Top Eco-Friendly Activities For Kids In Kuala Lumpur

Experience The Beauty Of Nature


Is your child spending waaay too much time with gadgets, playing games online, or just lounging in front of the TV screen? Perhaps it’s a good idea to allow them to experience the beauty of nature and learn to appreciate what Mother Earth has to offer. This weekend, round up the family and make a mini excursion to one of the many green spaces within the Klang Valley, or organize a fun family activity outdoors, preferably somewhere green, and we promise it will be a whole load of fun, even if there might be a fair bit of perspiration and grumpy voices involved! Check out these top eco-friendly activities for kids in Kuala Lumpur!

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    CANOPY WALK AT THE FRIM FOREST SKYWALK: Kepong Botanic Gardens *Top Eco-Friendly Activities For Kids In Kuala Lumpur

    An Adrenaline Rush Among The Tree Tops

    Grab your sneakers and gear up for a walk on the FRIM Forest Skywalk located at Kepong Botanic Gardens. At 141 meters above sea level, it offers a panoramic view of the KL city landscape. The structure was built using aluminum and is made up of 11 towers and 8 bridges. Visitors can spend 30 to 40 minutes completing the loop, and spot some jungle creatures, insects, and birds along the way such as the long-tailed macaques and black giant squirrels. Entrance fees for MyKad holders are priced at RM$15 for adults, RM$8 for students from ages 7 to 17 years, and RM$10 for senior citizens. An additional fee of RM$5 is applicable for access to the 50m tower (open to ages 13 years and above only).

    FRIM Forest Skywalk, Kepong Botanic Gardens, 52109 Selangor, Malaysia, +603 6279 7649,

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    NATURE WALK & MORE AT TAMAN TUGU: Kuala Lumpur *Top Eco-Friendly Activities For Kids In Kuala Lumpur

    Fun Exploration In Nature

    Go on a nature walk at the family-friendly 66-acre Taman Tugu site, a popular attraction for city dwellers wanting a taste of nature as they hike along the path while admiring the many plants and insects along the way. Taman Tugu is a not-for-profit corporate social responsibility initiative led by Khazanah Nasional Berhad with the support of the Government of Malaysia, various public sector agencies, and civil society organizations. Due to the efforts of the Taman Tugu team together with the Forest Research Institute of Malaysia (FRIM), 1,000 trees here have been identified and tagged for preservation. Interesting community activities are held regularly here such as the People Library - a ‘public session where people are books’, curated with a topic in mind, and speakers sourced accordingly, providing strangers with a wonderful opportunity to connect. Other activities offered include gardening workshops, educational nature sessions for children, jungle walks, plants giveaway, and more. Open to visitors from 7am, the last entry is at 5.45pm. Follow their Facebook page to find out the line-up of activities open to the public.

    Taman Tugu, Persiaran Sultan Salahuddin, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia,


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    WATERPLAY AT TTDI PARK: TTDI Hills *Top Eco-Friendly Activities For Kids In Kuala Lumpur

    A Dip In The Sandy Stream

    TTDI Park, also known as Taman Rekreasi Lembah Kiara, is a popular park located in the Taman Tun Dr Ismail neighborhood. A favorite among residents who enjoy their evening walks, the park is also a hit among children due to the playground and wide open space. More interestingly, there's a shallow stream in the middle of the park that is a fantastic spot for little ones to enjoy playing with water and sand, and even try to catch the tiny river fishes. Kids will have a blast using the sticks and stones found within the vicinity to come up with creative games. Just bring extra clothes as they may get soaked while enjoying the best of what nature has to offer.

    TTDI Park, Jln Abang Haji Openg, TTDI Hills, 60000 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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    BIRDWATCHING AT PUTRAJAYA WETLANDS PARK: Putrajaya *Top Eco-Friendly Activities For Kids In Kuala Lumpur

    Bring Out The Binoculars
    A 45 minutes drive from KL city will bring you to this park in Putrajaya, an ideal spot for bird watching. A choice destination for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts, one can explore the space on foot or by bicycle, and climb up to one of the few observation towers for breathtaking views of the wetlands and their inhabitants. Bird lovers can find many migratory birds, marshland birds, and water birds, with over 200 species of birds including species like Herons, Egrets, Bittern, Flycatcher, and Swiftlets. The park also has a Lake Recreational Center for boating, kayaking, and canoeing activities, along with fishing, camping, and picnic sites.
    Putrajaya Wetlands Park, Persiaran Persekutuan, Presint 13, 62000 Putrajaya, Malaysia, +603 8887 7774
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    FARM VISIT TO FARM FRESH AT UPM: Seri Kembangan *Top Eco-Friendly Activities For Kids In Kuala Lumpur

    Get a good peek into farm life and agriculture at Farm Fresh @ UPM, an attraction located at Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM), one of the country's leading agricultural universities. Families and school excursions have been making their way here to view the variety of crops, feed the farm animals here, and discover the growing process, and the different stages of the produce, as well as go on the tractor ride. Farm Fresh is open from 10am to 7pm , with the last entrance at 5pm), and is closed on Mondays. Entrance fees are priced at RM$15 for adults and RM$10 for kids on weekends, and RM$10 for adults, and RM$5 for kids on weekdays (MyKad holders).

