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Small museum with some interesting exhibits housed in a lovely historic building.
11 ringgit for international visitors. The staff were friendly and gave us a warm welcome.
We also had a very good ice coffee in the cafeteria which is adjacent. Although we were not...More
The Muzium Telekom is a great place to learn or remember what it was like before mobile phones. It’s a small museum with high-quality exhibits that start with ancient writing and the old phone systems. It may sound boring but we actually loved it and...More
Entrance for adults is 11 MYR. Exhibits on two floors. First floor has interesting panels describing development of telecom in Malaysia and the rest of the world. Some artifacts on display as well.
Upstairs you'll find 9 Apple computers for your use as well as...More
Muzium Telekom is housed in an interesting building near Masjid Jamek. As its name suggests it contains all things telecom with exhibits charting the history from the beginnings of telephony to the present day. Might not appeal to everyone.
Muzium Telecom is close by to the canopy rainforest walk and other attractions. It is situated at the junction of Jalan Gereja. It is opens from 9-5 daily. The entrance fee is 5 RM for locals and 10 RM for foreigners.
The visitors can use...More
Visit with my wife and toddlers age 2 & 4 on Sunday, 30th April.
This museum are on walking distance from Bukit Bintang / KLCC / Central Market and are accessible from free-ride GoKL purple shuttle bus.
Open daily from 9am - 5pm
Located close to the Go KL purple bus route, the museum is a accessed via a courtyard. The original kiosk was not manned, and everything looked a little run down. However on ascending the stairs it became clear that this was work in progress. The...More
The museum is housed in a well-maintained neoclassical heritage building. The surroundings are a little untidy due to ongoing renovations. Tickets are sold at the first floor right at the entrance of the gallery (RM6 for Malaysians, RM11 for foreigners, discounts for children and students)....More