KLCC Park is designed and built to promote biodiversity. Across the park, you can find 1,900 indigenous trees and 66 species of palms. These plants are carefully chosen to attract local and migratory birds to the park.
Locals and travelers visit the park to take a breather from the hustle and bustle around the city center. It is also a great spot to visit with your children. There is a playground and many water features around.
Around lunch and dinner hours, you will see locals and office workers bringing their own food to the park to have a picnic in the park or to eat at one of the many gazebos there.
Every evening, the fountains at the man-made Symphony Lake put up eye-catching musical fountain performances. Musical fountain shows start every 1 hour or so and they never fail to pull a large crowd.
- 1 Attraction Type
- 2 Name in Local Language
- 3 Gallery
- 4 Getting There and Around
- 5 Things to Note
- 6 Key Attractions
- 7 Opening Hours
- 8 Admission Fees
- 9 Contact Information
- 10 GPS Coordinates
- 11 Facilities
- 12 Parking
- 13 Nearby Eateries / Restaurants
- 14 Travel Blog Mentions
Name in Local Language
Malay: Taman KLCC
Getting There and Around
To reach KLCC Park, you need to first get yourself to Suria KLCC.
The closest train station to the twin towers is the KLCC LRT (Light Rapid Transit) Station on the Kelana Jaya Line.
When you arrive at the station, follow the signs guiding commuters towards Suria KLCC. The walk through an air-conditioned walkway takes less than 5 minutes.
Once you are inside the shopping mall, take an escalator up to the Ground (G) Level and walk towards the bubble lifts located at the center of the floor. The exit to KLCC Park is just opposite these lifts.
You can walk to the park using the KLCC to Bukit Bintang Pedestrian Walkway if you are near Pavilion Kuala Lumpur or the Bukit Bintang area.
The walkway is elevated, covered and air-conditioned.
If you are coming from Bukit Bintang, you can find the entrance to the walkway at Connection, which is an outdoor but covered section for bars, restaurants and cafes. It is located at Level 3 of Pavilion Kuala Lumpur.
The pedestrian walkway will bring you to Kuala Lumpur Convention Center. From there, take an escalator down and there should be signs pointing towards KLCC Park.
Most taxi drivers in Kuala Lumpur know where KLCC Park is. They will drop you off at Suria KLCC‘s entrance.
Walk into the shopping mall. The exit to the park is just opposite the mall’s entrance and the bubble lifts.
Some unscrupulous taxi drivers may quote unreasonably high fares for travelers heading towards the KLCC area, citing poor traffic conditions and other excuses. Insist on paying according to the meter or at least a reasonable fixed fare.
The following is a list of estimated taxi fares from key attractions around Kuala Lumpur to Suria KLCC:
- Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) to Suria KLCC: RM89 to RM133
- Mid Valley Megamall to Suria KLCC: RM13 to RM20
- KL Tower to Suria KLCC: RM6 to RM9
- Petaling Street (Chinatown) to Suria KLCC: RM8 to RM12
- Bukit Bintang to Suria KLCC: RM7 to RM11
The estimated fares above may vary due to traffic conditions, and they do not include the 50% midnight surcharge.
Once you get off the taxi, walk into Suria KLCC. Then, you can find the exit to the park right opposite the entrance and bubble lifts. The man-made lake is the first thing you will see after exiting the mall.
You can reach KLCC by bus too.
The bus you take will stop either at KLCC LRT Station or Suria KLCC‘s entrance at Jalan P. Ramlee.
If the bus drops you off at the Jalan P. Ramlee bus stop, all you need to do is to walk a short distance into the shopping mall. Then, walk past the bubble lifts and you should see an exit to the park.
On the other hand, if you are getting off at KLCC LRT Station, walk down the stairs leading to the train station.
Instead of going to the station, follow the signs guiding visitors towards Suria KLCC. You need to walk for less than 5 minutes through an air-conditioned underground walkway to reach the shopping mall.
Once you are in Suria KLCC, take an escalator up to the Ground Level and walk towards the bubble lifts located at the center of the floor. The exit to KLCC Park is opposite the lifts.
GOKL CityBus is a free bus service ferrying passengers around Petaling Street (Chinatown), KLCC and Bukit Bintang areas.
You can spot the buses easily because they have a purple exterior which is unique among city buses.
GOKL buses on the green route stops at KLCC LRT Station.
