Enter and be transported to another world at KL East Park. A naturally regenerating secondary rainforest spanning 53 acres, it is part of the Bukit Tabur and the Klang Gates Quartz Ridge network.
A place of untold riches, this biodiverse park is home to rare, endemic species and beautiful geological formations found nowhere else.
With more than 300 species of trees, herbs, shrubs and palms, all noted for their ecological and economic value, our trees are tagged for easy conservation and reference.learn more
Some of Malaysia’s most fascinating birds, amphibians, reptiles, butterflies, beetles and more call the forest of KL East Park home, see if you can spot them!learn more
Part of the world’s longest quartz formation, the Klang Gates Quartz Ridge, minerals and rocks found here carry a unique, rarely observed mix of schist, quartz vein and granite.learn more
Bond with mother nature and be captivated by interesting geological features as you take on the immersive hiking trail that winds around the forest.learn more
To fully enjoy your hike, please wear the appropriate attire and footwear. Always be mindful of your surroundings and follow our ‘Rules & Regulations’.learn more
A lush wonderland, begging to be explored. Trails are shaped around the terrain with unexpected quartz crystals and insta-worthy installations that lead to breathtaking views of the city.view map
Sustainability is at the centre of what we do – observing that sustainability is about finding a balance between economic and social activity that does not put the environment at risk of being unable to provide ecosystem services that society needs.
Find out more at Sime Darby Property website’s Sustainability page.
to meet you
Open daily, 7:00AM – 6:30PM
*Last entry is at 4.30pm
Lot 201064, Jalan Melati
53100, KL East, Kuala Lumpur.