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Explore Kuala Lumpur City Centre

Parks & nature in Kuala Lumpur City Centre

“Merdeka Square is a square situated in front of the Sultan Abdul Samad Building. Literally Independence Square, it was formerly known as the Selangor Club Padang and was used as the cricket green of the Selangor Club. Merdeka Square has been the venue for the annual Merdeka Parade.”
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“Suria KLCC is the best shopping mall in KL with many shopping attractions for locals and visitors, making it the best place in Malaysia for shopping. Outside of Suria KLCC lies the 10,000 sqft, man-made Lake Symphony that is sure to bring about an amazing experience for you and your loved ones.”
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“It was originally gazetted as a forest reserve way back in 1906 with a land area of 17.5 hectares, but since then, a large part has already been taken up for building the KL Tower and other purposes.”
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“The only small piece of rain forest left in the city. This park is located at Bukit Nenas (Pineapple Hill) where the KL Tower is located. Beautiful scenery of rich flora & fauna, do not miss the CANOPY WALK! FREE Admission. Opens 7AM to 6PM daily. Take the Monorail and alight at BUKIT NENAS station. Or take the FREE GoKL bus and stops at CONCORDE HOTEL bus stop.”
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“KL Tower Mini Zoo is divided into several areas, including the Mini Jungle, Moonlight Shed, Happy Farm Village, Birdy School, Pet Village, Jungle View and Forest Walk. To tie in with the natural environment, it introduced two of the world largest tortoises, albino long tailed macaque, white crow, albino green iguana, the largest local softshell turtle, oldest alligator turtle and other rare animals. The zoo is undoubtedly an ideal spot for everyone who would like to go near to nature. It also provides a platform for you to observe the creatures directly rather than watching the two-dimension picture of animals from other resources. This is a nature-surrounded environment where children and adults alike, can learn while having fun. ”
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“One for the history buffs, Merdeka Square encompasses the Sultan Abdul Samad Buildingand the large field in front of it, and is the place Malaya declared itself independent from colonial forces in 1957, becoming Malaysia. Although the building is formally used for government offices, its neo-Mughal and Moorish Revival exterior makes a beautiful backdrop for pictures at any hour of the day.”
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Monument / Landmark
“It features an antenna that increases its height to 421 metres and is the 7th tallest freestanding tower in the world. The roof of the pod is at 335 metres”
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“Taman Eko Rimba KL is just a few minutes walk from my humble home. This forest reserve is famous for its canopy walks towards KL Tower.”
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“Most accessible transport system. Currently requiring an upgrade in number of cars. The Monorail System was originally meant as a means to sight-see around the city center but is now used by everyone. It can get a bit crowded during peak hours but its still a convenient, budget friendly means of travel.”
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