Nature & parks in Kuala Lumpur

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Nature & Parks in Kuala Lumpur

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  • ET324566
    1 contribution
    This was a solo trip. Rm52 on weekday. It was quite good to see sharks etc minus the constant screaming of excitement coming from kids, overall it was fine. Theres welcome pic taken of u where u r required to take off mask. The pics cost RM80 above. Good experience but felt the overall trip is quite short n can be done less than an hour. Somehow i remember the trip used to be more exciting many years ago.

    Didnt know there was live feeding by the divers. When i resched it was already the end and no mention was made as to whens the next.
    Written 3 May 2022
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  • Joyce P
    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia7 contributions
    It's a great place for a morning yoga or an evening run.

    Bring your young kids here for water play because there's a nice little public pool. There's also a huge playground for the young kids. If you prefer to run, there's a running path.

    Over the years, the park's size has been reduced to make way for development. I do hope the KLCC Management do not reduce the size anymore!
    Written 7 March 2022
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  • Lesley
    Petaling Jaya, Malaysia167 contributions
    We visited this nature bird park with aviary. This park has feeding time schedule for us to watch. We felt amaze of those eagles are able to catch their foods. We did feed those cute parrots. The bird show was pretty amazing. However, the ostrich need to be well care as they are aggressively fight each other.
    Written 24 April 2021
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  • Ainil I
    Shah Alam246 contributions
    It is indeed a beautiful green garden. Despite few areas under maintenance, it is a good place to jog, walk and relax with family. To all malaysians, let's preserve our beautiful aset, help keep clean and tidy so that our future generation can also feel this beautiful experience. For those not keen to walk, you can take the buggy at RM 10 per person. The buggy driver (mamu) is awesome and sharing lots of information about the attractive areas.
    Written 5 January 2021
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  • Breathtaking, but some of the plants/trees looked sad, could use more care. A great escape from the bustling city.
    Written 3 November 2020
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  • rosegrove77
    Beijing, China268 contributions
    A nice way to kill an hour amongst nature! This was a nice experience to be surrounded by beautiful butterflies. It’s a a nice walk around the gardens to see all the different varieties of butterfly. Some are shy whilst others will happily sit on your hand. I loved the gardens but didn’t like the education centre part with too many creepy looking bugs in it!
    Written 23 October 2021
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  • PAALAY
    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia66 contributions
    You can feel the cool breeze as you climb up the hills. The moisture level as per environment at height of TABUR ,drops as you leap heights .

    The difficulty level of Bukit Tabur trek can be considered as easy to moderate. Even the beginners can go for trek. You must be healthy and have good stamina. After you reach the amazing site of Bukit Tabur where the view is awesome , see the lake , touch the sky , with friends willed with joy and enthusiasm at such a height surrounded by majestic atmosphere is an experience of a lifetime!
    Written 22 November 2020
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  • GPhillipsMBE
    Carterton, UK2,789 contributions
    This is much larger than you first think as each area is linked to another one so be carful to ask the staff where to go at each section.
    Written 21 February 2020
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  • Ollerbarrow
    Altrincham, UK1,610 contributions
    After climbing down from the Batu caves there is nothing quite like a soothing paddle in the lake at the bottom of these waterfalls. The locals clearly love the place and splash about happily in the agreeably cool waters. Watch out for the monkeys!
    Written 28 February 2020
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  • Noshi
    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia28 contributions
    Chose the shortest route as it was drizzling and we were with kids. Good place to reconnect with nature.

    The trails are well-marked, but in any case, just ask the friendly hikers there and they will show you the way.
    Written 1 January 2021
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  • Highadventurer
    Singapore, Singapore4,695 contributions
    BK park is closed during current MCO. Many people walk up from car park to guard house obviously to get some strength walking uphill and down

    Maybe good for nature to be given a break from us human to regenerate !
    Written 22 January 2021
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  • Wildcat7400
    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia876 contributions
    A friend wanted to hike & invited my partner & I to join her. She was not there when we arrived at 7:20 am. We could not find a proper parking space & had to join others who had double parked. The queue to the entrance was extremely long. We registered, took our temperature & continued waiting for our friend who arrived an hour later.

    It was all the way up at the beginning of the hike. I was huffing & puffing as it was a little steep but the trail gradually became easier. I was told there were 9 erected trails which totalled some 14 km. These trails had been carefully constructed by volunteers & Temuan Orang Asli in close consultation with the Selangor Forestry Department.

    We took the Denai Tiga Puteri trail that would lead us to the highest point of the forest reserve. At the top, the view was of the northbound & southbound traffic along the NKVE stretch with the Kota Damansara township & greenery in the background. Along this trail, we had stopped for a photo session at 1 particular huge tree which was rumoured to be more than 100 years old.

    There were also wooden directional signages nailed to trees so that we won’t lose our way. We also saw some bikers going into other trails. Some hikers were on our same path training for their trail runs. Others brought their children that would put many adults to shame. At some steep areas, there were ropes to help us climb up.

    Those unfamiliar with the trails can get the assistance of a Temuan guide by completing a booking form on MyChangkul’s online platform. Another option is to download the free Komoot app which works like Waze. You will be able to see the trail network & navigate yourself.

    The Kota Damansara forest reserve has an area of 320 hectares. It is here to stay due to the relentless pursuits of individuals, organisations & societies championing for its continued existence. Malaysian Nature Society has been tirelessly defending for its conservation til it bore fruition with it being gazetted in 2010 as a forest reserve.

    You can also contribute by being a member of KDCF Society. Membership is RM10 per year. However, you have the option to pay a RM100 for a Lifetime Membership. The membership fee goes to the maintenance of forest trails & keeping a strong number of membership. Showing a growing number of members might deter those who have ill intentions.

    We would definitely come back to explore the other 8 trails & to connect with like-minded people of all ages, races & beliefs.
    Written 1 November 2020
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  • Ibrahim M
    Male770 contributions
    Nice and green park within Kuala Lampur. I went there in the afternoon with my kids and they enjoyed it. There is a playground for kids, bicycle rental and other activities.
    Written 31 December 2018
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  • tay3111
    Melaka State, Malaysia683 contributions
    This public parks that are dotted around Kuala Lumpur contribute to the beauty and tranquility of the city by offering a green oasis for everyone to enjoy like jogging or picnic.
    Written 3 June 2020
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  • Lynn Mano
    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia1,062 contributions
    It’s a good place for hiking especially for beginners. The track was easy and not too challenging. Whilst tracking, you can enjoy looking at the many flora and faunas. You can also listen to the sound of birds and monkeys climbing from one trees to the others. This is one of the famous recreational place in Kuala Lumpur. It’s not only suitable for adults but also for kids. There are about 30 check points from the start till the end of the track. The distance of the whole track is about 3.5 km. Good enough to burn your fat 😜.
    Written 10 December 2021
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