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KL City Gallery is an interactive exhibition about the modern history and achievements of the city. This place does not pull on a museum, as well as entertainment, so the gallery is a cross between them. Previously, the visit was free and we definitely recommended to see the gallery while walking around Independence Square. Now the entrance costs 10 ringgit,and everything is not so clear. On the other hand, the entrance fee can be used to buy souvenirs or in a cafe, and it turns out that the entrance is kind of free.
Inside you can see a three-dimensional layout of the city, which comes to life every 10 minutes and is beautifully illuminated with music and sound effects. The spectacle is in principle interesting, but literally for five minutes. On the second floor there are several panoramas of the city, against which you can take pictures. On the ground floor there are smaller copies of famous buildings and attractions of the city, as well as a workshop for their manufacture, where you can watch the work of the master. But the most useful for tourists in the gallery is that here you can get free booklets, maps, and even whole brochures describing the sights and entertainment of the city. And yet, in front of the entrance to the gallery is one of the most photographed installations among tourists – the letters "I Love KL".
🌐 Website: http://www.klcitygallery.com.my
🕐 Working hours: daily 09:00-18: 30.
💵 Entrance fee / tickets price: 10 ringgit for all visitors over 3 years old (see currency and exchange rate). You can use the paid ticket to pay in a cafe or in a gift shop inside the gallery.