It is a 20.9-acre bird park, created in 1991, the gardens include an artificial lake, the National Monument, the Kuala Lumpur Butterfly Park, the Deer Park, Orchid and Hibiscus gardens, and the former Malaysia Parliament House. It is one of the world's largest covered bird parks. Make sure to keep a day aside if you have to cover the entire park along with watching all the bird feeding activities.
3. One of the most essential places to visit in Malaysia, the Kuala Lumpur Bird Park is an experience of a lifetime for bird lovers. Right from peacocks and flamingos to ostriches, parrots and owls; you have them all.