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Home TRAVELING Outing Bukit Jalil Park | Touring World With Kids

Vacationing with small kids can seem tricky, but there are ways to make it less stressful for everyone. If you think twice of holidaying abroad, then consider spending a day at Bukit Jalil Park. Hopping from one country to another in merely minutes, the children are going to be thrilled, running around in a super-size outdoor space whilst adults recharge, inhaling fresh air without the hustle of packing, queuing and waiting. In term of greenery, this is one of the most luxurious venues in Klang Valley, featuring a gigantic garden of 80-acre in size.
Promising the best icons of each country, International Garden is one of the attractions in Bukit Jalil Recreational Park. Not enough from international treat, there are other natural buffet to amaze your little ones. Fountains, ponds with swimming Tilapia, catfish and tortoises, children playground, staircases, lawns, trees, arboretums, picnic huts, benches in addition to jogging or walking tracks of various gradients surrounding the park. Bring along tiny bikes or tricycles can be great too. Some spots are stroller friendly,welcoming you and baby on board.

At present, getting there by car is the best way to reach the park. Nestled against the vale of Bukit Jalil Golf Course, Bukit Jalil Park is easily reached from Technology Park Bukit Jalil and National Sports Complex landmarks. Travel on Bukit Jalil Highway and once you  see Shell gas station on your left, take a right turn into Jalan Jalil Perkasa 1. Bukit Jalil Recreational Park is just next on your left as it welcomes you into their parking bay. If you need a Bukit Jalil Park map, go to the bottom of the post for its GPS coordinates.

To grab some foods, continue on Jalan Jalil Perkasa 1. Within seconds, you'd be greeted by rows of restaurants and a commercial hub, that thrives tremendously in the past two years. Residential condos are under constructions, I heard a primary school as well. Once the newly constructed LRT station is ready, high chance that Putra Line LRT allows more convenient commuting to this green lung.

Check out Austin and Mika on their first round the globe tour.
Started with a hug upon arrival :)
Conquering over a hundred steps..not really :D
Sweating, panting…
Mika: Mommy, what is the name of this plant?
Mommy: Erh…let me google it and get back to you :)
Hey…check out our catch, huge eh!
Mommy, I am riding on a lion. Cool!
Finally, we’re back home in Malaysia!!

Bukit Jalil Park GPS Coordinates: 3.050033,101.679343



0 #1 Mika 2013-01-22 13:32
Hello YiYi,

Thank you for posting our lovely photos.
I had a good time with bro Austin there!! :D


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