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Jalan Sultan Ismail Pedestrian Walkway


Jalan Sultan Ismail Pedestrian Walkway, Kuala LumpurJalan Sultan Ismail Pedestrian Walkway, Kuala Lumpur (15 June, 2017)



Jalan Sultan Ismail Pedestrian Walkway is a network of elevated walkway along Jalan Sultan Ismail in Kuala Lumpur. It runs from the Sultan Ismail LRT Station to the Medan Tuanku Monorail Station. The elevated walkway was built through an allocation of RM100 million from the federal government.

The idea to build the walkway goes back to 2009, when the federal government decided to allocated the fund, as a goodwill gesture to the people and to stimulate the economy. In 2013, Syarikat Prasarana Negara Berhad installed CCTVs at the walkway and provided funding to deploy auxiliary police personnel to patrol the area, as a means to enhance security there.1

Jalan Sultan Ismail Pedestrian Walkway on the map

Sights in the vicinity of the Jalan Sultan Ismail Pedestrian Walkway

  1. Bukit Nanas Monorail Station (GPS: 3.16127, 101.69412)
  2. Maju Junction Mall (GPS: 3.15921, 101.6962)
  3. Menara Darul Takaful - Export-Import Bank Malaysia (GPS: 3.15854, 101.70053)
  4. Menara Liberty (GPS: 3.16094, 101.69587)
  5. Menara TH Perdana (GPS: 3.15968, 101.69608)
  6. Quill City Mall (GPS: 3.15967, 101.69913)
  7. Sekolah Kebangsaan Lelaki Jalan Batu (GPS: 3.16027, 101.69471)
  8. Sekoleh Kebangsaan (Perempuan) Jalan Batu (GPS: 3.16025, 101.69564)
  9. Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur (GPS: 3.15854, 101.69997)
  10. Tune Hotel - Downtown Kuala Lumpur (GPS: 3.16036, 101.69678)
  11. Wisma Sime Darby (GPS: 3.16162, 101.69484)

Jalan Sultan Ismail Pedestrian Walkway, Kuala LumpurThe elevated walkway along Jalan Sultan Ismail (15 June, 2017)


Jalan Sultan Ismail Pedestrian Walkway, Kuala LumpurSection of the elevated walkway across Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman. (15 June, 2017)


Jalan Sultan Ismail Pedestrian Walkway, Kuala LumpurStaircase leading up to the Jalan Sultan Ismail Pedestrian Walkway. (15 June, 2017)


Jalan Sultan Ismail Pedestrian Walkway, Kuala LumpurJalan Sultan Ismail Pedestrian Walkway. (15 June, 2017)


Kuala Lumpur skylineKuala Lumpur skyline as seen from the walkway. Among the buildings seen here (left to right) include CapSquare Tower, Menara City One and the Dang Wangi Police Station. (15 June, 2017)


Jalan Sultan Ismail Pedestrian Walkway on Google Street View

(Dec 2015)

References

1. Malay Mail Online (23 August, 2013): Prasarana to provide CCTVs at elevated walkway.

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