Muzium Negara is one of the seven underground MRT stations that were inspired by Klang Gates Quartz Ridge in Ampang, which is the world’s largest pure quartz dyke. It’s located in front of the National Museum of Malaysia, where you can learn about Malaysia’s rich heritage and culture. Other landmarks within a 30-minute walk from the station include Perdana Botanical Gardens, National Planetarium, National Mosque, and Little India.
As this MRT station is connected to the KL Sentral transport hub via a covered pedestrian walkway, travellers can easily make their way to other parts of Kuala Lumpur via other major rail services such as the KTM Komuter, LRT Kelana Jaya line, KLIA Transit, and KLIA Express.
What to Do Around Muzium Negara MRT Station
The National Museum or Muzium Negara built in 1963. The building itself is a mix of traditional Malay and Read More»
KL Sentral Overview
Southeast Asia’s largest railway station, KL Sentral is Kuala Lumpur’s one-stop transport hub, with monorail, KTM Read More»
Perdana Botanical Gardens
The Perdana Botanical Gardens, set within the Tun Abdul Razak Heritage Park, contain the largest collection of flower Read More»
The National Planetarium is another attraction in Lake Gardens. The blue dome which covers its building is its Read More»
Little India Brickfields
A seemingly different world, Brickfields, the site of the recently relocated Little India, was originally a simple Read More»
Nu Sentral Mall
Nu Sentral is Malaysia’s first ever transit mall hub, offering a multitude of entertainment spaces, alfresco dining and Read More»
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