People tend to check in during these times:
Bukit Nanas is one of the oldest permanent forest reserve in the country. It was gazetted in 1906 and was formerly known as Bucket Weld Forest Reserve. It covers an area of 11 hectares and is the only remaining tropical rainforest in the heart of Kuala Lumpur.
Very quiet during the week: saw literally nobody else in the entire park. And watch out for dengue after the rain!
Its good to have a forest in the middle of the city
nice for hikingde-stresses the mind and the body. The adrenaline rush fuels the energy, and the sights, sounds, and smell of nature does wonders for the soul
The KL Forest Eco Park was gazetted as a forest reserve in 1906 and is one of the oldest in Malaysia.
A 'lil jungle in da city! Soothing!
Closed on weekends!!? % $#@ and no one seems to know that. Only one entrance which is on the total opposite side of the forest from mono rail station with that name. Sad waste of my day.
Lack of signage to lead public to this forest reserve. KL City Hall is not doing their job.
Sad to see trees being chopped....reserved? I wonder
The forest reserve is closed. Advise it will reopen, October 2013
The green lungs in the heart of city
Welcome to the jungle!
Not lot of changes for the past 6 yrs....
ถ้าขึ้นจากฝั่งรถไฟฟ้า bukit nanas จะชันมาก อีกฝั่งนึงง่ายกว่าแต่ไปลำบาก
Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve is one of the oldest permanent forest reserves in the country in the middle of a bustling metropolis and is the only remaining tropical rainforest in the heart of the city.
Jungle experience in the city . Soothing.
kawasan rehat yg penuh kebisingan kota!