You can dine in one of the cafes or eateries along the promenade outside Suria KLCC to enjoy this view.
According to information from the KLCC website, the Symphony Lake has an area of approximately 10,000 sq meters of fountain displays. The displays consists of 5 programmes of over 380 individually sequenced effects shooting up to a maximum height of 42 meters. The effects are displayed along an arc and the 2 rings totalling 80 meters in length.
Showtime is as follows:
12 noon to 2:00pm and 6:00pm - 11:00pm on weekdays
10:00am - midnight on weekends and public holidays.
This is my entry for Thursday Challenge Photo Theme which is "WATER" (Ocean, Lake, Waterfall, Ice, Rain, Wet Things,...).
UPDATED 6 June 2012
Now you can enjoy the colourful, lighted displays of the KLCC Dancing Fountain from 8pm everyday.
The KLCC Lake Symphony Fountain had undergone a RM10mil upgrade from March-June 2012.
The old fountain which utilized static nozzles and pumps had been in operation for 14 years. It has been upgraded with special Germain technology similar to those in Singapore and Dubai. Now the fountain features our national flower, the hibiscus or "bunga raya", open fan-shaped sprays that dance, sway and spin 360 degrees with a myriad of water patterns in a kaleidoscope of lights that twinkle and gravitate to the music. The dancing fountain is now operational and the show starts at 8pm everyday.
Source: NST here and The Star here.