This paper will examine the literature review on children in urban space of Kuala Lumpur. Challenges in addressing urban issues vary according to the local context. Urban public spaces in a city did not aim to prioritize children, and it stops them from having independent mobility and freedom to play and socialize. The study will provide a comprehensive review of child-friendly urban spaces intervention focusing on high-rise living in Kuala Lumpur by synthesizing challenges, benefits and recommendations of possible interventions for child-friendly urban spaces. Findings will further enhance the understanding of formulating actions and interventions in creating child-friendly urban spaces.