The cultural hub of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur is visually defined by the iconic Petronas Twin Towers, which, at 88 stories high, are the tallest twin buildings in the world and a vision of modern architecture. On the flip side, the Sri Mahamariamman is the oldest Hindu temple in Malaysia, its façade a colorful totem pole of iconography. Shopping at the Central Market is a joyful experience that involves haggling, handicrafts, and happiness.
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5.0 based on 85 reviews
A place to celebrate the wonder cultural heritage that makes us Malaysian. Enter this world of miniature and be mesmerised with all the intricate details MinNature Malaysia has to offer. Enjoy the mini stories that comes together and be lost in this magical MinNature world. Come visit us and enjoy your time here.
If you love miniature artwork, you hv to visit this place! Kids will enjoy their interactive activities and Augmented Reality display on their artwork! There are so much to see, & make sure that you spare at least 2 hrs for this place. They hv wonderful light display on theor display too! Love it! A not to be missed place! Located in Sungai Wang Plaza, you can shop & visit this place with your kids!
5.0 based on 589 reviews
Welcome to our fascinating world of illusions. Thrilled yet bewildered you will enter a world that will blow your mind but also give you an opportunity to learn all sorts of things... come and visit us! It is sure to be an amazing and unimaginable experience because whatever you see, especially here in the Museum of Illusions, is not what it appears to be. Are you ready for an adventure?
We are from India and we have visited here for the first time....it was really great fun and thrilling especially the vortex and the kaleidoscope and the upside down staircase was good... The puzzles are also tricky and fun for the kids.... They loved it. Even I played many tricks like the cube and heart please do visit. It will be amazing.....????the staff-Aina was also helpful in talking pictures
5.0 based on 39 reviews
I’ve learned a lot from this trip and have experienced how’s life going without vision. I also have learned to use heightened and use my senses when the vision is impaired.
4.5 based on 229 reviews
Excellent displays and information. The only negative comment is that the lighting could be greatly improved which would definitely enhance the displays. Needs to be more widely advertised.
4.5 based on 260 reviews
Bank Negara Malaysia Museum and Art Gallery (“BNM MAG”) offers a multifaceted range of themes through its six permanent galleries: Children’s Gallery, the Bank Negara Malaysia Gallery, Economic Gallery, Islamic Finance Gallery, Numismatics Gallery and Art Gallery. These galleries delve into the Malaysian economy, the Bank’s role in the nation’s economic development and financial landscape since pre-independence to the present-day. Reinforcing the Bank’s role as the leader of national numismatic and supporter of arts heritage, the Museum also showcases numismatic treasures that are as old as history as well as its dynamic collection of Malaysian and ASEAN artworks. Dedicated to providing visitors with a meaningful engagement with the public, BNM MAG elevates visitor experience through innovative temporary exhibitions, special programmes and outreach activities that strengthen and enrich the community from all walks of life.
We are not Muslims so we didn't quite know what to expect - but we were soon astounded by the history, the artefacts, the architecture and the mosaical patterns that belong to no other race/religion . The world of Islam stands by itself - it is VERY different from the European Western character we were used to - Islamic art, writings, clothing, rugs, ceremonial weapons, pottery and silverware has an ambience all of its own. There is an entrance fee. The building is air-conditioned, there is a restaurant and there are three floors in a huge complex. Nearby is the National Mosque of Malaysia.
4.0 based on 111 reviews
I went here with my other half for Leonardo DaVinci exhibition, it was productive and meaningful visit. I have a great time reading and observing the arts made by local artist.
4.0 based on 605 reviews
The museum was a delight! It was extremely well-laid out, with attention to detail and elaborate descriptions of Malaysian textiles and history. We loved the explanations of the process of Batik printing, and the extensive photos of actual Malaysian individuals dressed in the fabrics mentioned. The section on accessories on the upper floor was also lovely. At RM5, the entry was extremely reasonable too!
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