Recognising the need for an urban renewal project in Malaysia’s capital city, Kuala Lumpur to balance the challenging demands of its growing urban population with environmental conservation, PETRONAS through its subsidiary, KLCC Holdings Berhad, developed and now manages the KLCC Park.

Since its opening in 1998, the KLCC Park has become a popular public park and green lung providing a recreational retreat for the city’s residents and visitors. The 50-acre park, located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur’s commercial and business district is an integral part of the overall 100-acre KLCC Development.

Designed by the well-known landscape artist, the late Roberto Burle Marx of Brazil, the KLCC Park was developed as a tropical garden sanctuary that showcases biodiversity. More than 1,900 trees and palms representing 66 species have been planted in the park, each carefully selected for indigenous relevance to the climate of Malaysia.

Complementing the natural components of the park are thoughtfully designed public amenities for visitors of all ages. These include a two-acre child-safe playground, a children’s wading pool, a jogging track, shelters, patterned footpaths, sculptures and murals, as well as basic amenities.

The park was developed and is maintained by PETRONAS’ wholly-owned subsidiary, KLCC Holdings Sdn Bhd