Kuala Lumpur City Gallery Attraction

No. 27, Jalan Raja, Dataran Merdeka, 50050 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

116 year old National Heritage Building

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  • 2014-11-15 00:00:00+00:00
Date: 22 October 2014. I had been wanting to bring our Boys to this Kuala Lumpur City Gallery since a few months ago, however, due to Hubby's busy working ...

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Bank Negara Malaysia Museum and Art Gallery Attraction

Sasana Kijang 2, Jalan Dato Onn 50480 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia

Aims to provide the public with an informal venue for learning about the importance of economics, Islamic banking and financial planning, along with the role that the Central Bank plays in nation building through prudent economic transformational policies. The Art Gallery showcases the Central Bank’s collection of Malaysian and Southeast Asian art acquired since 1962.

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  • 2019-03-20 00:00:00+00:00
To make it more interactive, there are fun quizzes that you can take. Try your hand at trading stocks, or managing the economy using interest rates. (Failed at both and caused the economies to crash. Welp.) There is also a section where you can spin blocks and compare how inflation has caused prices of goods to increase over the years.
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  • 2018-12-16 00:00:00+00:00
国家银行钱币博物馆成立于 1988 年, 除了收藏各式各样的旧钱币, 纪念性硬币, 罕见钱币以及外国货币等之外, 他们家还是马来西亚钱币发展史的研究中心~
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  • 2018-08-16 00:00:00+00:00
Naturally, my son and my two-year-old daughter’s favourite section is the Children’s Gallery which you enter through a tunnel made out of Ringgit notes in various denominations, worth one million in total. The gallery is filled with interactive games and activities that teach you about the basic concept of money and the role of a bank. There’s a pretend play section where my daughter had fun acting as a bank teller and my son as her customer. The ‘bank’ even comes with an ATM which disperses money! (before you get excited, it’s fake of course) TIP: You can ask for the ‘ATM card’ at the info counter just outside the gallery.

Muzium Negara National Museum of Malaysia Attraction

Jalan Damansara Perdana Botanical Gardens 50566 Kuala Lumpur

The National Museum is the driver of museum activities in Malaysia and has been instrumental in the restoration and preservations of the nation’s heritage. Its construction, which represents the national identity, was the climax in the history of the establishment of the earlier museums such as the Taiping Museum, Perak (1883), Sarawak Museum (1888), and Selangor Museum (1889). Erected on the site of the Selangor Museum, which was destroyed during the Second World War in March 1945, the idea for its construction was triggered in 1957 after the country’s Independence and it was officially announced in 1959. Inspired by the background of national identity, its architectural design was endorsed by the first Prime Minister of Malaysia, enabling it to become a reality in 1961. Standing proud, it was then officially opened by Malaysia’s Third Yang di-Pertuan Agong on August 1963, six years after the country’s independence.

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  • 2019-08-04 00:00:00+00:00
Muzium Ethnologi Dunia Melayu (Musuem of Malay World Ethnology) is dedicated to Malay culture and history, where visitors can learn about traditional games, clothing, accessories, arts and crafts and weaponry, among others. While not very large, visitors will find a good collection of exhibits on display, with detailed descriptions.

Orang Asli Crafts Museum Muzium Seni Kraf Orang Asli Attraction

Jabatan Muzium Malaysia Jalan Damansara 50566 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia

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  • 2020-02-18 00:00:00+00:00
Most of the items on display at the Museum are masks and carvings from the Mah Meri and Jah Hut tribes. The Mah Meri of Selangor are among the most well known Orang Asli tribes. They live close to the coast and make a living as fishermen, although in recent years, tourism has also become an important source of livelihood. They are extremely skilled at woodcarving, hence the masks which are used in rituals and ancestor worship.

Royal Museum Muzium Diraja Attraction

Jalan Istana 50460 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia

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  • 2016-08-06 00:00:00+00:00
In 1957 which is the independence year of Malaysia, this was the palace for our Yang di-Pertuan Agong (Monarch) and Permaisuri Agong (Queen) until 2011 where they have moved to a new palace which is located in Jalan Duta. With 54 years of history and it has becomes a Muzium Diraja in 2013. Muzium Diraja is a museum where you will see how the castle exactly looks like in Malaysia.

Lost In Chinatown Attraction

22, Jalan Petaling 50000 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia

Explore the historical centre of Kuala Lumpur in a new way! The newest attraction in Petaling Street (a.k.a. Chinatown), “Lost in Chinatown” will take you on an exciting and enriching journey. ​ While experiencing the rich culture of Chinatown, walk into the Celebrity Maze, our uniquely designed maze in the dark. The hidden maze is made up of different intriguing space designs. One part of the maze will even take you through complete darkness. With figures of famous celebrities flaunting you along the way, this attraction will provide wonderful opportunities for a photo op, or simply a selfie.

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  • 2017-09-30 00:00:00+00:00
进来绕一圈,除了学到马来西亚华人生活外,还能得到玩迷宫所带来的乐趣!
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  • 2017-09-25 00:00:00+00:00
I am really excited to share with you guys about this new attraction at Petaling Street. It has been a famous tourist since its launch and opens too. I visit this attraction last two weekends, it definitely opens up my eyes during my visit. For those who love to take photos and post on social media, you will definitely enjoy yourself here. Not only you are able to explore and learn more about Chinatown from other countries. You can meet Bruce Lee too during your visit! After exploring historical of Malaysia and China Town, you may experience their unique designed maze in the dark. With figures of famous celebrities flaunting you along the way, this attraction will provide wonderful opportunities for a photo op, or simply a selfie.