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- Kudos to the designers of this park as they have truly achieved to make us feel in the jungle while still being in the heart of Kuala Lumpur. The right choice of trees and a well cared maintenance. Congratulations.Written 26 September 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- A nice park with a wide variety of bird species, many of them free-flying. Most of the animals were in clean, large enclosures (although the ostriches and emus looked terribly crowded.) Fun to wander around. Worth a stop.Written 20 September 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- I spent the early morning here walking around the areas before the heat really started to kick in. Probably saw around half the park in only an hour and a half of walking with a lot of stopping for pictures (and also trying to figure out where to go next).
By 9:00 I was already starting to feel the heat but I was also wearing a backpack that was doing me no favors. Can get surprisingly hilly at some points which is something to keep in mind.
Overall though I enjoyed the relative peace and quiet offered by the space. I didn't get to see the mini waterfalls, butterfly park or mini stonehenge as I seemed to only walk through one side of the park, but I guess that just goes to show you how much there is / how spread out it can get.
It's no Gardens By The Bay, but it's well maintained and worthy of a visit alongside the nearby Islamic Arts Museum.Written 22 July 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- What a great place! A chance to explore some rainforest right in the city. Highly recommend you bring insect repellant. The bridges were great and we took some wonderful photos. Unfortunately the "guides" in the bridges are all QR codes and some are worn by weather and don't work. The others all generate google searches in Malay. More signs with descriptions of the plants for foreign visitors would be helpful.
Tip: Take the free bus from the entry gate of the KL tower - it will drive you to the top of the hill. Enter the Eco Park there and you will mostly be going downhill. If you enter at the base of the park, it's a lot of uphill walking and stair climbing, which is a challenge in the humid environment.Written 20 September 2022
- A nice way to kill an hour amongst nature! This was a nice experience to be surrounded by beautiful butterflies. It’s a a nice walk around the gardens to see all the different varieties of butterfly. Some are shy whilst others will happily sit on your hand. I loved the gardens but didn’t like the education centre part with too many creepy looking bugs in it!Written 23 October 2021
- After climbing down from the Batu caves there is nothing quite like a soothing paddle in the lake at the bottom of these waterfalls. The locals clearly love the place and splash about happily in the agreeably cool waters. Watch out for the monkeys!Written 28 February 2020
- BK park is closed during current MCO. Many people walk up from car park to guard house obviously to get some strength walking uphill and down
Maybe good for nature to be given a break from us human to regenerate !Written 22 January 2021
- We have moved three weeks ago from the suburbs to central Kuala Lumpur here in Malaysia. This weekend, we decided to visit the Titiwangsa lake or Task, which is just few kilometres away from my home.
I visited with my wife and teenaged son on Sunday afternoon. There were no problems with parking. Entrance is free. We found youngsters, adults and the elderly enjoying themselves. Bicycles and tandem bicycles are available for rent, with the young and families enjoying their ride around the lake.
The surroundings are green with tall trees providing considerable shade - not that it was hot. There was cool breeze blowing in from the lake. Families were seated on the grass and some were enjoying tea and snacks. One gets fantastic views of the Petronas twin towers, the KL tower and other skyscrapers at downtown KL. I also remember in 2008, there used to be a giant Ferris wheel here known as the "Eye on Malaysia". Sadly, it is no longer here.
This visit to Titiwangsa lake reminded me of an unhurried time during my childhood in India. Totally relaxing and worth a repeat visit on any day of the week.Written 1 August 2022
- This public parks that are dotted around Kuala Lumpur contribute to the beauty and tranquility of the city by offering a green oasis for everyone to enjoy like jogging or picnic.Written 3 June 2020
- If you are around Taman Tasek Permaisuri Cheras, don’t miss out a great dining places @lucky lucky clogs court @Commune Living. Dining fronting lakeside greens! Outdoor and A/C indoor dining, local to western cuisines. Free car park at lake side.Written 19 August 2022
- You can't do a full loop around this lake but pleasant enough if you want to enjoy a 2km walk..you can always just go back and forth to make it longer. Popular for all ages as there's some more adult exercise points and a small kiddies area with climbing frames etc. Not much for really little ones.
There's a small food court and clean enough toilets. Plenty parking
Lots of fish in the lake but at times can be a little smelly .Written 19 August 2019
- The Kuala Lumpur Deer Park is an area inside the Perdana Botanical Garden. When I visited, only the enclosure viewable from a distance was open. Even that was partly shut as the bridge that is closest to the ground level was blocked off. From a distance, I counted less than 10 deer in total. So if you’re a deer lover, then prepared to be disappointed if you were expecting a close up view.
The grounds are nice, full of lush forested greenery and landscape. The enclosure was mostly grass with shade, but encompassing a far smaller area than the whole deer park. The deer park is worth a detour if you’re already visiting the botanical garden, but I wouldn’t go out of the way otherwise. Fortunately I didn't see any of the deer suffering or mistreated as some of the reviews suggested otherwise I'd been really angry.
As other reviewers have commented, the deer park also has enclosures with various domestic chickens for some reason.Written 1 February 2020
- A great park to spend time with your kids and ramilies. A place that people called 'taman layang-layang' because it so many kites when evening comes...so go and bring your kidsWritten 15 January 2019
- Taman Rekreasi Pudu Ulu is a park with free swimming pool for chlidren. The equiped with football & badminton court. Of course with well maintain garden. Swimming pool is closing currently for maintainance workWritten 13 May 2017
- It is a beautiful and well-maintained park owned and managed by YTL Corporation, the company that runs KLIA Transit & Express Trains. Inside, you will find some colonial vintage remnants of colonial-era architectures and a huge former train depot. There are also a center for arts and performance known as "KLPAC" and a restaurant called "Asian Terrace". Please bear in mind that only certain parts of the park are accessible by the regular public and be careful with some huge dogs that roaming freely inside the park.Written 12 August 2019
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