The National Planetarium in Malaysia, on a hill, has a lot of exhibits and explanations. 🔎, local elementary school students also come here to visit, it is very lively.
I am really excited about visiting the planetarium, because I have seen some in Europe. Inside, there is a cool exhibition about space, and there are many other things to try, which is fun for kids. Unfortunately for us, the classes in several schools were visiting the planetarium that day. The tour guide/teacher spoke through the microphone. It was really noisy and worse than some crying children. I really want to see one of the exhibitions, but I don't want to watch it with many children. For families, it is definitely worth a visit, with the bird park just next to it. This place is more suitable for children to play. Without a short presentation, it's hard to enjoy it. Not all tourists like to read these sections of information. I feel bored after 30 minutes in it. For me, gravity space, space toilet, sleeping bag, space clothing are the main places that attract my attention. There is an elevator access to the observation deck, but due to the hot weather, we stayed there for 5 minutes without air conditioning at all. The stairs are blocked by chairs, so the elevator is the only way up and down, but safety is a problem. If you have enough time in Kuala Lumpur, you can stop by this planetarium after visiting the Kuala Lumpur Bird Park. They are in the same area.
National Planetarium is the national planetarium of Malaysia. It is a blue-domed structure that is situated on top of a hill in the Lake Gardens at Jalan Perdana, Kuala Lumpur. It is about 120,000 square feet in area. However currently they closed since 14 Oct 2020 till further notice.
The National Planetarium (Planetarium Negara) is conveniently located in Kuala Lumpur's Lake Gardens, the green lung in the heart of the city.
A place where you can explore space and stars. Enjoy space shows at their huge space theater. Best of all, it’s free entrance!
a lots of things going on in here,nice scenery and a lots of education of science i can learn, valuable and interesting place to visit
Other than that, many of you may not know that there’s actually a planetarium right in KL city itself! Yes, you got that right. This is a place where you can explore the infinite space and stars on land. Enjoy “out of this world” space shows at their huge space theater or ancient replicas at the space theme park. Best of all, it’s free admissions for all!
Preston_Dominguez: Lake Gardens, Kuala Lumpur 50480, Malaysia
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Petaling Street,Merdeka Square,National Mosque,KL Tower,Bukit Bintang