Saloma Link is a 69 metres combined pedestrian and bicyclist bridge across the Klang River directed northwest to southeast.
Saloma Link is a 69 metres combined pedestrian and bicyclist bridge across the Klang River directed northwest to southeast. It joins Kampung Baru, Kuala Lumpur and Kuala Lumpur City Centre. The launching of Saloma Bridge signifying not only a greater effort in promoting our Malaysia tourism, but also increases the convenience for locals when comes to accessing these two places.
Located in between Lorong Raja Muda Musa 3 (Kampung Baru Side) and Jalan Saloma (KLCC-Ampang side), this bridge, which took nearly 2 years to complete, and is finally opened to public in early of February 2020. Before this, the walking time from Kampung Baru to KLCC will take more than 30 minutes by default as they are separated by the broad, busy Alkeh highway and Klang Rivers. But now, the journey is shorten to less than 10 minutes by crossing the pedestrian bridge. The architecture design inspired by Sireh Junjung, or betel leaf arrangement.
Enjoy a great view of KLCC, take some pictures on the bridge and head over the Kampung baru to explore delicious local food that Malaysian grown up loving. Check out a famous and delicious food restaurant around Kampung Baru destrict at night.
How to reach Saloma Bridge?
Align at Kampung Baru LRT Station for access from Kampung Baru side. For KLCC side, walk pass Public Bank, turn right into Jalan Saloma when you saw NZ Currry House. Walk straight and the bridge will come in sight after you walk on the ramp.