18-00.
- An adult ticket costs 63 RM, a child ticket costs 42 RM.
- Website: www.klbirdpark.com.
It is easy to get to the park by taxi, take a walk, take the metro (get off at Sentral station) and then take bus # 115.
Negara National Mosque
Significant attraction on the map of Kuala Lumpur. Malaysia is a Muslim state, so take some time to explore the National Mosque. The culture of local residents is especially vividly represented here. The building was built in 1965 – it is a building of a modern original design. The main focus of the attraction is the dome with eighteen faces, which symbolizes the 13 states of the state of Malaysia and the “5 Pillars of Islam”. The territory inside can accommodate 15 thousand people at the same time.
Visits for non-Muslims are allowed at certain hours several times a day every day. Representatives of other religions are not allowed to enter the main hall at all.
Good to know! Negara is a symbol of Malaysian independence.
Taman Tasik Perdana Park
If you want to see a popular tourist destination, go to the old train station, Taman Tasik Perdana Park.
There are beautiful gardens around the building, where you can walk in the shade of trees and relax by the fountains.Before entering the territory, you need to take off your shoes and cover exposed areas of the body.
The entrance is adjacent to the suburban train station, and the Pasar Seni metro station is also nearby.
You will be interested in: Top 15 attractions in Malaysia.
Museum of Islamic Art
The museum immediately attracts with its amazing architecture and is considered one of the most beautiful attractions in Kaula Lumpur and Malaysia. The exposition is dedicated to Islam, here you can see thousands of artifacts, learn a lot of useful and fascinating information about this religion.After walking through the museum, vacationers can visit a restaurant and order national Malaysian dishes.
The museum was opened in 1998 at the request of representatives of other religions who want to learn more about Islam and the culture of the Islamic people. Outside, the building is decorated with domes and original tiles. The architecture of the museum combines elements of the Middle Ages, constructivism and art deco.
Most interesting exhibits:
- Room “Ottoman Hall”;
- models of the most famous Islamic buildings in the world.
Interesting fact! The attraction occupies 4 floors with an area of about 30 thousand square meters. m. There are 12 galleries in the museum.
On the lower level, there are themed rooms dedicated to India, China and Malaysia. On the upper level, you can see the gallery exhibits dedicated to textiles and jewelry, weapons and manuscripts.
- Located next to the National Mosque, Bird Park and the Planetarium.
- You can visit the museum every day from 9-30 to 18-00.
- Ticket price – 14 RM.
- Website: www.iamm.org.my.
Related article: What to see in Langkawi, a picturesque resort island in Malaysia.
Menara TV Tower (Menara Kuala Lumpur)
The height of the television spire – 241 m – is the seventh tallest telecommunications structure in the world. At the time of commissioning in 1996, the tower was the fifth.
The observation deck is located at an altitude of 276 m, its main feature – the viewing angle is 360 degrees.There is a moving restaurant above it. Many tourists, not wanting to stand in line to see the Petronas Towers, choose the TV tower, especially since the observation deck is higher here.
Interesting fact! Be sure to take your camera with you and take a few shots in the evening when it is beautifully backlit. Menara is called the “Garden of Light” for the original lighting solution.
- Attraction address: www.menarakl.com.my.
- You can see the city from a breathtaking height every day from 9-00 to 22-00.
- The price of a full ticket to visit the observation deck is 99 RM.
- Official website: www.menarakl.com.my.
In addition to the observation deck, other entertainment is provided, you can use a video and audio guide.
The TV Tower is located in the so-called Golden Triangle of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. From Chinatown, it is easy to walk in 15-20 minutes. There is a minibus to the entrance to the TV tower every quarter of an hour. There is a monorail station and a subway station 500 m away.It is impossible to get to the Menara by public transport.
Thean Hou Temple
The Chinese temple in Kuala Lumpur is included in the list of must-see by experienced tourists. The building is decorated in the Chinese style, it is decorated with dragons and reborn Phoenix birds, bright paper lanterns, rich colors and skillful carvings. You only need to come here with a camera. More than 40% of the population of the Malaysian capital is Chinese, they worship the temple and come here to pray to the goddesses.
Before visiting the temple, you need to familiarize yourself with some rules:
- there are no special requirements for clothes, but it is better to refuse from too defiant outfits;
- on the third floor there is a prayer hall, it is forbidden to enter here with shoes;
- you can’t talk loudly;
- you cannot turn your back on the statues of goddesses.
