Landscape artist Roberto Burle Marx’s last work – the KLCC Park – is that thought to be his best. It was built to prettify the land around the Petronas towers, and at that task, it has succeeded brilliantly. The 20 hectares park is nearly a botanic garden, with 1900 trees and 66 different types of palm, some of which are endangered species.
Its highlights are:
- Laky Symphony: Two water fountains at that spray up in towers of 42 metres at a time, in 380 different synchronised effects, and a night show of color, music and dancing waters in evenings.
- 1.3 kilometre jogging track specially made for running shock absorption.
- Children’s pool and a 2 acre playground.
- An elevated bridge from where to enjoy the full breadth of the park.
- The As Syakirin Mosque.
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Klcc Park Travel Tips
- There are drinking facilities, parking areas, toilets and seating areas around the park.
Klcc Park Hours
Water fountain times:
- Weekdays: 12pm-2pm & 6:00pm-11pm
- Weekends: 10am-12am
- Nightshow starts at 8pm
- Closed Mondays
- Tuesday – Fridays: 10am-7:30pm
- Saturday – Sunday: 10am-9:30pm
How to Reach Klcc Park
- KLCC LRT station – Yellow Line
- B103, BET 7, U29, U332
- B114 stop Exxon Mobil, Persiaran KLCC
- Food stalls
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16.41% of people who visit Kuala Lumpur include Klcc Park in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
38.71% of people start their Klcc Park visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Klcc Park
56.36% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Klcc Park