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Kuala Lumpur : parcs et nature

Meilleurs parcs

Parc
“KLCC Park-50-acre garden set close to Suria KLCC shopping centre. Designed by Roberto Burle Marx, it was designed to provide a touch of greenery for the Petronas Twin Towers and the areas surrounding it. On the park grounds is a 10,000sqm man-made Lake Symphony with a 43m bridge that cuts across. Two musical fountains display over 150 unique programmed animations in a magical performance of sound and water. KLCC Lake Symphony Light and Sound Water Fountain showtimes are 8pm, 9pm and 9.45pm daily.”
  • Recommandé par 112 habitants
Parc
“Visit the largest bird park in the city. I can arrange a day tour in Kuala Lumpur and eat a good local food. If interested please make booking.( Rm 350- 450 one car)”
  • Recommandé par 138 habitants
Zoo
“The National Zoo is a zoo in Malaysia located on 110 acres of land in Ulu Klang, Gombak District, Selangor, Malaysia. It was officially opened on 14 November 1963 by the country's first prime minister, Tunku Abdul Rahman. The park is managed by a non-governmental organisation known as the Malaysian Zoological Society.”
  • Recommandé par 38 habitants
Parc
“The Perdana Botanical Garden, formerly known as Taman Tasik Perdana or Lake Gardens, is situated in the Heritage Park of Kuala Lumpur. It has always been a part of the green lung of the city and has a history of over a decade.”
  • Recommandé par 50 habitants
Parc
“Petronas Twin Towers in KLCC were the tallest buildings in the world from 1 January 1998 to 31 December 2004. Currently, it still holds the record for the tallest twin buildings in the world. The 88-storey towers were built using mostly reinforced concrete, with steel-and-glass facades to resemble Islamic motifs which were intended to reflect the official and majority religion of Malaysia. KLCC attractions are plentiful as this is where several of Kuala Lumpur’s significant and prominent landmarks are found. Plus, the area can be explored on foot or public transportation. With a soaring height of 452 metres, the crown jewel of KL is undoubtedly the architectural masterpiece that is the Petronas Twin Towers. Ideal for travelling families, there are plenty of kid-friendly attractions such as KLCC Park (which houses a public swimming pool for kids, water fountains, cascades and reflecting pools), the interactive science discovery centre, Petrosains, Malaysia’s first dedicated Classical music concert hall, and Aquaria KLCC.”
  • Recommandé par 59 habitants
Parc
“FRIM is the first and most venerable research institute in Malaysia focusing on forestry science, to which its spacious grounds and rainforest acreage are dedicated. Sited adjacent to Bukit Lagong Forest Reserve, it is also a Malaysian Natural Heritage Site, as well as on the Tentative List of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Although actually devoted to research, FRIM opened much of its grounds for public access and use, allowing activities as varied as hiking and mountain biking, to birdwatching and camping, to wedding photography. The best way to get to FRIM is by car. Note that it isn’t a particularly easy place to hail a return taxi, even if it is easy to get one to go there from the city centre. So if you don’t have your own car, it might be best to get a taxi to wait, or try and GrabCar it. ”
  • Recommandé par 48 habitants
Parc
“KL Forest Eco park AKA Bukit Nanas is a very nice park, it us a real forest in the city center, but they have facilitated ease of movement across the forest with towers and bridges so that you can view it from above and move between trees safely, it is a very nice walk, view and it is safe for children. Situated within the city, this rain forest has several nature trails & a forest canopy walkway.”
  • Recommandé par 46 habitants
Club Discothèque
“Zouk Kuala Lumpur, set along Jalan Tun Razak, encompasses six dynamically different themed rooms (namely Aristo & Rooftop Garden, Barsonic, Main Room, Phuture, Terrace Bar and Velvet Underground), and with frequent appearances from international heavyweights such as Above & Beyond and DJ Tiesto, it’s no wonder that Zouk is still a favourite among KL-lites even after nine years of existence. Tuesdays are ‘Ghetto Heaven’ nights featuring selections of only the best hip hop and R&B grooves, and Wednesdays are Mambo Jambo parties, taking you back to the 80s with hits from the era, so strut your best stuff and dance the night away!”
  • Recommandé par 22 habitants

