Malaysia is one of the Islamic countries in Asia. It is a combination of politics and religion. The leader of the country is the king, whose residence is the palace. As tourists, they can only look outside the palace, and they can't go to the entrance of the palace. Fortunately, we went to the old palace, which has become a museum, to have a look at the old palace.
The National Palace of Malaysia, located on a hill of the Royal Palace Road in Kuala Lumpur, can be seen every day as a shift ceremony for the guards of the Palace. If the flag is raised to the top, it means that the leaders are at home today. The magnificent and magnificent buildings should also be felt at the doorway.
Kuala Lumpur's National New Palace is now the royal residence and the king's office. Compared with the old national palace, the feng shui of the new palace is better and the architecture is more elegant. Especially, the door is much larger than the old palace. There is no pond outside the old palace, that is, water, and the number of high-rise buildings around the palace, which destroys the Feng shui. The new palace is more biased, but the Feng Shui is really good, and it feels like a paradise, but all tourists can only take pictures outside the gate, there is a small one. Gate, a ceremonial soldier riding a horse for visitors to take photos, usually go to take pictures, the total travel time is not more than 10 minutes, free of tickets, because there is no entry, there is still very new. I hit this spot by mistake.
Malaysia's National Palace is not open to visitors on weekdays, but only on special days. The gates are usually closed and guarded. You can only experience the dignity and luxury of the royal family from the outside. But the greatest pleasure of visiting here is taking pictures with the guards. No matter what shape you put on, the guards will take pictures with you and him without expression.
This place is the second time I came here, the first time I followed the group and the second time I took the city tour bus. It seems that it doesn't take too much time to get here. No matter what form it takes, it won't take half an hour. Because it can't enter the palace, so I can see the surrounding environment and visit the palace inside through the fence gate. At most look at the guards standing on guard, and then stand next to take a picture. The whole square has no shade, so it's very hot and can't be eaten for a long time.
Visitors can view the magnificent palace through the gate railings and take pictures with the guards stationed. Fortunately, they can also see the wonderful guard changing ceremony. In addition, the square outside the palace gate is also a good place to overlook the high-rise landscape of Kuala Lumpur. Opening time: The palace is not open to the outside world on weekdays, but it will be open to the outside world on the birthday of the Supreme Head of State.
There are old and new palaces in Malaysia. Compared with the old palace, the new palace feels solemn, grand and luxurious. The old palace is now mainly used as a museum, while the new palace is now the official residence of Malaysia's highest head of state. Now that the new palace is closed to the outside world, we can only take pictures outside the door (remember to take pictures of the door and the palace on the hill behind it to make it look better). There are Malaysian soldiers on horses and standing still in British soldiers'clothes in the caves on both sides of the door. If it's early, you can see the handover ceremony.
The new National Palace was completed in November 2011 and the 14th King of Malaysia (Supreme Head of State) Abdul Halim lived in the new palace when he took office. Visitors can take pictures of the visible buildings in the palace through iron railings and gates, or take pictures or take pictures in the square, or take pictures with horses and armed guards guarding the palace gates.
The Palace of Malaysia (New National Palace) can only be visited outside the gate, not inside. Each side of the gate was guarded by a guard soldier. It happened that one of the soldiers was very polite and enthusiastic to invite me to take a picture with him. At first, I only took a picture outside the red cordon. The guards invited me to stand beside him and take a picture side by side. With a big smile on my face, I immediately felt Malaysia's support for tourism and enthusiasm for tourists. After the self-portrait, the guard industry continued to keep his smile and take pictures for other tourists. It is said that the guards on the other side are more serious when taking photos.