Kuala Lumpur National Museum of History mainly displays the Malay Muslim nation. It introduces visitors through a large number of physical objects and pictures. The ticket is 5 cents per person. It's very cheap. Can I say that we go here because we want to blow the air conditioner, haha?
The Kuala Lumpur History Museum is located in the south of Independence Square. There is a sculpture "I love Kuala Lumpur" at the entrance, where many tourists line up to take photos. On the first floor, there is an introduction to the historical development of Kuala Lumpur. The picture shows how Kuala Lumpur developed from a tin mine to the capital of Malaysia. There is also a special exhibition on the first floor, which is a handicraft work of College students. On the second floor, there is a minute film introducing Kuala Lumpur's humanities, geography and economic development. There are English guides introducing it in detail. Tickets are 5 cents. Handicrafts can be bought in a gift shop or cakes in a coffee shop. The toilet is rude.
The National Museum of History in Kuala Lumpur is an organized museum with four galleries that record Malaysian history, from prehistoric times to the present. All Southeast Asia is considered a land, and then the floods divide it into today's plates, usually guided by tour guides.
Kuala Lumpur National Museum of History, learning the history of Malay, has risen its posture! The Twin Towers are the landmark building of Kuala Lumpur. The shopping mall hangs red lanterns from inside to outside to celebrate the Spring Festival. The square beside the fountain in Central Park is crowded with tourists, sitting on the ground and blowing the wind to keep cool. The night market is very busy in the downtown area, and the snack stalls are everywhere, which are popular with local people and foreigners.