The largest Chinese temple in Malaysia consists of six levels:
- restaurants and cafes, souvenir shops;
- hall for weddings and other celebrations;
- Chinese Community Education Center;
- temple and prayer hall.
The two upper levels are bell towers overlooking the city.
To see the attraction, you will have to move away from popular tourist spots. Public transport does not go here. However, there are several ways to get to the temple:
90 099 90 100 taxi;
You can visit the temple daily from 8-00 to 22-00. Admission is free.
Jalan Alor Street
Passes parallel to Bukit Bintang Street. This is a colorful and iconic place in the capital of Malaysia. Locals and tourists call the street a gastronomic paradise.There are dozens of retail outlets where you can buy street food, restaurants and cafes. This is the best place in Kuala Lumpur to experience Asian cuisine, the street atmosphere is woven from hundreds of aromas, flavors, local traditions and exotic sounds.
Some time ago, the street was notorious, it had the highest crime rate in the capital, but even then the locals bought street food here. Most of the outlets were established by migrants and sold dishes of their national cuisine. Today, Jalan Alor Street has become a landmark in Kuala Lumpur and a gastronomic Mecca.
Arrive The extravaganza of flavors begins at about 6 pm and lasts until late at night – the hiss of grills, the clink of metal woks, intoxicating odors, numerous merchants stand in dense rows and loudly beckon buyers.There are tables and chairs near each outlet.
At the beginning of Jalan Alor, fruit is sold, then various take-out food is presented, and at the end of the street there are numerous cafes. The total length of the attraction is 300 m. The owners of the cafe prepare meals in front of the visitors.
A gastronomic attraction is a 5-minute walk from Bukit Bintang MRT Station.
Sultan Abdul Samad Building
The Sultan’s Palace is one of the most visited and popular attractions in Kuala Lumpur and Malaysia.The building was built on Independence Square in the 19th century; two styles were used for its decoration – Victorian and Moorish.
Good to know! The sight is recognizable not only for its original design, but also for the clock tower, which is about 40 meters high. Outwardly, the clock resembles the famous Big Ben in England.
After the completion of construction, the palace did not pass into the possession of the royal family. Today it houses the Ministry of Information, Communications and Culture of the country.
The most spectacular sight looks in the evening, when the building is illuminated and looks like a fairy tale.
Good to know! Every year at the end of August, a parade dedicated to the National Day takes place near the palace.
Bus number U11 goes to the square, the stop is called “Jalan Raja”. If you walk along Jalan Raja Street, you can visit the Jameh Mosque.
If you want to bring a colorful, original souvenir from the capital of Malaysia, be sure to visit the Central Market.It is better to allocate at least two hours to visit it.
The landmark was built in 1928 for the needs of local residents who sold their products here. At the end of the last century, the market became a cluster of shops with various souvenirs, the goods here are the cheapest, and you can buy almost everything.
The second floor of the market building is occupied by restaurants and cafes. This line is called culinary.
- The attraction is located on the border of the Chinatown area.
- You can visit the market every day from 10-00 to 22-00.
The attraction is located next to Lake Tasik Perdana, which is practically the central part of the city. More than five thousand rare species of butterflies fly freely in the park. It covers an area of 7430 square meters, making it the largest butterfly park in the world. The nature of the tropics has been recreated here. More than 15 thousand exotic and rare plants have been planted on a vast territory, thanks to which Kuala Lumpur is perceived as a Botanical Garden. The landscape is complemented by artificial ponds where carps and turtles swim.
An entomological museum with a large collection of butterflies, beetles, lizards and spiders works on the territory of the attraction.
- The park is open daily from 9-00 to 17-30.
- The ticket price is 25 RM for adults and 13 RM for children 2-11 years old.
- Website: www.klbutterflypark.com.
Advice! Before traveling, be sure to make a list of the sights of Kuala Lumpur with a description, this will help to spend time in the capital not only exciting, but also rationally.
Masjid Wilayah Persekutuan Mosque
The religious building is located next to the government complex, a distinctive feature is a large blue dome. The territory of the Mosque accommodates about 17 thousand people.
Interesting fact! Outwardly, the attraction resembles the Istanbul Blue Mosque.
Construction work was completed in 2000. Previously, this area housed the local court and government offices.
Good to know! The attraction is a luxurious architectural complex, decorated in Ottoman, Moroccan, Egyptian and Malaysian styles.
The roof is crowned with domes – one large, three semi-domes and 16 small ones.
