The KLCC to Bukit Bintang Pedestrian Walkway is an elevated, air-conditioned and covered walkway.

The total length of the walkway is about 1.2 kilometers with the elevated section stretching as far as 562 meters. The width of 5 meters is spacious enough for a large crowd during peak hours.

The walkway officially opened for use in January 2012.

It connects Kuala Lumpur Convention Center with Connection, a section for restaurants and bars in Pavilion Kuala Lumpur.

You can also use the walkway to reach Jalan Raja Chulan, Jalan Pinang, Jalan Perak, Raja Chulan KL Monorail Station and attractions in the KLCC area like KLCC Park, Suria KLCC, Petronas Twin Towers as well as the KLCC LRT (Light Rapid Transit) Station.

The walkway is free to use and it is definitely more comfortable as compared to walking on the streets of Kuala Lumpur. Travelers using the walkway are well protected from rain and hot sun. It is safer too thanks to the presence of security guards along the walkway.

Since its introduction, the walkway has quickly become the preferred way to travel between the the KLCC area and Bukit Bintang.

Attraction Type

Landmark

Name in Local Language

Malay: Laluan Pejalan Kaki KLCC – Bukit Bintang

Getting There

You can enter the walkway from Jalan Raja Chulan, Jalan Pinang or Jalan Perak but the two main entrances are at Kuala Lumpur Convention Center and Pavilion Kuala Lumpur.

From Suria KLCC

First, go to the Concourse (C) Level and head towards the Center Court.

When you are there, enter an underground walkway and follow the signs pointing towards Kuala Lumpur Convention Center or Aquaria KLCC.

You should see Aquaria KLCC when you arrive at Kuala Lumpur Convention Center. Head towards Aquaria’s entrance. Then, walk up the stairs to the Ground Level and get yourself out of the convention center.

From there, you can take an escalator up to the walkway.

KLCC Entrance for the KLCC to Bukit Bintang Pedestrian Walkway
KLCC Entrance for the KLCC to Bukit Bintang Pedestrian Walkway

From Bukit Bintang

The easiest way to enter the walkway from Bukit Bintang is to get to its entrance in Pavilion Kuala Lumpur. It is a luxury shopping mall located between Jalan Bukit Bintang and Jalan Raja Chulan.

Once you are inside the mall, take the escalators or a lift to Level 3.

Next, walk towards Connection, which is an outdoor section for bars, restaurants and cafes.

Take a right turn after entering Connection from the inside of the shopping mall. Then, walk all the way to the end and you will find the entrance to the walkway.

Opening Hours

Opens daily from 6:00 AM to 11:00 PM.

Last entry to the walkway is at 10:55 PM.

Admission Fee

Free

GPS Coordinates

Entrance at Kuala Lumpur Convention Center

3.153455, 101.712839

Entrance at Pavilion Kuala Lumpur

3.150036, 101.712448

Parking

The following are places to park your vehicle should you wish to have easy access to the walkway.

Kuala Lumpur Convention Center

First hour or part thereof: RM4.00
Second and third hour or part thereof: RM3.00 per hour
Every subsequent hour or part thereof: RM4.00 per hour

Entry Between 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM and Exit Before 6:00 AM
RM8.00 per entry

Entry Between 10:00 PM to 6:00 AM and Exit Within 24 Hours
RM4.00 per entry

Penalty for Loss of Ticket
RM50.00

Pavilion Kuala Lumpur

For Vehicles

Daily (7:00 AM to 5:00 PM)
First hour or part thereof: RM3.00
Every subsequent hour or part thereof: RM3.00
Maximum charge per day: RM30.00

Monday to Friday (5:00 PM to 7:00 AM)
RM8.00 per entry

Saturdays, Sundays & Public Holidays (5:00 PM to 7:00 AM)
RM10.00 per entry

Penalty for Loss of Ticket
RM50.00

Penalty for Clamp Release
RM100.00

For Motorcycles

Mondays to Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays & Public Holidays
RM2.00 per entry

Penalty for Loss of Ticket
RM10.00

Penalty for Clamp Release
RM 100.00

Suria KLCC

Monday to Saturday
First hour: RM4.00
Second and third hour: RM3.00 per hour
Fourth hour and above: RM4.00 per hour

Monday – Friday (5.00 PM to 5.00 AM)
Maximum rate: RM10.00

Saturday (After 12.00 PM), Sunday & Public Holidays
First 3 hours: RM4.00
Subsequent hours: RM4.00 per hour

Lost Ticket
RM50.00

Travel Blog Mentions

Visit Malaysia: KLCC – Bukit Bintang Walkway – Walk with Ease, Walk with Style

Kairul Izwan, a travel blogger from Malaysia, took a walk on the walkway and published a post about his experience in February 2014. In his blog post, he mentioned that security guards are well-positioned throughout the walkway. Thus, safety is not going to be an issue.

Walked on KLCC – Bukit Bintang Walkway

Colin visited the walkway soon after its opening in 2012. He has a lot of photos to share in the blog post. The walkway was so new back then that some renovation works were still ongoing.

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Wayne Liew
Wayne fell in love with traveling and every aspect of it when he traveled to Singapore in 2013. He is a newbie when it comes to traveling and he loves chatting with other travelers to learn from their experiences. Are you a traveler? Let's connect!

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  1. It’s a useful posting. Appreciate for your devotion. One very disappointing point of this walkway is there is no lift through the whole walkway. I was frustrated when I was traveling here with stroller.

    • Hey Justin, thank you for letting us know your experience. It must be very frustrating, especially with the hot and humid weather that we have here. I’ll see if there’s a way to forward this to the management of the walkway. 🙂

    • Hey Jason, thanks for your feedback, and I’m sorry if the directions were confusing. I’d love to improve the section. Can you please share with me the section where it was confusing and misleading for you when you tried following it? Thanks. 🙂