People can still participate in allowed activities outside and around the parks.
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Public parks and playgrounds in Kuala Lumpur will be closed from 13 January onwards due to the enforcement of the Movement Control Order (MCO).
Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) explained that public parks, playgrounds and facilities managed by DBKL will be temporarily closed to avoid overcrowding and because people cant follow Covid-19 guidelines.
Based on our previous experience, many people failed to adhere to the standard operating procedure when we reopened the parks.DBKL Corporate Planning Director Khairul Azmir Ahmad via The Star
People are however still allowed to be around and outside the parks to jog, cycle or perform any recreational activities allowed by authorities during the MCO.
The DBKL website lists 14 parks under its jurisdiction;
- Taman Botani Perdana
- Taman Awam Bukit Kiara
- Taman Tasik Titiwangsa
- Taman Tasik Manjalara
- Taman Tasik Metropolitan Kepong
- Taman Metropolitan Batu
- Taman Tasik Datuk Keramat
- Taman Tasik Permaisuri
- Taman Bukit Jalil
- Taman Rekreasi Pudu Ulu
- Taman Tasik Ampang Hilir
- Taman Alam Damai
- Taman Dusun Bandar
- Taman Tasik Danau Kota
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