Visited here with two children aged 6 and 9 years old. The height restriction means that many of the rides are either too tall or too short for my children. The height restriction chart will not be displayed at the ticket office, although they do say that certain rides will be restricted. During our visit, we encountered three rides that were closed for maintenance. There are many facilities and attractions that require one-time paid rides. In addition, we spend 230 Malaysian ringgit as a family package. In short, the two children were not very happy, it was a very disappointing visit. This is one of the best parks you should avoid. The (mostly) staff were rude and unfriendly, and did not smile. Some rides require additional payment. Had the worst rock climbing experience, because the staff were not only rude but also lack of instruction. Do we expect us to know how to climb and descend? One word: bad. Two words: very bad. I suggest you donate your money to other better places. Thank you!
Its has change quite a bit since the olden days. Their chinese decorations are the best and won first prize. Elegant and demure not tacky and "ching chong" as the locals will say . I redeemed a nice "leather " pouch with the most beautiful angpao of the decade : ) what a nice surprise.Very lively and has it's own character unlike many big malls that have no soulMany shops are own by mom and pop so u find special stuffs in this mall thus much diversity So many food outlets one is spoilt for choices.Many are local franchise brand it's a TRUE Malaysian mallLocated just outside KLCC area, so easy to access via monorail which stops just outside the mall. Great for tourist who are tired of visiting malls with international brand and wants a true taste of what Malaysia has to offer. This mall deserve more publicity and hope malaysia tourism wont just promote BBKlCC