Situated right across Kg Beca and Putrajaya Lake, Bubbles & Beans Cafe is a family friendly restaurant that offer a refreshing tea break and meals, while keeping the kids engaged with a play area equipped with inflatable double slides and bubbles activities.
The KL Forest Eco Park, formerly known as the Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve, is one of the oldest permanent forest reserves in Malaysia. Located beside the Menara KL Tower, this forest reserve covers an area of approximately 11, 0000 sq metres and was founded in 1906, making it the only remaining tropical rainforest in the middle of Kuala Lumpur city centre.
A tropical botanical garden located within UM, that's open to public. The garden has over 1,600 species of plants occupying over 80 hectares. It is populated mainly with indigenous plants species but include many from other continents.
Armenian Park is an open green space that provides an oasis in the heart of the island's heritage zone. With green lawns, pedestrian walkways, benches and landscape gardens, it is a great place for activities or just to take a break while exploring the city.
Taman Saujana Hijau is an attractive 41 hectare park covering a ridge and three rolling hills in the northwest corner of Putrajaya's Presint (Precinct) 11. This expansive park with themed gardens & sweeping views is a popular place for running & cycling.
In Hulu Langat, the river descends in a set of waterfalls known as the Gabai Falls (Malay: Air Terjun Sungai Gabai), a popular attraction for the locals, but relatively unknown with tourists. A cemented path leads from the parking to the lower falls. Along the path several shelters have been built. The upper falls can be reached by trails.
A family campsite situated right next to Kampar River, surrounded by hills and limestone caves. With well maintained facilities, it's a great location to experience the outdoors, see wildlife and learn about the local culture and history of the area.
Known as a terraced flower garden in the ’80s, the park has blossomed into a full-fledged 40-hectare recreational park, which now includes a massive lake, fountains and three outdoor gyms. Marathon workshops sometimes pitch up here because of the hilly, thigh-numbing terrains and a labeled trail that tracks your running distance.