Located just a stone-throw away from the National Monument, the ASEAN Sculpture Garden was built to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the Association of the South East Asian Nations (ASEAN).

The various art-installations were designed by renowned artists from Singapore, Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia, and Brunei by using materials such as wood, glass, steel, marble, iron and bamboo.

The park pales in comparison of size to Lake Gardens, but it also means there’s a lesser crowd. Strolling through the entire park and admiring all the sculptures would take less than 20 minutes, so it would be a good idea to visit the National Monument and other attractions around the Lake Gardens from here.

Opening Hours: 9am – 6pm
Address: Jalan Parlimen, 50480 Kuala Lumpur
Waze: ASEAN Sculpture Garden
Entrance Fee: Free


Vincent Wong

Vincent Wong is an aspiring writer cum photographer and traveller, who loves diving head first into culture and exploring the wonders of the world. Like any Malaysian, Vincent loves food and is always on the hunt for the next best meal. After having spent several years away from Malaysia, this young man realised the uniqueness of his home country and aims to tell the stories of Malaysia and all it has to offer.
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