If you are in Malaysia, or will take a trip there, don't forget to come to Kuala Lumpur City Gallery. That is if you want to understand KL more deeply. Kuala Lumpur City Gallery which is a mini museum containing the interesting history of KL.
This tour is in the middle of the city center. Located on Jl. Merdeka Square. Here, we can find out various information about the history of the development of the Malaysian capital, Kuala Lumpur. This is perfect for those who like historical tours! KL City Gallery is arguably a museum as well as an information center about the history of Kuala Lumpur from ancient times to the present.
Inside you will find many historical objects related to the development of Kuala Lumpur to become one of the most influential states and cities in Asia. Photos of Kuala Lumpur when it was still under British rule. There are also a number of photos showing important events that have occurred in this city.
Here we can see photos and miniatures from the city of KL. Kuala Lumpur was once a tin mining town from the 19th century. Then slowly became the center of the British administration of Malaya.
This building looks very distinctive from the outside. The walls are painted ivory white combined with exposed red bricks. Thick with neo-Renaissance style mixed with a touch of Indian architecture.
This building was formerly used as the headquarters for the British government's printing office in Malaysia. But then several times changed functions. Until finally it was made KL City Gallery and opened to the public in 1989.
Here you will find many stories of the dark journey of Kuala Lumpur to the independence of Malaysia to the progress of this city as a state administrative. Until now Kuala Lumpur has become a modern city, you can still enjoy the portraits of Kuala Lumpur's past through newspaper collections, snippets of ancient calendars, to photos collected by several Malaysian photographers of the past.
All the collections contained in the Kuala Lumpur City Gallery are more than enough to make you know more about the country from which nasi lemak comes from, all the pictures and photo collections are arranged very nicely and are fun to look at. You may also compare some of the past buildings that have now been renovated. There is also The ARCH Cafe, a place to relax and unwind. Enjoy coffee and Malaysian Malay specialties.
We can also buy souvenirs in the available Gift Shop. The shop at the KL City gallery souvenir shop has many products. We can shop for Kuala Lumpur T-shirts. Then there are also key chains. There are cellphone cases, interesting brooches, displays such as Malaysian-themed pictures, postcards and much more.
To enter Kuala Lumpur City Gallery we have to pay an entrance ticket of RM 5, but later it will be replaced with a souvenir shopping voucher for RM 5 too.
Well, quite interesting, isn't it? What are you waiting for, hurry up and make your holiday list to Kuala Lumpur City Gallery. In addition to taking a vacation to find your calm, this can also increase your knowledge.
Happy Holidays :)