Known only as a terraced flower garden in the ’80s, the park has blossomed into a full-fledged 40-hectare recreational park, which now includes a massive lake, fountains and three outdoor gyms. Marathon workshops sometimes pitch up here because of the hilly, thigh-numbing terrains and a labeled trail that tracks your running distance. The park gets very packed on weekends but walk through the foresty bits to avoid the crowd.
For those of us that long for the outdoors for a semblance of normalcy after being cooped up in our houses for so long, rejoice, for the parks in KL are still mostly open. Sure, the Covid-19 pandemic has changed quite a number of things, but just as long as you follow the respective Kuala Lumpur state rules in the National Recovery Plan, there’s no reason that you cannot burn those calories and/or enjoy the sceneries that comes with spending time in these parks.