Kuala Lumpur City Pavilion, located just outside Merdeka Square, is free to visit, mainly to introduce the history, development and changes of Kuala Lumpur city, as well as future planning. The city pavilion is not too big, mainly pictures and models, as well as some souvenirs for sale. The picture materials are mainly historical introductions. The models mainly show important buildings in Kuala Lumpur, most of which are skyscrapers. The models are very delicate. In the model area of the Sultan Abdul Samad Building, you can take a few photos with visual art effects, and there are photo templates on site. There is also a city panorama light show and information introduction film will be played periodically. The large red sign at the door can be taken for everyone to take pictures. The entire visit time takes about 1-2 hours.
Located next to Merdeka Square, it mainly introduces the city profile and history of Kuala Lumpur. It is one of the must-stop places in Kuala Lumpur. The exhibition hall on the first floor is equipped with Kuala Lumpur's largest city model. With the lighting effects, the historical development of Kuala Lumpur is clearly displayed in front of you.
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.
This is a nice museum about the local area. It has a miniature city of kuala lumpur and a very nice gift shop and cafe.