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I visit this place with a friend. We were into ceramic art and handicrafts. We didn't find much here but we managed to buy some souvenirs back for gifts. Overall the exhibits were quite nice. However, there is no crowd here so, you can take...More
Excellent and Different Museum. Probably the best museum in KL.
Has a good history of Islam, Islamic Art and the various Geographical Locations of Islam past and present. Divided into different galleries. The models of main mosques around the world is especially interesting.
Adult price approx 15RM each. Two year old was free.
Very spacious and clean. No problem walking around with a stroller.
Restaurant was also nice and reasonably priced.
Large amount of artefacts to view would definitely recommend going with plenty of time on your hands...More
The audio tour was very nice. You learn about Islam across the world, especially Malaysia. The weapons section was great! But the clothes section was far too big, and honestly everything looked exactly the same as what Malaysian wear in 2018.
This was a fair old walk from our hotel and the heat was searing but on arrival we were so glad to have made the effort. The building itself is quite lovely, the ceilings stunning and inside an oasis of quiet and coolness. Exhibits were...More
Having been to the Taj Mahal, it was evocative seeing the incredible range of Mughal miniature paintings of court Life from aeons ago. Plus Islamic pottery, ivory, door ways, manuscripts, models, costumes, models of various palaces. This is a wonder in KL, don’t miss its....More
The building housing the museum is truly beautiful. The museum is quite large with excellent displays of Islamic architecture and culture. Can easily be combined with a visit to the attractions in Perdana Park.. We started at Muzium Negara (new MRT station next to the...More
I was pleasantly surprised by the high quality of the items here. I also appreciated the curatorial thinking behind the arrangement of the exhibits, especially those making links between Islam and Asia (China, India, etc.), which are less well-known in the West. Also memorable are...More
Visiting this museum was a highlight of our trip. I could have spent hours here viewing the illustrated manuscripts - prayer books and history books. Very glad they allow photos (no flash)! And the jewelry and clothing were fascinating. There was a special exhibit about...More