KLCC Park is just located outside of Suria and Petronas Twin Towers. If you need a breather after being indoor the whole day,take time off and enjoy the 50 acre tropical landscape that was designed by Brazilian master of gardens, the late Roberto Burle Marx. It is designed as a "piece of art" using the combination of trees, shrubs, wood, stones and water features making it a dynamic garden for one to enjoy.
The KLCC 2 acre playground with good facilities for children to play.
The children's pool.
There are over 1900 indigenous trees and 74 species of palms planted here to encourage the bio diversity of the park. Many of these species were matured species that were transplanted from the former Selangor Turf Club.
Children's Pool and Playground
For children below 12 years old, there is a big children pool for them to play. It is open from 10:00am to 7:30pm during weekdays (Tuesday to Fridays) and 10:00am to 9:30pm during weekends. Take note that the pool is closed for maintenance on Mondays when it is not a public holidays. During the school holidays, the pool is opened throughout the week.
The park also has a 2 acre children's playground for children to sweat it out. Good facilities are provided for children to play here. Facilities include slides, swings, monkey bars and see-saw. The playground is laid with a special rubber material called Ethylene Propylene Deine Modified for the comfort and safety of the children.
The Symphony Lake has two fountains with intelligent display of water. It has 5 programmes with 380 individually sequence defects of water that shoot up to a maximum height of 42 m. The fountains are ON from 12pm to 2:00pm and 6:00pm to 11:00pm during the weekdays. It is ON from 10:00am to 12 midnight during public holidays and weekends.
Of particular interest is the night show which starts at 8pm daily where colourful lights, dancing fountains and music will be played for your enjoyment. Shop at Suria KLCC and head for this man-made lake when the night approaches.
The Symphony Lake.
For those of you who are keen to sweat it out, you can use the 1.3 km jogging track. It is also laid with a special rubber material called Ethylene Propylene Deine Modified for the comfort and safety of joggers.
The Jogging Track.
Other facilities that are provided at the park are benches, rest areas, public toilets, drinking water and an elevated bridge for visitors to view the beauty of the park, the twin towers and the city's skyscrapers.