The hillside next to the National Mosque really offers a view of the deer and interactive, and the view from here over the bottom is nice
There are not many deer in the deer park, but the scenery is generally good. It is free, and no income means that the management of this place needs to be considered for funding, so it can be understood that some places are not perfect
Deer Park, like Orchid Park, Butterfly Park, Deer Park and Bird Park, are all sub-attractions under the jurisdiction of Lakeside Park. The Lakeside Park is directly behind the National Mosque. It covers a large area, but the parks under its jurisdiction are not big. You can visit the deer garden. The deer are very cute.
Deer Park, on the hillside behind the National Mosque, from here is the Lakeside Park, a very beautiful place, walking on winding paths, you will occasionally find several paths foraging for food, very pleasantly surprised.
If you like animals, you’ll definitely love it here. So many deers! Super exciting!
Quite a walk. Was expecting to see a lot of deer but only a few. But you'll walk past a lot of chicken in cages. Free entrance.
Quite a walk. Was expecting to see a lot of deer but only a few. But you'll walk past a lot of chicken in cages. Free entrance
Deer Park a.k.a Taman Rusa is a decent place but only few deers around. Other than that we can also see few hen and rabbits in cage. If you are visiting lake garden then there is a rear entrance to deer park and it makes more sense to visit deer park and lake garden together. Decent place for young kids as it is free entrance but not much to do.
Kuala Lumpur Deer Park is a two-ha enclosure in the Lake Gardens that is home to a variety of local deer.Besides getting up close and personal with the deer, petting and feeding them, visitors can enjoy the park’s lush greenery, with pretty ponds, and cool atmosphere. Besides the extremely small mouse deer, also known as the kancil (which is no bigger than a common house cat), other deer species at the park include the fallow deer (imported from Holland), axis deer and sambar deer.