KLCC Park, Kuala Lumpur: How To Reach, Best Time & Tips

About KLCC Park

The KLCC Park is a metropolitan park located in Kuala Lumpur City Centre. Overlooking the Suria shopping complex and the Petronas Towers, the lush greenery of the urban park adds a natural flavour to the otherwise paved and cemented urban neighbourhood. 

The park draws considerable attention from tourists and residents alike. The man-made lake, Lake Symphony, is probably the biggest attraction in the park. The contrast created both between the surrounding greenery of the park and the urban design and lush flora inside the garden is a wonder to behold. 

The park also has a variety of functional features like a jogging track replete with resting benches, waterfalls, fountains, and a children’s playground. The overall design of the park is unapologetically inclusive, and you can have a surreal experience at this park as it is loaded with greenery.

The As-Syakirin Mosque is a notable attraction of the park. The 21-hectare structure is considered a jewel of the park, as well as an architectural landmark amongst the global Islamic diaspora. It serves as a welcome addition to the serenity and cultural vibrancy of the park. 

How to Reach KLCC Park

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You will find multiple ways to reach the park, depending on which area of the city you are currently in. You could choose any of the following ways to reach the park: 

By Bus: 
From The Summit Subang USJ, take a 770 bus, to Hab Pasar Seni. From here you can board the Gombak 5 train to reach KLCC. Exit from Avenue K, and you will reach the park.
From Sri Maha Mariamman Temple Shah Alam, wait for the 700 or 734 bus, and ride to Hab Pasar Seni. Exit from Platform G and walk to Pasar Seni. Board the Gombak 5 train to reach KLCC. Exit from Avenue K.

By Train:
From the Putra World Trade Centre, you can take a train on Line 3 or 4, and ride to Masjid Jamek, wherefrom you can take the Gombak 5 train to reach KLCC. Exit from Avenue K. 
From Pudu Sentral, walk 250m to Plaza Rakyat, where you can take a train on Line 3 or 4, and ride to Masjid Jamek. From there you can take the Gombak 5 train to reach KLCC. Exit from Avenue K.

Best Time to Visit KLCC Park

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The park is open every day, from 7 AM to 10 PM. 

What Not to Miss at KLCC Park

Some of the most splendid attractions to visit near KLCC Park are.-

1. Aquaria KLCC 
This is a beautiful aquarium that has a collection of around one fifty marine species. The star attractions of this aquarium include blu rays, sea snakes, tiger sharks and other coral fish. It takes all the visitors through watery landscapes ranging from the Highlands to the flooded jungle of Malaysia.

Location: Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, Jalan Pinang, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50088 Kuala Lumpur

2. Petrosains 
Tourists can also channel their inner nerds by visiting Petrosains which is a futuristic science discovery center. It has everything ranging from racing cars to fossils and virtual experiences for those who like a more somber experience to fulfill their curiosity. 

Location: KLCC, 4 Suria, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50088 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Distance from the Park: 160m

3. Jalan P Ramlee 
If you wish to experience the nightlife of Kuala Lumpur in the best way, then Jalan P Ramlee Should be your ideal spot. This venue is replete with various dining spots that serve the exquisite dishes ranging from Japanese classics to French originals and American-style steakhouses. It is also home to a variety of sultry bars to enjoy your night away with your friends. 

Location: Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Distance from the Park: 1KM

Things to Do in KLCC Park

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1. Witness the Water Fountain Show
The highlight of KLCC Park is the water fountain show; where you can witness an impressive musical water fountain with laser lights.

2. Sweat out your extra fat at the jogging track
There is a jogging track also located in the park where one can sweat it out to stay fit. There are a number of benches for resting, around the track as well. 

3. Dive into the pool
There is also a wading pool in the park where you could beat the heat. It has clear and freshwater apt for swimming.

Other Essential Information About KLCC Park

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Kuala Lumpur City Centre, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

: 7 AM-10 PM, all days. 

Entry Fees:
There are no entry fees leviable for visiting this park. 

Places to Eat In and Near KLCC Park

There are a variety of eateries available in as well as near the park. 

1. CozyCorner
This is an incredible dining joint that offers the best Asian and Malaysian cuisines. The restaurant maintains utmost hygiene and offers a menu that can suit the demand of the discerning palate.

2. 'Porto Romano'
This is an ideal place for anyone who wishes to taste the best Mediterranean and Italian cuisines. The best thing about this place is that all the dishes served over here are garnished so well that you feel like feeding your eyes too with the sight of the dishes.

3. ‘OneSixFive’
This is the perfect place to enjoy international cuisines. The interiors of this restaurant are quite quirky, and the staff is extremely pleasing.