Aires de jeux

Parc
“KLCC Park-50-acre garden set close to Suria KLCC shopping centre. Designed by Roberto Burle Marx, it was designed to provide a touch of greenery for the Petronas Twin Towers and the areas surrounding it. On the park grounds is a 10,000sqm man-made Lake Symphony with a 43m bridge that cuts across. Two musical fountains display over 150 unique programmed animations in a magical performance of sound and water. KLCC Lake Symphony Light and Sound Water Fountain showtimes are 8pm, 9pm and 9.45pm daily.”
  • Recommandé par 112 habitants
Parc
“Petronas Twin Towers in KLCC were the tallest buildings in the world from 1 January 1998 to 31 December 2004. Currently, it still holds the record for the tallest twin buildings in the world. The 88-storey towers were built using mostly reinforced concrete, with steel-and-glass facades to resemble Islamic motifs which were intended to reflect the official and majority religion of Malaysia. KLCC attractions are plentiful as this is where several of Kuala Lumpur’s significant and prominent landmarks are found. Plus, the area can be explored on foot or public transportation. With a soaring height of 452 metres, the crown jewel of KL is undoubtedly the architectural masterpiece that is the Petronas Twin Towers. Ideal for travelling families, there are plenty of kid-friendly attractions such as KLCC Park (which houses a public swimming pool for kids, water fountains, cascades and reflecting pools), the interactive science discovery centre, Petrosains, Malaysia’s first dedicated Classical music concert hall, and Aquaria KLCC.”
  • Recommandé par 59 habitants
Playground
“Taking the fun of shopping seriously Enter its grand gateway into a maze of experiences. This is a shopper’s paradise, fashionista’s haven, kid’s wonderland, gourmet hunter’s sanctuary and a firm family favourite, all under one roof. Mid Valley Megamall is home to a myriad of retail experiences unlike any other, ranging from a dazzling array of fashion and lifestyle innovations to home furnishings, cosmetics and healthcare essentials to wining, dining and all things entertainment. With 1.7 million square feet nett lettable and over four hundred retailers in twelve categories, there are plenty to keep devoted shoppers grinning. It houses signature anchor tenants AEON, AEON BIG, Metrojaya, and Golden Screen Cinemas amongst 430 specialty stores including high fashion international brands Superdry, Bershka, Kipling, Miss Selfridge, Swarovski, Timberland, Topshop / Topman, Uniqlo and Zara and local brands such as Padini Concept Store. Wander around the massive complex and you might stumble upon some of the junior anchor specialty shops, including Celebrity Fitness, MPH Bookstores and the Mid Valley Exhibition Centre (MVEC), complete with an atrium and 3 halls within 67,621 square feet.”
  • Recommandé par 7 habitants
Parc
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Sentiers

Parc
“FRIM is the first and most venerable research institute in Malaysia focusing on forestry science, to which its spacious grounds and rainforest acreage are dedicated. Sited adjacent to Bukit Lagong Forest Reserve, it is also a Malaysian Natural Heritage Site, as well as on the Tentative List of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Although actually devoted to research, FRIM opened much of its grounds for public access and use, allowing activities as varied as hiking and mountain biking, to birdwatching and camping, to wedding photography. The best way to get to FRIM is by car. Note that it isn’t a particularly easy place to hail a return taxi, even if it is easy to get one to go there from the city centre. So if you don’t have your own car, it might be best to get a taxi to wait, or try and GrabCar it. ”
  • Recommandé par 48 habitants
Trail
“Bukit Gasing is a Forest Park with a 100 hectare stretch of green belt dividing the city of Petaling Jaya (Selangor state) from the Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur. A choice of many hiking trails within the park to suit all levels of energy and fitness.”
  • Recommandé par 19 habitants
Trail
“View is super fantastic but the trail is quite tough and not suitable for beginner. It will take about 4-6 hours for the full trail and be sure to go with partner. Rock climbing is required. ”
  • Recommandé par 6 habitants
Trail
  • Recommandé par 2 habitants