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Muzium Negara was officially opened on 31 August 1963, on the site of the Selangor Museum, which was accidentally bombed during the Second World War.The main museum building houses four exhibition galleries featuring Malaysia’s history and rich...more
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Being in the middle of the day, we thought best to spend it at the National Museum. It guides you through around 15 different sections (although there are quite a few repeats), so it is great to learn abit about the history of Sri Lanka...More
4Galleries: Pre history, early days, colonial period, Malaysia today. If you had to skip one, make it prehistory. There are lots of interpretative signs (in English as well as Malay). Many display cases that are well lit. I wish there’d been more on the Japanese...More
This is a short distance from KL station however to walk there is a bit of a mission as KL is not greatest pedestrian friendly city in parts. However the museum is a must see in KL. Set in a large airy building the lay...More
Today Leslie, a lovely lady originally from Canada gave us a fascinating tour of the museum. We were limited for time so she covered off the most important parts of the history. Leslie is extremely knowledgable and interesting and we learned so much more than...More
This museum is the best place to learn the history of Malaysia. The four exhibit halls (prehistoric, kingdoms, colonial, and modern era) are well organized. As I previously learned little and had piece-wise information about Malaysia, the information provided here "fill my blanks" very nicely!...More
There are four galleries: prehistoric, Malay kingdoms, colonial era, and modern era. They provided a great introduction to the history of the country for a foreigner like me. My driver is a lifelong resident of KL and said he'd never been there. I suggested he...More
I really loved spending the two hours I spent in the museum today! I learned a lot and loved seeing the prehistoric archeological displays. Particularly informative for me was the historic context for the city of Melaka and its importance in so many different areas...More
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Its just a walkable distance you nees to cross the KL Sentral mall , there is no pedastrian walkway, be care ful with the speeding cars, walk along the road and you need to climb down the stairs of the crossover brighe and... More
Its just a walkable distance you nees to cross the KL Sentral mall , there is no pedastrian walkway, be care ful with the speeding cars, walk along the road and you need to climb down the stairs of the crossover brighe and take a u turn to reach the Museum, by walking you can just save some RM ,, or else you can take a cab.. thats easy
i reacked by walking only, din find it much difficult..