Kuala Lumpur's Old National Palace is the former residence and office of the Royal family. Since Chinese is the old palace of the country, I don't know what it is in English, so I translate it into formernationalpalace or old national palace, and then I go to the Internet by LRT on the green line. TUNSAMBANTHAN Station down to the east, after leaving, do not know the southeast, northwest, just at noon, the sun is not able to judge, the station is a college, ask a student, he does not know, through mobile phone positioning, and finally help me call a private car, equivalent to the kind of drip taxi, mobile phone display is more than 8, students let me take photos, afraid that the driver will be expensive, unexpectedly. It was the driver who took me to the new palace, which was also a tourist attraction. Except for taxis and tourist buses, I couldn't leave. The taxis all came in and outsourced to the driver. Fortunately, he told the driver that he would take me to the next scenic spot and give me ten ringgits. Then he took 20 Ringgits to the old palace. Speaking to the taxi driver for a long time, I understand that because the English name of the old palace is royalmuseum, you must remember that otherwise you will take a detour like me, ticket 10 ringgit, local 5 ringgit. Many scenic spots are like this. Foreigners double the tickets. I arrived at 1:30. I was the only one who went in and took off my shoes. I was not allowed to take photos. I was frightened to death in the process of swimming because I was alone. Suddenly I heard a very low voice. Looking around, there were two black things beside the chair. I wondered why. It was frightening. Photographs can be taken outside the other Pavilion and the old palace. The palace is very splendid, but very small.
Old National Palace, although not very large, but not many visitors, when I was visiting it that day, a total of no more than 10 people, feeling a little like visiting the Meiling Palace in China, but the times are different, home style is also different, here is suitable for Uber taxi past, when coming to take the subway, but also to turn a mountain around the main entrance, walking is not convenient.
Malaysia's National Old Palace is located on a hill on the Royal Palace Road, next to the city centre. Very beautiful, very spectacular! The palace was covered with grass and flowers, and many Palace entertainments, banquets and celebrations were held there. In addition, visitors can come here every day to watch the changing ceremony of the palace guards. It's worth taking pictures!
It's where the head of state of Malaysia lives. The head of state of Malaysia is called Sudan, which represents the country. Sudan has no right but represents the country. It's not allowed inside. Today, I happened to run into a special car of Iraqi leaders who didn't know what they were driving in.
In the old national palace, shoes should be taken off and photographs should not be taken. Fourteen wives have been talking about this stalk for a whole day. I have to say that the king had a great time. It's just too grand to have a bathroom bigger than one of my rooms.
The palace is situated next to the city centre, where grass is everywhere and flowers are in full bloom. Every day visitors can come here to watch the changing ceremony of the palace guards. As Malaysia's heads of state change every five years, so every five years, the National Palace will change its owner, so every five years the birthday of the head of state will change, then, the National Palace will be lively, there will be various celebrations.
The Old National Palace (Malay: Istana Negara), originally the palace of Malaysia's highest head of state, is situated in Bukit Petaling on Jalan Syed Putra, covering an area of 28 acres (110,000 m &), overlooking the corner of the Sungai Klang River. On November 15, 2011, it was relocated to the new National Palace and its original site was changed to a memorial museum. Originally built in 1928 by Chen Zhenyong, a wealthy Chinese businessman, the National Palace was converted into a banquet hall for Japanese officers when Japan occupied Malaya. After the surrender of Japan, the government of Selangor State bought the building as the palace of the Sultan of Selangor and sold it to the palace of the Federal Government as the supreme head of state until 1957. Since then, the palace has been revised and expanded several times, the largest of which was in 1980, because the ceremony of the supreme head of state ascended the throne was moved from the Aduraman Hall of Donggu (today's tourism bureau) to the National Palace. In 2011, the new National Palace was built on Ambassador Road in Kuala Lumpur. The New National Palace is larger than the old one. The inauguration ceremony of the 14th supreme head of Malaysia, Sultan Duangu Aduharin, was held at the New National Palace, which also replaced the old National Palace as the official residence of the supreme head of Malaysia. The old National Palace became a Royal Museum for people to visit.