Kuala Lumpur Deer Park

Location: Kuala Lumpur

Location Info

Address: Jalan Perdana, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Office Number: +603 2693 6661
Opening Hours: 09:00am - 06:00pm (Daily)
Last Admission: Free

District » City Centre


The Kuala Lumpur Deer Park is a part of the Lake Gardens of Kuala Lumpur. This 2 hectare park is the home of many types of deer. The Deer Park is located close to the world's largest free flight aviary, the Kuala Lumpur Bird Park. From the bird park, take a left turn and move towards the Tun Abdul Razak Memorial. The Deer Park is in between the Memorial and the Orchid Garden. The Deer Park can also be accessible by walking down the steps behind the Memorial of Tun Abdul Razak.


The entrance of the Deer Park is an attractive arch which immediately makes you feel welcomed. The fact that the entrance fee is nil, there is not any reason for you not to come here. The paths in the park are excellently built and thought out with the visitors' convenience in mind. The viewing points and the placement of fences are great as visitors' get the best views of the deer in the park. Lush greenery surrounds inside and outside of the park; making it bearable for visitors to walk around in the park under the sun

There are several types of deer which visitors can view. The main attraction of the park would be the mousedeer. The mousedeer is the smallest hoofed animal in the world and is a renowned creature in the Indonesian and Malaysian folklore. Other species of deer at the park include the fallow deer from Holland, the axis deer and the sambar deer. To learn more about these magnificent creatures, do ask the caretakers of the park any of your questions. They will be able to provide you with details and interesting facts about the deer in the park. Since you are here, you should drop by at the other attractions at the massive Lake Gardens.

To learn more about the Islamic culture in Malaysia, you can pay a visit at the Islamic Art Museum and the National Mosque Kuala Lumpur which is just nearby the Deer Park. However, if you are a fan of nature, you can also visit the Hibiscus Garden, Orchid Garden and the Butterfly Park. There are just so much to see here at the Deer Park as well as the other parks in Lake Gardens. A day alone will not be adequate to visit all these fantastic places. Do not worry about accommodation in Kuala Lumpur, there are plenty of Hotels in Kuala Lumpur City Centre.


Visitors can take get to the park via bus or train. Below are the available options to get to the park.

Take the Intrakota Bus 21C, 48C (From Kota Raya).

Take the Intrakota Bus 18, 21A (From Chow Kit).

Take the RapidKL Bus 115 (From KL Sentral).

KTM Komuter- disembark at the Kuala Lumpur Railway Station, then walk to the Park or take a taxi.