This museum is close to the purple bus route, and you can reach this museum through a small courtyard. There is no one in the kiosk, everything seems a little out of control, no one manages it. However, after going up the stairs, you will find that everything here is proceeding in an orderly manner. The museum is located in a corner and has air conditioning. There are artifacts and displays on the first floor, telling the history of telecommunications in Malaysia and the rest of the world. There are computers and other modern equipment upstairs. Because I am a telecommunications practitioner, I am more curious. I arrived on Saturday morning. Tickets are 11 MYR for foreign adults and 6 MYR for locals, but I only charge 6 MYR. The first floor introduces the history of telecommunications, and the free audio-visual hall on the second floor It’s nice to come in and take a look.
The old buildings beside the Mall of Independence are the most fascinating places in Kuala Lumpur, the classic Dutch-style buildings, the Tudor-style Sheranton Royal Club, the Telecom Museum are among them.
The Telecom Museum is located near the canopy rainforest for a walk, which is open from 9 to 17 o'clock daily. Tickets are for RM5 for local residents and RM10 for foreigners. Visitors can use free internet upstairs. The exhibits are suitable for learning and are good for studying the history of telecommunications. There are some interesting telecommunications projects with detailed labelling in English and Malay. The first floor has crafts and exhibitions showing telecommunications history in Malaysia and other parts of the world.
if you are interested in history of telecommunications, this museum is for you.there are many antics phones inside the museum.easy access where you can take the LRT to reach here
Kuala Lumpur Telecom museum is first in asia & interesting
A place that can't be forgotten to find your grandfather's phone and your grandmother where I can't see any more happy today. It's boring if you don't have an interest in knowing the history of communication but a good learning place to understand the growth of the communication world. The phone form is in this Telecom Museum. It's really surprised to see him . Please. It's because the power itself is very interested in something that is classical, unique gtu...!! As appropriate for all groups, I'm sure my friends are here. Hello . Please be sincere from, najiha@Abd waab (Aduun)
Old and legendary museum which located exactly next to Olympia Tower. They are reachable via walking or by shuttle bus anyway.
Its sad not many KL citizen know the existance if this place. Its very historical simple and small place. But, no worries as they hardly receiving visitors. So no such crample in a small place.
We bought KL pass for all attractions in KL, but for some reasons the KL pass didn't work at this museum, Lady(forgot her name) in the reception took the initiative to speak with the KL pass customer ...
This little Interesting Museum of communication in Malaysia. It’s very nicely laid out. Great explanation in English. Upstairs you can use computers iPads. Are use my own with free Wi-Fi.
I saw this beautiful heritage building from the lobby of the hotel that I was staying. I decided to visit it and the entry charge for foreigners is 11 RM. The museum tells you about the evolution ...
Nothing much for the exhibition that is specific for telephones or even telephones in malaysian history. And its quite pricey. But there are some surprises: 1) the colonial building its quite a ch...
it is huge but need some more maintenance works , overall is good, kid can enjoy the iPad time upstairs