Malaysia National Museum is located in the western suburb of Kuala Lumpur, east of the south entrance of Lake Park. The museum is a two-storey "Minangapou" style classical Malay architecture. The shape is magnificent. Two giant murals depicting Malaysian culture and history are embedded on both sides of the magnificent entrance. The murals are 35.1 meters long and 6 meters high. They are delicate and vivid. Left wall paintings depict the overall situation of Malaysian crafts manufacturing, while right wall paintings depict important historical scenes from the Hindu and Buddhist era in North Malaysia in the 12th century to the independence of Malaysia in 1957. Enter the museum, with a hall in the middle and four exhibition rooms on both sides, exhibiting historical and economic materials of Malaysia, customs and customs of Malay, tropical plants and animal models held locally, etc. Among the exhibits are Chinese porcelain unearthed in Johorama in the 16th century and Ming porcelain specially made for Muslims in the 15th century. There are also information about Malaysian shadow play and other countries'shadow play. Among the exhibits in Malacca, there are copies of documents describing the visit of Zheng He, a navigator of the Ming Dynasty, to Malacca.
The latest ticket price of Malaysian National Museum in 2017 is for foreigners: 5RM for adults and 2RM for children under 12. Free multilingual lecture service is provided at 10 a.m. every day. It took about two hours for the children to understand the history and culture of Malaysia. The National Museum has two floors and four exhibition halls.
The National Museum of Malaysia, which is worth visiting, is equivalent to the Capital Museum and the National Museum of Beijing. The collection of many cultural relics of great historical significance shows the changes in different periods and has a long insight. There are two floors, one lobby on each floor. Tickets for one person and five yuan
This is one of the points that we passed by on the Kuala Lumpur tourist bus. We deliberately got off to have a look. The main entrance of the museum is opposite to a main road, so when entering from the next entrance, there are some old-fashioned vehicles and shops on both sides of the road leading to the exhibition area. It took a turn inside to get to the main entrance of the pavilion. Entrance to the tour is to buy tickets, 5 Ma per person. The exhibition room is divided into four pavilions, which are relatively small in size. Although all of them are in English, they can roughly understand the theme from the classification structure. On the whole, it's good.
From the time of primitive people to the time of independence and the integration of different nationalities, it is equivalent to learning the history of the Malay State. It may take three hours to walk carefully. Not many people, quiet, suitable for learning. Without Chinese, you need English reading ability. Children under 5 years old are free, but they need to register at the window.
Habit to run to the museum. The scale is a little smaller than I thought. There are only four districts, from prehistoric geology and Humanities of Malaysia to modern nation-building history. (No mention of Singapore's independence at all. (See the colonial history mentioned in previous readings.) Merdeka! Merdeka! Merdeka!
The Malaysian National Museum in Kuala Lumpur is the main museum in Malaysia. It is a two-storey classical Malay architecture in Minangapou style. The Museum has four exhibition rooms, displaying historical and economic materials of Malaysia, customs and customs of Malaysia, and unique tropical plants and animal models. Among the exhibits are Chinese porcelains unearthed in Johorama in the 16th century and Ming porcelains specially made for Islamists in the 15th century, information on Malaysian shadow plays and shadow plays from other countries, and literature reproductions of Zheng He's visit to Malacca, a navigator of the Ming Dynasty. There are also exhibits of old locomotives, old cars and antique Malay palaces in the open-air exhibition area.
The National Museum of Malaysia is a unique scenic spot in Kuala Lumpur. There are various kinds of exhibitions in it. The first entrance is a display of a group of old cars and an artistic Phoenix boat symbolizing Malaysian marine culture. On the day we went, there was a Beijing Museum from China. Many people would neglect the decoration of Malaysian traditional buildings at the entrance of the museum. A free exhibition, right next to the city's 24-hour sightseeing station, is also a good choice to drop in while waiting for the bus.