    Farm Fresh @ UPM , 43400 Seri Kembangan, Malaysia,h

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    CAMPING AT THE NEST: MAEPS Serdang *Top Eco-Friendly Activities For Kids In Kuala Lumpur

    Families eager to experience a taste of the great outdoors can check out The Nest in MAEPS Serdang, a beautiful camping site surrounded by lush greenery and serene natural surroundings. The campsite provides a range of facilities and amenities to ensure that campers have a comfortable and enjoyable stay. A number of packages packed with accommodations and activities are available to make it super convenient for beginners, such as the Family Adventure & Nature Escape (FANE) program with four options to choose from, with a minimum headcount of 15 persons to participate. The facilities available here include bathrooms, a communal area for cooking and dining, and a range of exciting outdoor activities like fishing, hiking, campfires, raft building, kayaking, and more, depending on the package you opt for.

    The Nest @ MAEPS Serdang, Seri Kembangan, Selangor, Malaysia,

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    GARDENING AT KEBUN-KEBUN BANGSAR: Bangsar *Top Eco-Friendly Activities For Kids In Kuala Lumpur

    Learn All About Gardening

    At the community garden, Kebun Kebun Bangsar located in the urban suburb of Bangsar, volunteers spend time here cultivating fresh produce, learning about gardening, and enjoying the fruits of their labor. Established by a group of passionate volunteers who wanted to create a green space for residents to reconnect with nature and each other, Kebun Kebun Bangsar has become a lively community initiative to promote sustainable living and urban agriculture. Visitors are welcome to walk in to have a look at the garden and vegetables and feed the few farm animals here.

    Kebun-Kebun Bangsar, Lorong Bukit Pantai, Bangsar, 59100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia,

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    CLEANING THE BEACH WITH BEACH CLEANUP: Various Locations *Top Eco-Friendly Activities For Kids In Kuala Lumpur

    Volunteering To Keep Our Beaches Clean

    The Beach Cleanup community in Malaysia or BCU was started by a small group of friends with the same vision and love for nature. The platform was created for volunteers to combine their efforts in keeping beaches clean and create awareness on pollution that endangers both marine creatures and wildlife. Gather your teens and tweens, and volunteer for this activity so that your kids can learn about the importance of keeping beaches litter free, and become advocates for a cleaner and healthier environment. To find out where they'll be cleaning next, head to their Facebook page.

    Beach Cleanup,


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    SWIM IN THE GABAI RIVER WATERFALL: Hulu Langat *Top Eco-Friendly Activities For Kids In Kuala Lumpur

    Soak In The Gushing Cool Waterfall

    One of the most refreshing activities that the whole family is bound to enjoy is taking a dip in the waterfalls. Fortunately for us, there are a number of waterfalls that are within reach if you reside in the Klang Valley. One of the popular spots to visit is Gabai River Waterfall located at Kampung Sungai Lui in Hulu Langat. To reach the peak, one has to climb 336 small stairs. With a public toilet and changing rooms provided here, this is a wonderful place to have a picnic, take a dip and enjoy the cool, gushing waterfall surrounded by the natural sounds of the rainforest. Just remember not to leave anything behind when you leave! To find the place, just set your Waze to Áir Terjun Sungai Gabai.

    Sungai Gabai Waterfall, Sungai Gabai, Hulu Langat, Selangor, Malaysia
    +603 9075 2885,




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    TOUR THE SELANGOR FRUIT VALLEY: Batang Berjuntai *Top Eco-Friendly Activities For Kids In Kuala Lumpur

    A Trip To The Fruit Orchard And More

    About an hour's drive away from Kuala Lumpur and Shah Alam lies Selangor Fruits Valley, a tropical fruit farm spread over 88 acres of fertile land in Rawang. Get to know and taste some of the local fruits grown locally such as0 mangoes, durians, rambutans, jackfruits, and more. Besides the fruit orchards, other attractions that can be found here include a petting zoo with deers, rabbits, hedgehogs, and more, a tram ride, rubber tapping, boating, and cycling. For MyKad holders, entrance fees are priced at RM$20 for adults, and RM$15 for children and senior citizens, while non-MyKad holders, entrance fees are priced at RM$24 for adults, and RM$19 for children and senior citizens.

    Selangor Fruits Valley, Km 7, Jalan Bestari Jaya, Raway, Batang Berjuntai, Selangor, Malaysia, +6012 343 2971 / +6012 344 5033 / +6016 688 0792 (Mr.Thina),

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