The KL city gallery is a nice introduction to the city.It is located just beside the Merdeka square.It shows the history of the city and features a light show of the city with a video about the developmentnof the city.I would reccomend a visit on your first day in kuala lumpur.Plus it was free of charge the day i visited
Oh, this place is a must visit. It gives a classical miniature of both the old & new KL. The landscape & it's presentation, the skyline & every other exhibit is worth a watch. It made us see the future tallest tower to be built in 2020. The famous architect Andrew Lee did a good job in the design & display of his work.
Tickets are 10 Ma Yuan, the museum is not big, but it is still exquisite! ___________ There is a batik cloth art next to the toilet on the first floor. Don't forget to go and see it. It's not big. There are various colors of cloth! On the second floor, there are short films about Kuala Lumpur's historical development. The restaurant downstairs has a delicious durian cake, 16 Ma Yuan each!
How to get there: Because we live at GEO Hotel, which is next to Pasa seni subway station, it took 10 minutes to walk. In fact, the city corridor is right next to Independence Square and the Adu Desert Building in Sudan. When we went, we met pruning branches, so before we went into the museum, the trees were still lush and bare when we came out. Actually, I don't think it's necessary to cut it. How beautiful it is. It can also shade the sun, alas! Almost everyone will take pictures in front of the I LOVE KL sign in front of the city corridor. Sometimes they will queue up slightly. It's OK. If you want to visit it, it's 5 cents per person, but after you visit it, it can be used to offset consumption, which is quite good. There are souvenirs on the bottom floor of the exhibition hall. There is also a space for sitting and drinking drinks and desserts. The lemonade is super delicious. It's just 5 cents. I also asked for a small piece of beef pie, 6 cents. It's good to sit and have a good rest. There's plenty of air-conditioning. Ha-ha! In a word, you can still buy tickets to see it. The main purpose of this city corridor is to show Kuala Lumpur's history. Sometimes there are some exhibitions. We go to tie-dyeing, but there are few exhibits and not much attention. There is a room with a model of the whole city of Kuala Lumpur, and a city show of Kuala Lumpur. It's a short time, because what is the history of Kuala Lumpur itself. Once again, I lament the 5,000-year history of the Great Dynasty.
Located at the corner of Independence Square, the city corridor mainly introduces the general situation and history of Kuala Lumpur, and sells some souvenirs. Kuala Lumpur is hot, so you can choose to take a summer vacation while knowing the general situation of Kuala Lumpur. The founder of Jimmy Choo is a Malaysian. I didn't think there would be some unexpected gains. Tickets are 5 cents per person, and can be used as cash consumption in souvenir shops and drinking areas. For food, the most important thing is to get a Durian banjo for free. Durian meat wrapped in butter, smells covered up, only fragrant, matched with soft bamboo slices, this kind of Pancake, modified by Hong Kong people, is the most lethal to those who like Yishu's works. Arrival mode: LRT yellow line to Masjid Jamek station
It's next to Independence Square. Following Axiang Kuala Lumpur one day tour ~because only sleeping for three hours, four people are dizzy, the weather is hot, walking around Kuala Lumpur blindly, sleeping in the car, strategy has not been done, did not know before Kuala Lumpur has such a scenic spot. The sky in Dama is blue and the clouds are white. Passers-by armour also took beautiful pictures of us with swollen faces and sleepless faces. Next time we come to Kuala Lumpur, we will have a good time. We will never walk around again. Tired to death~
Located on the south side of Independence Square. Take LRT Line to Masjid Jamek Station and walk westward for about 10 minutes. The most attractive one is the red "I love KL" sculpture. Many people take photos here, and the effect is very beautiful. Inside, you can see the history of the city. I thought it was a restaurant. I didn't go in.
With the nearby Independent Square and Sudan Tower, we can visit together. We followed Google Maps from the Central Art Workshop in less than 10 minutes. There are statues of my love Kl that will be photographed in Kuala Lumpur. There are also exhibition halls with tickets of 5 Kitlin. The exhibition hall has no big attraction, but we can use tickets to go to the cafe for equal desserts or drinks. We changed emperors. Durian cake is delicious. It's good to have a rest in such hot weather.
It's worth visiting! The first floor is the exhibition of Kuala Lumpur's development history, the second floor has the miniature model of Kuala Lumpur's panoramic view, as well as the video of Kuala Lumpur's general situation. The information is brief and comprehensive. For the first time, when I saw Chinese videos and exhibitions abroad, nearly 30 [%] of the Chinese people really played a role.
Everywhere you go, you have to take pictures behind the flag-raising position in Independent Square. There's also a museum next door that needs 14rm tickets. No one goes in and basically takes pictures on landmarks. It's convenient for you to go to the light rail station just after you leave the courthouse.