Places to Stay Near KLCC Park

There are a number of highly recognizable places to stay near KLCC park. 

1. Four Seasons Hotel: If you are an international traveller looking for assurance on quality, look no further than the four seasons hotel. It offers incredible amenities like Wi-Fi, music system, air conditioner and television.
     Distance from the Park: 300m

2. Hyatt Hotel: This hotel is yet another luxurious hotel that promises high-quality convenience and assistance for a comfortable stay. It has a restaurant, Spa, swimming pool, fitness centre and a parking facility.
     Distance from the Park: 400m

3. Mandarin Oriental: This hotel offers spacious rooms and premium services to make your stay memorable.  There is also an indoor golf and tennis area in this restaurant along with a swimming pool and fitness centre. 
     Distance from the Park: 400m

4. RuMa Hotels and Residences: The hotel is highly comfortable, and has 24 hours’ currency exchange and concierge services available. There is also a fitness centre, 24 hours front desk service and parking facility available here. 
   -Distance from the Park: 300m

Medical Assistance Near the Park

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The Twin Towers Medical Centre is a polytechnic that provides high-quality medical assistance and is a mere 350m away from the park. There are other medical centres close-by as well such as Queens Medical Clinic and Klinik MediOne. 

Mobile Connectivity in the Park

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There is no problem with mobile connectivity in the park since it is located in the middle of the city. You’re advised to get an international SIM at arrival to the airport, to ensure that there are no problems with respect to connecting to the internet or making calls. 

Tips for Travelers

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Here are some of the most essential tips that you must follow.

1. Travellers are often advised to plan their days ahead of time and leave for the park latest by 11 AM to beat the traffic. Malaysian traffic can otherwise be debilitating and can come in the way of your plans for the day. 

2. Planning an entire day is recommended to enjoy the park in its entirety. If one has pets with them, it would be advisable to arrange for some private means of transportation since public transports prohibit carrying pets.

3. If there is a paucity of time, the fountain show Lake Symphony should be given the highest priority. 
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People Also Ask About KLCC Park

  1. Where to park at KLCC?

    In the city centre area, there are no legal parking spots easily available. Therefore, one would have to park their car in the basement parking available in the complexes surrounding the park. Parking in a shopping complex like the Suria Complex will be extremely safe.
  2. Can you drink alcohol in KLCC?

    Yes, there are no bans on alcohol consumption in Malaysia in general, and Kuala Lumpur tops the alcohol consumption metric in the country. One can buy alcohol either from dedicated shops or from the liquor section of the convenience stores. There are also a number of bars that serve alcohol.
  3. Can you bring pets in KLCC?

    There is generally no major issue in bringing dogs to the city, but one needs to follow the basic procedures like the seven-day mandatory quarantine and the requisite documentation. Further, public transports and some residential places (resorts, hotels etc) generally don’t allow pets, particularly dogs, unless it is a guide dog. You should confirm the details of the same with whichever establishment you have chosen to stay.
  4. What is the entry fee of KLCC Park?

    There is no entry fee for visiting the park!
  5. What is the best time to visit KLCC Park?

    The best time to visit the park is during the evening since that is the time the much-sought-after fountain show at the Lake Symphony begins. The light and fountain show at the lake Symphony are absolutely phenomenal.
  6. How can I get from KLCC Park to Suria KLCC?

    The two locations are just 160m apart. One can cover the distance by walking east from the park to Suria KLCC.
  7. Is KLCC Park free?

    Yes! You can enjoy all the experiences, from witnessing the tapestry of the surrounding buildings from the bridge on the lake to jogging or picnicking, for free.
  8. How do I get to KLCC Park?

    The park is in the middle of the city. Thus, there are multiple ways of reaching the place. The public transport of the city is highly reliable, and so you can board a train, bus or cab to visit KLCC Park.
  9. What time is KLCC fountain show?

    The fountain show usually happens thrice a day, and one can witness the show, with perfect musical galore, at either 8 PM, 9 PM or 10 PM.
  10. How far is Bukit Bintang from KLCC?

    The KLCC is 2.7KM away from Bukit Bintang.
  11. What can we do at KLCC?

    A visit at KLCC is a holistic affair. Tourists have the opportunity to choose from a variety of fun and calm avenues, like going to the park for a relaxing day, the Aquaria KLCC for a wondrous exploration of oceanic life. Alternatively, they can also plan an action-packed day and go to the many shopping complexes, visit the Petrosains for a nerd fest, or go enjoy the many amazing nightlife venues to experience the famed nightlife of the city.
  12. Who is the owner of KLCC?

    The City Center is designed to be a city within a city. The KLCC Property Holdings owns the iconic Petronas Towers.

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