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I don't always come here but when I do, I take time to immerse in the sun and take a slow walk around the park (and great place to play pokemon go, if you do play this game) and if you are here, you can...More
After staying in New York for about a month, I could understand why the Central Park was required for the city of NY. And I belive KLCC Park is the same for the people(including visitors and tourists) in Kuala Lumpur
Good open space with various activities running, pool relaxing just watching the world go by. Spoilt a little by constrcution noise but then I suppose that what happens to a progressive City....... Still a nice open space in a lively City.
Incredible views of the petronas towers. This park is an extremely relaxing environment, could spend all day just wandering and enjoying the views of the city. There’s some great opportunities for amazing photos.
The only downside is the security staff are EXTREMELY rude. We were...More
This park was right in front of our hotel. Dusk is a lovely time to walk around it. There’s a separate jogging path for the more athletic. Once dark the view of the Petronas Towers is beautiful. The water fountains in front of the Suria...More
The park isn't huge but really planned. A really nice place to escape away from the hectic city vibe to slow down and relax.
Parents, there is a childrens playground area and a swimming pool with a mini waterfall.
Adults, there is a running path,...More
This is a beautiful and relaxing space at the foot of the Petronas Towers. There’s a lovely lake, and the gardens are well kept. When we visited it looked particularly nice as it was coming up to Chinese New Year. Well worth a visit.
This is a beautiful well maintained park right in the middle of KL city.It has lots of play equipment for young children and lots of open spaces.Covered seats and tables are also dotted throughout the park.The bridge in the park has a wonderful view of...More
I am going to Siem Reap for 4 days and 3 nights, arriving around 12:35AM. I'm traveling alone with a budget of 236MYR (food and transportation only) for my whole stay. Would this be enough? Itinerary: Day 1: Batu Caves Sultan Abdul Samad Building National Mosque Bukit Bintang Day 2: KL Tower KLCC Park Petronas Towers (I won't go up, just want to take pictures) Petaling Street Day 3: Free Walking Tour by City Council Little India Chan See Shu Yuen Temple Thean Hou...More
May 10, 2017|
Your opening is a little confusing--Siam Reap? However, ff you stick to local restaurants and public transport you'll be okay, though I believe a ticket to the top of KL Tower is not cheap. May want to save a little there.
Cherry Mae W
Traffic from KLIA to KLCC around 5:30PM on a monday? (11 Replies)
my husband and I are arriving KLIA2 around 5:30PM on a monday. I am pregnant but we dont have many luggages. We are staying in a hotel around KLCC between bukit bintang and KLCC park. Its a 15 minutes walk from the nearest train station. I am thinking of hiring a private car for transfer so that we dont need to change trains and walk a lot but I worry that we might be stuck in Traffic Jam for a very long time. Do you suggest taking the Train or its ok to Hire a car?
September 08, 2017|
Just grab a pre paid taxi from the Airport. Yes there will be traffic and KL can get quite congested, but the taxis are clean and comfortable. Cheers Sean
Itinerary (5 Replies)
Hi I really would like some help with my itinerary...I don’t even know where to start but am going to be in Kuala Lumpur on the 26th of February for 7 days. I was hoping someone with local knowledge will be able to advise me which attractions to group together if I listed the ones I was interested in. The attractions I want to see are: petrona towers- don’t really want to go up would rather do the observation at kl tower Kl tower- observation deck Islamic arts museum Klcc park ...More
February 19, 2018|
As far as I'm concerned, Sam, 7 days is a long time to be in KL - it's a busy, noisy and stressful place but great too! Just got back from there last week. I would be tempted to get a bus (couple of hours) down to Melaka for a couple of nights in the middle - not Singapore, it's way too far! However, the thing you've missed that is a must see in my book is the Batu Caves - also you need to go to Merdeka Square, and from there you can walk to Masjid Jamek, the Central Market area, Petaling...More