Walk to the lakeside park. Many foreign tourists have picnics and are the only places to visit the garden. The deepest feeling is that the park is primitive. Along the way, I met a long-tailed monkey and an anteater looking for food. There is no isolation, no artificial feeding.
This is a tourist bus through a scenic spot, get off the bus to see, did not expect the park occupies a large area, walking because of the uphill and downhill or a little tired. Only see the park plant growth is very flourishing, like a wild forest park. The air is full of the fragrance of green plants. You can also see buildings with public intelligence scattered in various spaces. For example, a big music stage and a children's park are free.
Kuala Lumpur Lake Park is the most popular recreation park in Kuala Lumpur. It is designed around two lakes, covering 91.6 hectares. It has many theme parks and children's playground, jogging track, fitness ground, rowing and other facilities. The 92-hectare park, originally designed by the British, looks like it has been cut off by railways and highways, but visitors can still stroll through the park: from the central market to the footbridge to Kompleks Dayabumi, and then from behind the post office south into the underground passage to the National Mosque.
I went into the park and wanted to walk with the crowd at night, but when I saw the flowers, I couldn't walk. Here is the beautiful marine environment. The water in the swimming pool is drained and the cool lake breeze blows. There are two hawks in the sky. In the middle of the flying wings, a big fountain is the most dazzling Malaysian lakeside park. It is very quiet and leisurely. It is a good place for running.
The weather was very hot, and when I came out of Cichang Street, I turned to Independence Square. It's just a plain plaza, because its history is different. The square is situated opposite the Adu Shamo Building in Sudan and covers an area of about 8.2 hectares. On August 31, 1957, the Malaysian flag began to fly here, symbolizing independence from British rule, and now stands a 100-foot flagpole (the highest flagpole in the world, at the southern end of the square) to commemorate this historic moment.
The English of Lakeside Park is actually an ecological park. The so-called Deer Park seems to be a part of it. No wonder it's a little silly to find it. In addition to the large area, good ecology and free of charge, the children's Park in the Lakeside Park is also a wonderful space. There are shuttle battery cars, which can be paid to ride, and catering business is underdeveloped.
Lakeside Park was built in the 1880s. Lakeside Park is the most famous park in Kuala Lumpur. The Park covers 91.6 hectares. It has a children's playground, jogging track, various sports stations and a small lake for boating. In the valley of the park, there is an anniversary theatre with regular music and cultural performances.