Kuala Lumpur National Textile Museum is right next to the Independence Square, the building is not big, the appearance is more characteristic, interested can go in and see.
There are very few visitors to this museum, maybe not many people are interested in it, and the museum is not big. It displays the craftsmanship of the traditional costumes of various ethnic groups in Malaysia and some of their exquisite finished products.
The National Textile Museum (Malay: Muzium Tekstil Negara) is a museum in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The museum is open daily from 9am to 6pm, free admission. Located in the middle city of Kuala Lumpur itself. All are welcome.
Malaysia’s Islamic textiles are also very famous. The National Textile Museum here formally shows you the glorious history of Malaysian textiles and modern textile art. There are so many flowers and exquisite workmanship. It is definitely worth visiting.
Overall it was nice to take the kids but not so insightful, the museum has a lot of fabrics on display, some really represent a time when it was popular but not updated
This is a quick and free museum right next to Merdeka Square. It is neat and interesting. Check it out and spending about 30-45 minutes.
This is a hit with my families. This place buiding design is still kept in good shape and now many tourists like to bisit here as it near Merdeka Square.
National Textile Museum is a museum in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The museum is open daily from 9am to 6pm, free admission. It is adjacent to the Sultan Abdul Samad Building.
The textile museum is just off of Merdeka Square and is free to enter. It's not that large but has some nice exhibits and is a good place to beat the heat.