The rich decoration delights – mosaics, carvings, floral patterns, stone. Even precious stones were used in the design – jasper, lapis lazuli, tiger’s eye, onyx, malachite. The adjacent territory is ennobled with a garden, artificial reservoirs.The paths are lined with pebbles, and the fountains undoubtedly bring tranquility and harmony to the atmosphere.
Directly to the mosque can be reached by buses B115 and U83. Stops – Masjid Wilayah, JalanIbadah.
In the photo, the landmark of Kuala Lumpur looks impressive, the reality will not disappoint you. The oldest mosque in Kuala Lumpur is included in the list of the most visited. This is largely due to its convenient location – next to Independence Square and not far from the Chinatown area.It is also close to Puduaya Station and Masjid Jamek Metro Station.
Good to know! At a certain time, the building is open to everyone. There is no prohibition even for women.
English specialist Arthur Hubback worked on the architectural project. Today the building of the mosque has retained its original appearance, but new structures have been added to it. Until the middle of the last century, it was the main mosque in the capital.
The religious building is located on the banks of the confluence of two rivers.After sunset, artificial fog is scattered here and lights are turned on. This place looks amazing in the evening.
- Guests can visit the attraction every day from 8-30 to 12-30 and from 14-30 to 16-30.
- Admission is free.
- You can get here on foot from Puduraya station. It is also convenient to take the metro.
The attraction invites you to get acquainted with a unique collection of clothing, textiles and accessories.The exposition occupies four thematic galleries:
- hall dedicated to textiles created in prehistoric times, ancient tools and technologies for the production of local fabrics are also presented here, the exposition is accompanied by video materials;
- the second hall is devoted to the clothes of different cities and regions of Malaysia, the textiles of ethnic tribes are of the greatest interest;
- The next gallery contains the rich heritage of the Malaysian songket, here you can see the material on which the poetry is woven;
- in the last room you can see handmade jewelry and accessories of different ethnic groups of the country.
The museum is located in a noticeable colonial building, not far from Independence Square, the landmark is the flagpole. It’s easy to get to the museum – two metro lines are laid to the museum – PUTRA or STAR LRT, you need to get off at the Masjid Jameki station. The Kuala Lumpur commuter train station is a quarter of an hour walk away. Walk from Chinatown in just 5 minutes.
- You can visit the museum every day from 9-00 to 18-00.
- Entrance fee is 5 RM.
Of course, it is not enough to look at the photos and read the description of the sights of Kuala Lumpur, they do not convey all the flavor and originality of the Malaysian capital, you need to come to this place to feel it.Relax with pleasure and enjoy your trip to Malaysia. The city of Kuala Lumpur, the sights of which are oriental and colorful, will surely remain in your memory in the photo.
All prices on the page are for June 2021.
Map of Kuala Lumpur with sights in Russian.
Video: how our people live in Kuala Lumpur, peculiarities of mentality and work, interesting facts and much more. Take a look!
Author: Julia Matyukhina
90,000 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia in one day.
In addition to the most famous landmarks, such as the Petronas Twin Towers, Kuala Lumpur has some less famous, but nevertheless very pleasant places to stay. For example, the Planetarium!
In addition to space exhibits, there are all kinds of flight devices in the planetarium that you can touch or climb into the landing capsule (very tight). Every day at 11 and 13 o’clock, films are shown in the cinema hall with a domed screen on top. The seats themselves are reclining. In general, it’s very cool, sometimes you just feel like an astronaut! Admission is free, cinema is about $ 4.
Park in Kuala Lumpur also deserves a separate story. It is located 5 minutes walk from KL central (where buses from the airport or aeroexpress come). Better to go on the navigator. To suddenly find yourself in the jungle in the center of a metropolis – from this you experience very strong and pleasant emotions! During the day, the park is empty, in the evening it is filled with people jogging and walking.
There are several fountains in the lake.
Many tall old trees where birds live.There is also a playground.
Chestnuts in Kuala Lumpur !
In my opinion, it is very unusual to eat baked chestnuts in Chinatown), but how delicious! They are baked on coals right on the street and sold in sachets by weight from $ 2 for 250 g.
Water in Kuala Lumpur and Malaysia.
Yes, Malaysia has wonderful tap water! And everywhere. What’s in Kuala Lumpur, what’s on. Penang, on about. Langkawi, in Kota Kinabalu on the island. Borneo. Of course, you cannot drink it, but the hair from this water becomes very soft, easy to comb and curls a little.And this is without any shampoo and balm! Drinking water – delicious and mineral – is sold in bottles. In general, everywhere in Asia, buy water for drinking only in bottles and bottles.
