This is one of KL best parks in terms of facilities available and general upkeep. Great for kids. It is also readily accessible by public transport.
Titiwangsa Lake Gardens, or Taman Tasik Titiwangsa, is an attractive and well maintained park in Kuala Lumpur with a wide range of facilities and things to do for the whole family. The lake itself, like many of the small lakes in the Klang Valley, was originally created from tin mining activities and has since been nicely cleaned up and landscaped to form the centrepiece of this popular park. Coconut trees and banyans provide shade, while numerous fountains keep the lake water clean and healthy. For those who coming here to relax, there are several stalls selling food and drinks around the lake for purchase while enjoying the scenery.
Wide walking, running and cycling paths surround the lake and, with KL?s high rise skyline reflected in the water, it is a great place for photographers to take shots of the Petronas Twin Towers, KL Tower and other famous landmarks. Why not combine the trip with a visit to the nearby National Art Gallery or the National Performing Art Theatre (Istana Budaya)? The National Library is a short walk away.
Cycling. The terrain is flat and there are no cars to worry about. Bike rental is available. Roller Blading. Skate hire is available (RM5 for 30 minutes; bring socks otherwise you have to buy a pair for RM2). There is a large tarmac open space in front of a grandstand to practice. Radio Controlled Car Track. Horse Riding. This is probably the cheapest place in town to ride horses. Open at weekends and public holidays only between 9am-12pm and 3pm-6pm. Trainers walk horse and rider around a paddock for RM1.50 per round for adults and just RM1 for kids. There is also a horse drawn carriage giving rides around a track for groups of up to five persons at RM2 per adult and just 50 cents for kids.
Boating Lake. Pedal boats are available for RM4 per boat for 30 minutes. Surf bikes, sea riders, waterfalls and sampans are also mentioned on the notice board but I didn?t see any of these. Picnic Tables & Benches, Seating and Tables. With great views of the KL skyline. Children?s Playground. Quite a large one and partly shaded. Outdoor Exercise equipment. Jogging & Walking Paths. Stadium and Sports Centre. There are a number of quality outdoor tennis courts with floodlights. Coaching and lessons are available.
Football Pitch. Golf. The Royal Malaysian Police Golf Club borders the park. I believe it is open to the public. It is a 9 hole course with moderate green fees. Restaurants. There is a Malay style restaurant next to the childrens playground and a satay restaurant near the stadium.