Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve
KL's last remaining patch of tropical rainforest
What we say:
A remarkable splash of greenery in the concrete jungle, this is the city's last remaining patch of tropical rainforest.
Although it covers just 10 hectares, the reserve packs in an amazing diversity of flora and fauna, including two species of monkey, snakes, monitor lizards and numerous species of birds. As well as clearly marked walking trails, it has a jogging track, an outdoor obstacle course and a campsite.
Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve (07:00-19:00, free admission) can be accessed from several places, including Jalan Ampang, between Dang Wangi LRT station and Bukit Nanas Monorail station; at the foot of KL Tower; and near the junction of Jalan Raja Chulan and Jalan Bukit Nanas (the closest entrance to the visitor centre).
More detailsNorth of Jalan Raya Chulan
Last updated: 1st June, 2012
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