This KLCC Park was where punters used to hang out during the weekends to bet on their favorit horses. Yes, this was the site of the Kuala Lumpur Turf Club.
Now you can admire this beautiful 20 hectare park designed by the famous late Brazilian landscape artist Roberto Burle Marx. It provides you with a good blend of conservative national heritage with modern progressive international images.
The park will lead you to the Mandarin Oriental Hotel Kuala Lumpur, The Aquaria, The Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, The Traders Hotel and The Prince Court Hospital.
It is designed in such a way that it you can have a sense of space among different shades of colours through various types of trees planted in the park.
The park is actually the last work of the late Brazilian designer, Roberto Burle Marx.
The plants were grown for the purposes of preservation of endangered species from the old Selangor Turf Club. There are more than 1900 indigenous trees and 66 specimens of palms planted here.
- Lake Symphony water fountain
- tropical greenery featuring indigenous trees and shrubs
- children wading pols and playground
- patterned footpath and jogging track
- murals and sculptures
- 1.3 KM jogging track
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Enjoy being entertained by the musical water fountain at the following times
- Weekdays: 12 PM to 2 PM; 6 PM to 11 PM
- Weekends and Public Holidays: 10 AM to 12 AM (midnight)
Come and enjoy the magical water fountain on the promenade just outside the shopping mall. You may like to visit this Lake Symphony in the evening while enjoying you favorite cup of coffee of tea. And let the fountain entertain you and get you ready for the night.
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