KL East Park is a breathtaking naturally regenerating secondary rainforest spanning 53 acres, it is part of the Bukit Tabur and the Klang Gates Quartz Ridge network. In this first phase of the launch, 17 acres of the 53-acre park are opened to the public.This lush green oasis provides an escape from the hustle and bustle of the city while still being conveniently located near major highways, shopping malls, and business districts.
A place of untold riches, this biodiverse park is home to rare, endemic species and beautiful geological formations found nowhere else. Visitors can enjoy the sight of its unique nature and geological formation. One of the features that is particular to the park is the rare mixture of minerals in the rocks at the park such as schist, quartz vein and granite. With over 300 species of trees, herbs, shrubs and palms, Sime Darby Property has geotagged the species for conservation and reference in order to safeguard the biodiversity. Some of Malaysia’s most fascinating birds, amphibians, reptiles, butterflies, beetles and more call the forest of KL East Park home, see if you can spot them!
KL East Park will be free for the public to enjoy until Aug 31 this year after which, an entrance fee will be charged to ensure the park’s long-term conservation of its flora and fauna.
Please make sure you have a confirmed reservation prior to your visit. In order to ensure the safety of all tourists, preserve the area’s unique flora and fauna, and give you the best possible walking or hiking experience, there is a cap on the number of visitors allowed for each slot. Book your reservation HERE.
It's rare to find natural wonders right in the city!
Part of the world’s longest quartz formation, the Klang Gates Quartz Ridge, minerals and rocks found here carry a unique, rarely observed mix of schist, quartz vein and granite.
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