10 Points of Interest in Kuala Lumpur which is free access

Places of Interest in Kuala Lumpur are many. But there are not many free attractions.

So, if you’re on vacation in KL with a family, chances are you’re need few hundreds of ringgit just for entrance pass.

Do not sweat? There are also many free activities and attractions in Kuala Lumpur that you can make or visit when you vacation here. Let us show us at below.

1. The KLCC Park


When you are in KL, hop over to KLCC Park. First, because it’s close to the Petronas Twin Towers.

Second, for the best place for children under 10 years. Your little one is not happy to sit watching a wading pool for their swimming.

And if even then not quite tiresome, there is a large playground around here. From the swing came into the slide, are many profusion playground for them spend their time.

2. Visit KLCC Lake Symphony


If you’re in KLCC at night, do not forget to go out of the Mall and Suria KLCC Lake Symphony embarrassed.
At here, there is a fountain in the outdoor performances KLCC from 7 pm to 10 pm.

Not only you and the family can sit down to chat with family and watch the water show. But you can also take photo use KLCC as a background.

When the night was over slick?

3. Read Book At KL City Library


Your child is a bookworms? Beautiful!
We recommend you to go to KL City Library near Dataran Merdeka.

There are two libraries that best here (yes! This one better than the one of the State Library). A relatively small, and it is only for children who are just about to learn to read.

And nearby, there KL City Library. The library is much bigger, comfortable and filled with books for children older. There is the music that they want to close your eyes and music while relaxing self sitting in an overstuffed armchair.

4. Take the Bus GoKL


Many children now who have never felt the bus? Right?
Why do not you bring them mingle around Kuala Lumpur with this free pink bus? The bus stopped at many places – from KLCC came to Masjid Jamek.

Operation time is long – from 6 am until 11 pm. For more information visit gokl.com.my

5. Cycling In Publika


When come to Sunday, there will be closed roads around Publika area. So you can bring the kids cycling here from 7am to 10am.

Anyone can exercise here. If you do not have a bike, you can rent free. And besides bicycles, rollerblades and skates also okay.

When you’re hungry, tired or your child whines, rest and eat in this Publika mall.

6. Take the tour around the Lake Perdana or Lake Titiwangsa


When evening came, you can bring your children to the field at the Lake Perdana or Tasik Titiwangsa.

If you want them to bed early, let them chase each other in the park. If you have more budget, you can kayak on the lake, horse-drawn carriage or bicycle hire 3-4 seating for you and your family paddle around the area.

Regardless, kayak or bike ride cost is much cheaper than in to other Kuala Lumpur attractions.

7. Forest City – KL Forest Eco Park


If you are not bothered by mosquitoes, there is a forest near the city of KL Bukit Bintang for your self and your family.
Special again, this forest of the oldest forest reserve in Malaysia. So there are the trees that are hundreds of years old that are still intact are preserved here.

When you are here, do not forget to ride the bridge canopy walk. The reason this one just right in the heart of KL (and the entrance is free anyway).

8. Learn History With KL Heritage Walk


Usually the white man’s interest in walking in KL. But you also can do that. Moreover you want to know the history of Kuala Lumpur.

We recommend that you participate in a free guided tour from the KL City Hall (DBKL).

With the guide, you will walk along the 11 historic sites in the vicinity of Dataran Merdeka – and explained about the history of these places. From history to the days of Yap Ah Loy came to British colonial times, all will know.

Do not be surprised later, if your child knows the history of the KL better than yourself later.

9. Rest At Secret Garden 1 Utama


On the roof there is actually 1 Utama shopping mall secret garden. But very people few know about that.
Now, thanks to a small budget, you and your family can know the attractions of Kuala Lumpur’s bustling mall staff in themselves did not know. Please ask the Security guard for the way to there ya?

Only goes during the weekend. From 10am – 10pm. And enjoy on the roof garden of the largest in Southeast Asia for free.

10. Explore Weapons On Police Museum


This museum is special. First, is free entry. And that both of them, even without payment, items display is different from other another exhibition.
Want to see weapons to attack the Portuguese Malacca? It’s here. Want to know the types of weapons seized from gangsters or criminals? Also not a problem.

Though it is small, the museum is far more open your eyes of most museums in Malaysia.

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