This is a must purchase in Kuala Lumpur). There are many specialty shops in Chinatown with quality Chinese tea and ceremonial utensils. We, residents of Bali, buy tea in Malaysia or Singapore when we fly out to extend our Indonesian visa. This is how we buy good tea every six months!
Hotels in Kuala Lumpur.
Hotels in Kuala Lumpur, to put it mildly, do not correspond to the photos on the sites), so it is best to book them not in advance, but to orient yourself on the spot. Rooms are always available. The largest cluster of budget hotels in Chinatown. Just go to them and choose according to your budget. I liked this hotel – Chinatown Boutique Hotel – and only $ 35! And from this area it is convenient to walk to the sights (Minara TV tower, Petronas towers).
Food in Kuala Lumpur.
I often hear that food in Kuala Lumpur is delicious and cheap. And I mean foot courts. It’s up to you to decide whether there are plates that are washed in a common basin right on the sidewalk or still reach a decent cafe, where it is not much more expensive, but for sure, everything is in order with cleanliness. They cook quickly and, in my opinion, delicious. It is best to choose dishes from the menu with pictures, otherwise you can order something unexpected).
Shopping centers in Kuala Lumpur.
There are many of them here. If you wish, you can spend a day in Kuala Lumpur in one of them. And it’s cool, unlike the sultry street, and the food is okay. There are shops with well-known brands as well as local ones. In Malaysia, they produce very nice and cheap knitwear. This is also one of my must-haves). By the way, if in Russia the sizes are usually small on sales, then in Asia the sizes XL and XXL are usually sold with good discounts.
This is an unexpected and wonderful opportunity to sit and relax for 15-25 minutes with health benefits. They stand at airports, shopping centers, train stations, and sometimes in offices. I was skeptical about this “entertainment” until I tried it. The cost is ridiculous. From $ 1. Pay in small bills straight to the bill acceptor in the chair. It is most convenient for 1 ringit (3 ringits is just the minimum cost and about $ 1). If you “sit up” after the end of the session, the chair will begin to vibrate and squeak unpleasantly.
Chill in the airport and on the bus.
This is a very serious feature not only of Kuala Lumpur, but of Asia in general, which can dump you for a couple of days with a temperature. I have a warm fleece jacket for this case, which I actively use from the entrance to the airport or bus). Just an irreplaceable thing when traveling in Malaysia!
If you don’t want to move around the city on foot, feel free to jump into a taxi.All cars are equipped with counters and do not specifically roll circles (I checked with the navigator). The taxi drivers themselves are polite and do not get it with questions. The rides are inexpensive, as the distances are short, but sometimes you can get stuck in traffic, so watch the situation on the road.
The main thing in the journey is to smile by yourself, as Asians instantly copy your behavior and mood!
90,000 Water Park in Kuala Lumpur. Feedback, photo and video
In this short post I will tell you about the Sunway Lagoon Waterpark in Kuala Lumpur, which we visited during our Formula 1 trip to Malaysia.
How to get to Sunway Lagoon Water Park in Kuala Lumpur
You can get to Sunway Lagoon Water Park by KTM Komuter train from KL Sentral Central Station of Kuala Lumpur. Buy a ticket to Subang Jaya Station and go down to platform number 5. The fare is 2.14 ringgit.
When you arrive at the indicated station, ask any passer-by for directions to Sunway Lagoon. In about 10 minutes you will reach the water park at a leisurely pace.
Our impressions of the water park in Kuala Lumpur
Entrance to Sunway Lagoon Waterpark costs RM120 for adults and RM90 for children and seniors. Opening hours: from 10 am to 6 pm. Also on the territory of the water park there are special electronic booths where you can leave your belongings. The cost of renting one cabin is 20 ringgit for the whole day.
The water park in Kuala Lumpur did not make any very vivid impressions on us, but, nevertheless, we had a great day there and we can definitely recommend it for everyone who will travel in Malaysia, especially with children.There are not very many water slides, but, in principle, it is quite enough to roll off to a state of complete fatigue.
In addition to water attractions, there are many other interesting places in the Sunway Lagoon Water Park, which are also included in the admission price. In particular, there is a grand canyon for kayaking, a 5D cinema, a maze of fear, an amusement park, a quad bike ride, archery, and a small zoo.