The following are some of the key bus stops on the green route:
- Arab Street (Ain Arabia) – Interchange stop to GOKL buses on the purple route.
- Pavilion Kuala Lumpur – Interchange stop to GOKL buses on the purple route.
- Concorde Hotel
- Berjaya Times Square
- Sungei Wang Plaza
- Raja Chulan Monorail Station
- Grand Hyatt Hotel
- Grand Continental Hotel
The GOKL bus service also has a purple route, which does not stop at KLCC LRT Station.
However, you can still take these buses by switching over to buses on the green route at Arab Street or Pavilion Kuala Lumpur.
The key bus stations on the purple route are:
- Arab Street (Ain Arabia) – Interchange stop to GOKL buses on the green route.
- Pavilion Kuala Lumpur – Interchange stop to GOKL buses on the green route.
- Pasar Seni Bus Hub
- KL Tower
RapidKL City Buses
The two RapidKL city buses below has a stop near PETRONAS Twin Towers.
- B103: Titiwangsa Bus Hub at Jalan Tun Razak to KLCC – Stops at KLCC LRT Station.
- B114: Maluri Bus Hub at Jalan Cheras to Titiwangsa Bus Hub at Jalan Tun Razak via KLCC – Stops in front of Suria KLCC.
Things to Note
- Toys and games are not allowed at the wading pool near the playground.
- Do not wander into the dark or unlit areas after sunset.
- Taxi drivers around the area may quote expensive fares despite laws requiring them to use meters. Take the LRT instead to save the trouble of haggling.
- There will be a long queue for taxis when Suria KLCC is closing.
The following attractions in KLCC Park are worth checking out.
Lake Symphony is the main attraction of KLCC Park. The man-made lake with powerful water fountains is an attention grabber.
You cannot help but pull out your camera when you are standing beside the lake. First, you will be staring at the twin towers in awe. Then, the greenery around the park and the fountains will take turns to impress you. Together, they form a great combination for photos. You can take a picture from anywhere in the park. The photos are going to look beautiful.
The main fountain at the lake is so powerful that it can shoot up to a height of 42 meters.
At night, the lake turns into a venue for musical fountain performances. Around 7:00pm, crowds will start to form around the lake. The stairs will become makeshift seats. You can just tell something magnificent is about to happen.
The performances start at 8:00pm, 9:00pm and 10:00pm daily. Each of them will take around 10 minutes. During the performance, the colorful fountains will perform as many as 150 animations. The songs that they play in the background include:
- My Heart Will Go On by Céline Dion
- Symphony No. 5: I by Ludwig van Beethoven
- Symphony No. 40: I by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
The performances are free.
As the performance draws to a close, you will find yourself with your jaws wide open. Watching well-choreographed water fountains dancing to notable tunes is just mesmerizing!
The playground is a huge draw for both locals and travelers, especially those who are visiting the park with children.
The playground equipment there has sufficient safety features and well-maintained. The ground is also padded with a rubberized surface to prevent injuries.
There is a wading pool for children beside the park.
If you want a place play with water and have a good time with your children, the wading pool is the place to be. Moreover, entry to both the playground and the pool is free.
The park is also the best place to go for a run or a light workout if you are staying near the KLCC area.
The jogging track in the park is 1.3 kilometers long. It is covered with rubberized materials for the comfort and safety of runners.
There are also numerous rest areas and benches alongside the track.
10.00am to 10.00pm. Opens daily including public holidays.
The opening hours for the wading pool near the children’s playground is different from the park’s.
Tuesday – Sunday (Closed every Monday)
10.00 AM – 7.30 PM
Kuala Lumpur City Centre,
50450 Kuala Lumpur,
Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
- Filtered drinking fountains
KLCC Park shares the same parking facility with Suria KLCC.
The following are the rates:
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
Nearby Eateries / Restaurants
There are 2 food courts, plenty of eateries and restaurants in Suria KLCC.
Travel Blog Mentions
Martha blogs at The Beauty Junkee. She visited KLCC Park in June 2014. In her blog post, you can find a picture of the public wading pool from a bird’s eye view as well as a picture of the musical fountain in action.
Kaye from the Philippines visited KLCC Park back in 2012. She took a lot of photos at the park, including shots of the man-made Symphony Lake.
Mimi published a blog post about KLCC Park in 2011. KLCC Park is her favorite park among all the green spots in Kuala Lumpur. She has a tip for travelers who tend to shy away from the hot sun – visit the park in the morning!