Monday - Thursday 8.00 am - 1.00 2.00 pm - 4.30 pm
Friday 8.00 am - 12.15 pm, 2.45 pm - 4.30 pm
- Entrance fee to FRIM RM5 (for Malaysian Citizens RM1, Mountain Bike RM2, Car RM5),
RM20 (Malaysian with IC: RM5)
Children below 12: RM10 (Malaysian RM3)
The Canopy Walk is only open from 9.30am - 2.30pm and closed on Monday and Friday!
Last registration is at 1.30pm. The tickets have to be bought at the FRIM Headquarter before heading to the Canopy Walkway (about 45min - 1h walk). For groups of 10 persons ore more, bookings should be made in advance. (tel: 603-6279 7575, FRIM_enquiry@frim.gov.my)
How to get to FRIM:
- Monorail to KL Sentral
- KTM Komuter to Kepong Station (RM 1.30), runs every 20min
- Taxi RM 5 from train station
There are several tracks that you can take to explore the forest. Make sure prepare to yourself for the army of mosquitos! It is also recommended to wear proper shoes and socks as protection against leeches.
We also recommended a private tour to FRIM which includes pick-up from your hostel in Kuala Lumpur. At FRIM there will be a nature guide accompanying and informing you of the plants and trees you see on your walk along nature forest trails to the canopy walkway. Click here for more information and booking enquiry.
For organized of groups of 20-40 people contact the numbers below:
Public Relations Office:
Tel: 03-6279 7525/6
Fax: 03-6280 4619
Tel: 03-6279 7525 / 7528 / 7592
Nature Education Resource Centre (FRIM-MNS-SHELL):
Tel: 03-6277 17083
Tel/Fax: 03-6275 4376
main road at FRIM headquarter
nature guide informing about silicified wood
this pond is home to giant Dragon Fishes
one of the nature trails
Kapur trees form an impressive forest roof, also sometimes nicknamed "Broccoli Trees"
the canopy walkway spans for 150m und suspended between trees at a height of about 30m, it was constructed in 1992 with the aid from the German Agency of Technical Cooperation (GTZ)
view from Canopy Walk to the northern outskirts of Kuala Lumpur
a traditional Malacca House showcased at the FRIM HQ
food stalls and picnic area
Video of the Canopy Walkway at FRIM:
KL Forest Eco Park with Canopy Walk
Formerly known as Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve is only remaining tropical rainforest in the heart of the city of Kuala Lumpur
Limestone hill in the north of Kuala Lumpur with a series of caves and cave temples. They are a sacred place for Hindus in Malaysia and the location of the famous Thaipusam celebrations at the end of January attended by up to one million devotees.
Guesthouse / Hostel in Chinatown right next to to the Sri Maha Mariamman Hindu Temple
KL City Walk, Kuala Lumpur
Pedestrian strip mall with fashion boutiques, bistros, cafes, signature culinary and service retailers. KL city walk is located along a 500m long strip between Jalan P. Ramlee and Jalan Pinang, near the Twin Towers.
Gurdwara Tatt Khalsa Sikh Temple, Kuala Lumpur
Sikh Temple at the near the Chow Kit Wet Market and Kampung Baru. Largest Sikh temple in South-east Asia and spiritual home to KL′s 75,000 Sikhs.
Zainal Abidin Mosque, Kuala Terengganu
The mosque, also known as the White Mosque or the Big Mosque, was built by Sultan Zainal Abidin II between 1793 and 1808 but has been renovated and extended after that.