We were everywhere, with the exception of kayaks, there was not enough time for them.We especially liked it in the labyrinth of fear. For 30 minutes you walk through the catacombs in complete darkness, and various zombies jump out at you from all sides. In our group, Nika and I walked first, but all the brightest emotions went to those who walked in the middle of the column. When you walk past the next window, from which someone should potentially jump out, this someone, don’t be a fool, skips the first pair so that everyone else relaxes, and then jumps out. So walking in the middle of the column turned out to be much more frightening.Children, of course, should not be taken there, the place is really creepy.
We also liked the boats that rotate 360 degrees. A very funny and loud attraction, especially when there are many girls in the boat.
In general, the water park in Kuala Lumpur is a great place to have fun with the whole family, as well as get a charge of positive emotions and test your nerves on dizzying rides and a maze of fear. The main advantage of this place is a wide variety of entertainment for every taste, which will definitely not let you get bored.
Video of a water park in Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia
Malaysia – Kuala Lumpur | Bolero Tour
“City of Gardens and Lights” – Kuala Lumpur or, as the Malays KL call it, the capital of the state, the political, financial and cultural center of Malaysia. The most beautiful metropolis, immersed in greenery and stretching for almost 245 square kilometers, where the world famous Petronas twin towers and skyscrapers made of glass and concrete coexist with ancient mosques and Buddhist temples, where the noise of highways does not disturb the serene peace of numerous parks and gardens.There are whole quarters of first-class shops, countless restaurants with exotic Asian and traditional European cuisine, in the evenings with thousands of lights flashing signs of nightclubs, bars and discos. And yet, Kuala Lumpur, in the rich rhythm of an ultra-modern metropolis, carefully preserves the mysterious charm of the East.
The Malaysian capital has a humid tropical climate with a fairly even average annual temperature of 22-32 ° C, wetter seasons – from April to May and from October to November.
Towers “Petronas Twins Towers” – modern twin towers with a height of 452 m.
Masjid Jeynek Mosque – the oldest and most beautiful mosque in the country, built at the beginning of the 20th century.
The building named after Sultan Abdul Samad is a historic building of the late 19th century, is a wonderful fusion of Victorian and Moorish styles.
Dataran Merdeka, Dataran Merdeka – Located in front of the Royal Selangor Club, where every year Malaysians gather to celebrate the anniversary of independence.
TV Tower – built in 1995 and has a 421 meter antenna, the tower has a revolving restaurant, which offers a panoramic view of the capital of Malaysia.
The National Theater is the permanent stage of the National Symphony Orchestra, the theater is also responsible for the development of all forms of dramatic art in the country, drama, dance and music performances are regularly held here.
Temple of St. Mary – a majestic temple, an old Anglican church, where a unique organ is installed.
Lake Park Taman Tasik Perdana – a picturesque park of 92 hectares, laid out in the 1880s, equipped with a children’s play area, jogging tracks, warm-up areas and pleasure boats.
State Planetarium – located on the territory of Lake Park, includes a space theater, a space science exhibition, an observation gallery and a park of ancient observatories.
Deer Garden – located in the center of the city, here you can see a rare animal – a mouse deer, which is found only in this part of Southeast Asia, the size of a cat.The Bird Park is a unique park covered with a net on top; 5000 birds live here.
Butterfly Park – here, in the tropical jungle, you can see over 6000 beautiful butterflies.
Museums: The National Museum is a magnificent structure on the outskirts of Lake Park, decorated in the style of classical Malay architecture and is the main museum in the country.
National History Museum – museum exhibits represent the history of civilization of the state and people of Malaysia from ancient times to the present day.Armed Forces Museum – The museum has a collection of photographs, paintings and exhibits dedicated to the Malaysian Armed Forces.
Maybank Numismatics Museum – This museum exhibits local and regional coins and banknotes, some of which date back to the time of the Sultan of Malacca.
Asian Art Museum – Here you can find exhibits of Asian culture and exquisite ceramics.
Bintang Walk – Star alley, there are shopping centers, hotels, restaurants, cafes, bars, discos.Fans of evening entertainment will find discos, karaoke and bars.
Sunway Lagoon Amusement Park – located 1 hour from the city, a great place for families with children with all kinds of water activities, exciting rides and a western theme park.
National Zoo and Aquarium – located 13 km from the center of Kuala Lumpur, more than 200 species of representatives of the animal world, animals, birds and reptiles are collected here, and about 80 species of various fish and marine animals live in a giant aquarium.
