The Perdana Botanical Garden, located in the heart of the city, is the city's oldest public park. This 225-acre (91-hectare) site is home to the Kuala Lumpur Bird Park, a hibiscus and orchid garden, a butterfly sanctuary, and a deer park, with the main attraction being its central lake surrounded by lush greenery. The garden contains not only botanical collections, but also house features that transport visitors to a tropical rain forest in the middle of a bustling metropolis.
Sunway Lagoon Theme Park is located in Petaling Jaya. There are a few more fun ways to spend a day with an assortment of water rides and a plethora of dry-land activities available. Water slides that whirl and twirl, a man-made 'river' coaster, a surf beach, a wave pool, and a 360-degree pirate ship are all available. This park first opened its doors in 1992. Following its completion, the theme park welcomed Malaysia's first surf simulator, FlowRider, in 2010, Malaysia's first 5D Waterplexx in 2012, and a huge water coaster, Vuvuzela, in 2013.
The Berjaya Times Square Theme Park, located on the fifth floor of the Berjaya Times Square Mall, has been dubbed Malaysia's largest indoor theme park. The 35,300 square metre park is divided into two sections: the Galaxy Station is designed for adults, while the Fantasy Garden is geared toward children. The 800-metre-long Supersonic Odyssey roller coaster, a custom-made loop ride with a heart line roller, a loop, and a corkscrew inversion, is one of its main attractions.
i-City, located in Shah Alam, is a magnificent 72-acre theme park renowned for its nightly vibrant showcase of LED-light attractions, exciting rides, and unique museums. Known as the City of Digital Lights, i-City is an hour's drive from central Kuala Lumpur and features a massive water park, 3D and wax museums, and Malaysia's largest snow park.
The Kepong Metropolitan Park, located at the northern end of Jinjang, is well-known among locals for the kite flying activities that take place there on a daily basis. A wide field that runs parallel to the road in the park is specifically designed for kite enthusiasts, making it the ideal location. The majority of the barriers and trees have been removed to allow for a 100-meter clearance for the kites to be removed. Visitors to the park will notice a large number of experienced kite flyers demonstrating their ability to fly giant kites as high as 30 feet.