The Islamic Arts Museum in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia is a great museum to learn about the Islamic arts. The museum is quite large and holds a large number of pieces . There are many writings , Korans and pottery pieces . The museum has a fee for the entry but does include a free drink in the restaurant . The restaurant is not bad but the service is very very poor. The museum is about 400 meters from the entrance of the National Mosque of Malaysia. you can visited both during the same time period.
One of a kind. Gorgeous museum telling the history and traditions of Islam you will not see in any other country. Extremely rich in exhibits. It is located very close to the National Mosque, so it's comfortable to visit both at the same time.
Near the museum is the old railway station, the National Mosque, the Islamic Center, the Astronomical Museum! Ticket 10 Ma Yuan, divided into three floors! Exhibits are very beautiful, beautiful and clean environment! There are few tourists, so it's great to visit slowly. You can't eat in it! There is a children's library on the first floor. Children like it very much. There are many books and handcrafted things in it. They can develop their imagination and hands-on ability. They can take their works home after a period of exhibition at DIY on weekends. There's a museum restaurant downstairs. It's a little more expensive than outside. Coffee 12, a set meal of 20 Ma! The environment is good!
It's very worthwhile to go, because here is a special introduction of Islamic culture, absolutely can broaden our horizons! The collection is exquisite and Islamic treasures from all over the world, including Chinese calligraphy, paintings and porcelain. Tickets are 15 cents.
Closing at six o'clock, there are not many decorations, but they are more exquisite. Most of them are unearthed in India. There are many pure gold objects, shining gems and ivory products. This shows the splendor of the Mogul Dynasty. Unfortunately, India was colonized so badly that it forgot its history.
To understand the country, we still need to know its history and culture. Malaysian history can be understood in the National Museum, culture, this art gallery can appreciate. The quality of the collection is good. If you have time to read more instructions, it must be a worthwhile trip. Museum souvenir stores are also of good quality. You can visit them.
In the United States, children aged 12-14 are half-priced and under 6 years old are free. It is worth visiting the history of mosque models in various countries, such as Asian and other enterprises, jewelry in other countries, which spread in other countries.
The 10-minute walk from the National Mosque did not have much expectation. It was unexpected that the exhibits inside were far beyond expectation. Models of various buildings, fine gold, silver, jewelry and various textiles were dazzling and worth a turn.
If you are interested in culture and art, or in military weapons, it is highly recommended! Shocked by the delicacy and magnanimity of Islamic art! It includes many brilliant works of art, such as architecture, literature, weapons, furniture, textile and clothing. The fare is 14 Ma Yuan. The Kuala Lumpur metro station is very close and near the National Mosque.
The only toll museum, but also the most worthwhile one, can be reached on foot from the National Mosque, many rare treasures, including various versions of the Koran, Bling Bling's treasures, blinding ah.