Restaurants, bars and nightclubs
Restaurants in Kuala Lumpur present a variety of Asian and Western cuisines that can satisfy the most demanding tastes:
Saloma – a theater-restaurant named after Saloma Izmail, the most popular Malaysian singer, in the evening in the restaurant you can watch and participate in a Malaysian folklore show. Represents a variety of Malay cuisine.
Kelantan Delights is one of the KLCC restaurants specializing in Kelantan State cuisine.
Spring Garden Chinese Restaurant – the restaurant offers delicious Thai cuisine, for example, eel with soy sauce and vegetables, fried shrimp with fish sauce, steamed chicken stuffed with crab meat with noodles.
Fishermen’s Cave is an elegant fish restaurant.
Vansh – Excellent Indian cuisine at a branch of a Singaporean restaurant.
The Beach is one of the most popular clubs in Kuala Lumpur, built in the style of Uncle Tom’s hut, located on P.Ramlee. Bollywood is a club named after a famous film studio in Bombay, and it’s all about classic Indian cinema.
El Nino – located opposite the Nikko hotel, a legendary establishment, the most colorful audience of Southeast Asia comes. Regulars say that coming to Kuala Lumpur and not going to El Nino is a waste of money.
Kuala Lumpur is the perfect city for shopping, with everything from local handicrafts and souvenirs to fashion and technology:
Central Market – A stone’s throw from Klang Bus Station, a historic building where showcase their talents and exhibit works by local artists.The building houses many shops and stalls selling trinkets, antiques, souvenirs, handicrafts and Asian cultural items.
Chow Kit – Located on Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman Street, the largest, bustling and liveliest night market in the Malaysian capital, where you can buy a wide variety of handicrafts, including Malay Song-gok hats, prayer books, batik sarongs, silverware from the state of Kelantan and traditional labu earthen pots.
Suria KLCC is the number one shopping center in Kuala Lumpur in terms of popularity, size and location in the shadow of the Petronas Towers.
Chinatown is a great place to buy souvenirs.
Also, many modern shopping centers are concentrated in the area bounded by Jalan Bukit Bintang, Jalan Sultan Izmail, Jalan Ampang, Jalan Tun Razak streets, as well as on Jalan Tuanku Abdul Razak street.
Perdana Botanical Garden and Deer Park
A trip to Deer Park in Kuala Lumpur turned into a three-hour obstacle quest for Arinka and me.It turned out that the reindeer enclosure is part of the giant and very beautiful Perdana Botanical Garden (Taman Tasik Perdana or Lake Gardens) . That day we went around most of it in search of the cherished deer. On the way, we found fruits with a foul smell, alien mushroom trees, balloons with Russian words, Malay newlyweds and a huge gecko. Deer were also found … However, first things first.
After a wonderful day in the Bird Park, the next day it was decided to continue the animal theme and take Arinka to Deer Park .Sasha was working, so we took a taxi (from Chinatown there is only 7-8 ringgit – that’s $ 2.5) and went with Arina alone. The taxi driver knew very little English, at first he brought it to the Bird Park. The inscription on a piece of paper Deer park did not help, I had to draw a deer in the same place. The Malay grandfather broke into a smile and took us back a little, to one of the entrances to Perdana Botanical Gardens . Then he said to go on foot. So we went.
A small stop for a photo near the fountain-waterfall, and we will move on.
Malaysia is a Muslim country , so there should be prayer rooms in a large park. What if prayer time comes just during a walk in the park?
Passed a little, asked the Europeans who were walking towards them (obviously tourists), if they know where Deer Park ? The tourists said that they walked along this road to the end, at the end there is only a lake, there are no deer. Yeah … Well, what to do? Arina again pulls to the Bird Park, but we have already been there, now we need to show her the deer.
We turned a little to the right along the road, and went to wander on. Found bamboo thickets. Arinka asked to photograph her, promised to smile.
We met Malay boys and asked them about deer. They said that we must go to the road where we saw foreigners. I had to return to the previous course. But after 10 minutes of me, I again doubted whether we were going right. We sat down to rest on the bench. A rather large gecko rustled in the bushes – with a tail about 50 centimeters long.And why should he be small? There are many tasty things in the park, and the Malays in Kuala Lumpur do not eat lizards, unlike the Vietnamese mnongs in the Daklak province.
