KL City Centre(KLCC) Park Kuala Lumpur Malaysia | Car Parking Rate

The KLCC Park has an unique in its theme, design and concept.

It is just located outside of Suria and Petronas Twin Towers.

This park is a good place for Relaxation in order to escape from the city’s hustle and bustle.

The main attraction consist of synchronized fountains called Lake Symphony, a soft-surface jogging track, a fantastic kids’ playground and paddling pool (under 12s only) and – of course – great views of the Petronas Twin Towers.

It is a very beautiful park and I love to go there.

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If you like picnic then KLCC Park is  a good place for people to bring their families and have a picnic or bring their children’s to play at the playground and a swim at the man made wading pool. The KLCC Park is open from 7.00 a.m. till 10.00 p.m. daily

Mini water park & fountain in the garden at KLCC

The KLCC Park has been provided with various amenities such as:

- Toilets complete with modern fittings and facilities for the disabled and baby change.

- Children’s changing room (next to pool).

- Drinking fountains with filtered water.

- Shelters and benches.

KLCC Park

During the PC Fair, do expect massive traffic jam and difficulties in getting parking here.

Read more on PIKOM PC Fair 2009 (III) Is Back and PIKOM PC Fair 2009 (11) KLCC Malaysia

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KL City Centre(KLCC) Park Car Parking Rate

Monday-Sunday

1st Hour or part thereof – RM2.00

Subsequent 2nd Hour or part thereof – RM1.00

Subsequent 3rd Hour or part thereof – RM1.00

Subsequent 4th Hour or part thereof – RM1.00

Subsequent 5th Hour or part thereof – RM1.00

Every Subsequent Hour or part thereof  – RM0.50

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*** The parking is close from : 12:00am – 6:00am

Lost Ticket – RM30.00

Note : Parking rates are for your reference only and are subject to change without prior notice.

One Response to “KL City Centre(KLCC) Park Kuala Lumpur Malaysia | Car Parking Rate”

  1. Paying RM3 to circle KLCC parking lot
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    ON Dec 23 I had to pay the price of a poorly coordinated parking sytem at the KLCC parking lot.

    Driving in on a busy afternoon, I could see that the parking area under the Petronas Twin Towers was busy, with long lines of cars going in the same direction. As we collected our parking ticket at the dispensing machine, we could see a parking attendant ahead directing us into a designated area.

    Selected areas had been cordoned off with yellow plastic chains, so our driving was restricted. I was trying my best to be patient as I encountered blocked-off areas, and finally decided to exit the parking lot as I was not prepared to waste any more time.

    Imagine my shock at the exit, where my ticket was rejected by the machine and was told that I had to pay before exiting!

    I had no choice as the cashier said in a nonchalant manner that I had to pay to exit. This was in spite of my protest that I had not even parked, but wasted 10 minutes circling the parking deck.

    Although RM3 is not a big amount, I definitely did not want to pay for this chaotic experience. A request to speak to the manager bore no result. A message was left by phone later requesting him to call me back, but no such luck.

    A second phone call on Dec 24 had me speaking to a certain Encik Roslan, who told me that due to the number of visitors they were unable to cover all entrances for traffic movement, and that I could claim a refund.

    While I appreciate Roslan’s explanation, the point is not the refund. Why can’t the KLCC car park management:

    > Allow free exit within a limited time if no parking is found?

    > Better inform incoming traffic at all entry points, by stationing a staff or signboard advising would-be visitors?

    > Implement a better traffic flow system in the bowels of the car park area?

    KEN C,
    Kuala Lumpur.

    from:thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2009/12/29/focus/5377236&sec=focus

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