The National Museum of Art is dominated by Malaysian original art. This Young Contemporary Exhibition imitates Western art trends and provides a venue for interesting photographs. Next door to the National Theatre is a magnificent building of modern Malaysian architecture, the most prominent feature of which is the huge Turkish roof structure.
The scenery is really good. Five-star recommendation!! In fact, the National Pavilion of China is quite attractive. It is divided into several parts to show different themes. But because we are already quite tired at this time, we spend a lot of time on horseback. But the most impressive nature is still the moving Qingming River Map. It has two kinds of pictures, day and night, which are shown in turn. It is quite amazing. It's also interesting to have an LED screen made of beer flat bottoms. Unfortunately, there is something wrong with my fragment machine. I can't take pictures in the back. I can only take some pictures with my mobile phone.
It's still a little far away, but it definitely makes you feel worthwhile. You won't feel bored even if you stay in it for another day. Go again next time. For all kinds of art exhibitions held inside, non-professionals should not go to see them. They can't appreciate them. It's enough to see the China Pavilion outside.
The National Gallery of Art, also known as the National Gallery, had only four donated works of art when it was founded, but now it has collected more than 25,000 works of art, including works of art of historical value, local national art and sculpture, textile art, and works of Adam and well-known foreign artists. Visiting here can cultivate one's sentiment.