We passed a little more along the road and decided to turn right again. We asked a couple of lovers where the Deer Park was. They waved us in general to the other side of the park. We went there. There are many such couples in lake parks. They sit quietly next to each other and are afraid to move. After all, Islam does not allow you to publicly show your feelings; in the parks there are even appropriate signs hanging.By the way, I saw a similar sign on the bus, only there was also a warning: “Don’t spit!” Does this mean that Malays love to spit on buses? Or is it for tourists? …
Botanical Garden Perdana – beautiful and well maintained. It is divided into small themed pieces: a park of butterflies, orchids, hibiscus, corners with rare species of trees, lakes.
We arrived at another such lake and finally found the center of civilization – a cafe.The prices are symbolic – freshly cooked noodles with chicken – 4 ringgit ($ 1.3), a half-liter bottle of water – 1.5 ringgit ($ 0.5). During lunch, we suddenly saw a couple of Malays in national clothes. They had a wedding photo shoot. I wanted to snap them a couple of times with my long lens without looking up from the meal …
But they suddenly started posing for me. It turned out somehow inconvenient, I photographed the bride and groom with a fork in one hand and a camera in the other. It seems to have turned out quite well …
By the way, in this park there are photo sessions under every other tree.Here’s another couple.
We had lunch and went on looking for deer. On the lawn right next to road Arinka found a bunch of balls , and on them the inscription in Russian: “I love you”! I wouldn’t be surprised at such a find in some Vietnamese Nha Trang, where Russians are full. But here, in Kuala Lumpur … What a pleasant coincidence. Guys, whose balls, confess! (Arina in the photo depicts a smile like a balloon).
There are simply gorgeous playgrounds in Kuala Lumpur.The Perdana Botanical Garden is no exception. What is in the photo is only a tenth of the complex.
Children’s slides and labyrinths are not only beautiful, but also safe. Everything is closed, you won’t fall out of nowhere.
By the way, in our Primorsky Park in Mariupol, where Arinka and I are constantly walking, there are two whole hills. They are the same, with the handrail half falling off. Moreover, they are dangerous – there are no side walls. Usually, when the kids are on the slide, mothers stand below with their arms wide apart and watch so that no one falls off .In Kuala Lumpur, no one stands under the slides. Parents enjoy free time in the shade while their children are busy.
One aunt on the site said that we went in the wrong place and in order to find deer, we need to return to that road at the very beginning of the park. What a news! We listened to my aunt – and within 10 minutes we were at the next lake. Arinka found some kind of fruit. Or maybe a vegetable … But no, it fell from a tree, which means a fruit.
Arina decided to take the fruit home and present it to her dad.Put it in my backpack. I will run a little ahead and say that already in the hotel in the evening I could not understand for a long time: where does the smell of very stale panties come from. Disgusting smell, just killer . Turning everything upside down, I found the source – this is my backpack. The fruit had time to ripen there and let the smelly juice , soaking everything that lay next to it … The smelly was immediately divided into small parts and flushed down the toilet, and learned another lesson – not to pick up unfamiliar and suspicious fruits in Asia on the streets!
In the same place, next to a fruit stink, they found such trees, similar to giant mushrooms.It turned out that this corner is called Topiary Collection, and these trees are nothing more than huge bonsai (remember, I wrote about miniature bonsai in Vietnam?).
Three hours after the start of the walk, Arinka and I wandered into some completely remote corner of the park. We sat down on a tree stump, upset, and we were running out of strength. The Malay grandfather runs towards him. We asked him for directions to the Deer Park, and I said that we had been looking for him for three hours. Grandpa took pity on us and took us to the park. And he was almost always there! If we hadn’t turned off the road for the first time, but had walked another 100 meters, we would have ended up right next to the reindeer enclosure.
Imagine our shock: three hours to search for a park with deer, finally find and stumble upon the “Closed” sign! What a bad luck. We entered the administrative building nearby, woke up the sleeping guards, asked to let us go to the deer.
The guard was very emotional when he learned that a three-year-old baby had been going to the reindeer for so long. But he didn’t let me into the park anyway. But brought half a bucket of stale bread to feed the horned .
Of course, everything would be different if I knew that taxi drivers do not drop off right next to the Reindeer Park, and the way to it must be found by .Here, I downloaded a map from the official website of the Botanical Garden. Maybe someone will come in handy. By clicking on it, you will be taken to the official site of the park. There is a lot of information about each corner separately.
The park is open daily from 7 am to 8 pm. The park is free to enter, but you will need to pay to enter some of the mini theme parks.
In order not to walk and quickly explore the entire park, you can use electric cars that run throughout the territory.You can also book your own personal guide. To do this, you need to call in advance by phone +603 2021 0812 (guides work from 10 am to 5 pm).
P.S. From Kuala Lumpur we have already moved to the island of Langkawi , and even found a house for rent for the next three weeks. All the details with photos and videos in the next post in the coming days!
If you want to continue to follow our travels in Asia, you can subscribe to the newsletter of new posts on social networks or receive notifications by email.All the buttons you need are at the bottom of the page.
Bird Park in Kuala Lumpur: stork and giant pelican hunting
Kiev-Tashkent-Kuala Lumpur: we are back in Asia!
Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur – what’s inside and outside?
Excursions non-stop: the pros and cons of “Hop-on Hop-off” buses in Kuala Lumpur
90,000 Holidays in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 2022
Description of the resort:
Kuala Lumpur is located in Malaysia – the capital of the country, which geographically occupies the southwest of the Malaka Peninsula.It is located in the lowlands in the valley next to such rivers as Gombak and Klang. You can start your journey and acquaintance with the city from its center by visiting the old Masjid Jamek mosque, it is located in the place where rivers intersect, in the part where Kuala Lumpur originated.
You should also visit Independence Square, the National Monument, including the park, the Royal Palace.
Kuala Lumpur has places that are worth paying attention to: batik production is going on here, a well-developed center of folk crafts, a magnificent Chinese temple, the Sri Mahamariam temple, they say that it is the most beautiful temple in Malaysia), the building where the parliament is located, the railway station.
The Petronas Twin Towers are also a must see. Their height reaches about 453 m, there are 88 floors, on the 41st they are connected by a bridge, which is an observation deck.
Here you will also find architectural monuments, religious values of the capital: the Masjid-Negara mosque, which is a state property, the Sri-Maha-Mariamman temple, the International Institute of Islamic Civilization, the ancient Jamek mosque, the architectural building named after A. Sultan Abdul Samad.
Undoubtedly, local parks deserve attention, which are located around beautiful lakes near the center.
Orchid Park – there are approximately 3,000 plant species, Hibiscus Park – this park is a majestic heritage and the result of human labor and care, is considered the “flower” of the country. Nearby is the “Bird Park” – the largest in Southeast Asia, 5000 rare birds live in it.
“Butterfly Park” – there are about 6,000 insects.
“Deer Park” – many animals of this species live, including mouse deer – the smallest ungulates.
Not far from the city there is a Batu Caves temple, you can get there only after passing 272 steps. Taipusam is celebrated on the territory of the temple every year. “Temples Park” – located at a distance of twenty one kilometers from the capital, occupies 1214 hectares, it is considered green lungs, a good place to watch birds, walk between trees and enjoy the charm of nature.
How to get there:
Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) is located in Sepang, fifty kilometers from the main city in the state of Selangor.
You can choose how to get to the main city and back:
Express – buses will deliver from Hentian Duta station – this is next to the Tun Razak Stadium hockey stadium, to the bus station, which is located on the first level of the Kuala Lumpur International Airport building and back.The earliest flight is at 05:30, the latest is at 00:30. Departure every thirty minutes, the journey takes one hour.
Express – buses to the light metro station “Chan-Sou-Lin”. Departure from the car park of the Kuala Lumpur airfield. Early flight at 06:30, late at 21:30. Forty-five minutes on the road, departing every sixty minutes.
High-speed railway (KLIA Ekspres), transit train (KLIA Transit). High-speed trains that carry out transportation between the international airfield and the main city.The high-speed electric train KLIA Ekspres takes passengers to the central air terminal of Kuala Lumpur KL City Air Terminal in twenty-eight minutes. It is part of the city’s main train station, KL Sentral. This transport connection also has a baggage and passenger check-in service on the routes of Cathay Pacific, Malaysia Airlines, Royal Brunei Airlines. When registering, you need to take into account a two-hour time reserve before being sent to the Kuala Lumpur International Airport. High-speed electric trains run every fifteen minutes from five in the morning to nine and from four to eleven in the evening.The rest of the time every twenty minutes with a late flight at midnight. The transit electric train on the way to the airfield stops 3 times and arrives in thirty-six minutes. Tickets for this train are sold at the ticket offices of the arrivals hall, on the ground floor of the main building of the air terminal, in the city terminal of the main station of the city or at ticket offices.
Economy class and first class limousine taxi (Airport Limo). This service is paid in advance. Coupons can be purchased at the airport taxi ticket offices located in the arrival hall of the airport.