Find information about Malaysian culture here: history of Malaysia, museums, archeology, colonial buildings and architecture, traditional dances and clothing, photogalleries, theater, art scene and people.
"The Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia (IAMM) was officially opened on December 12, 1998 (23 Syaaban 1419), as a gift to the people of Malaysia and the international community from the Albukhary Foundation, with the assistance of the Malaysian government and the Islamic Department of the Islamic Development of Malaysia (JAKIM). IAMM is committed in its goal to be the Custodian, Restorer, Preserver and Educator of Islamic Arts. The museum is a non-profit organization committed to preserving these priceless works of art for future generations." On this site you will find information about exhibitions, galleries, location and opening hours, education, facilities, events and more.
"Badan Warisan Malaysia has played a distinctive role in the promotion of the preservation and conservation of Malaysia’s built heritage since our formation in 1983 as a Non-Government Organisation, concerned with the conservation and preservation of Malaysia’s built heritage. We are a voluntary organisation with charity status i.e. tax exemption." The Malaysia Heritage Trust (Badan Warisan) website provides detailed information about heritage buildings, traditional architecture, preservation techniques, history and old photos of the buildings, cultural tourism and kuala lumpur heritage trails, several downloadable bulletins and a link collection.
The Actors Studio is a privately owned and operated theatre space located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur. Here actors, directors, writers and designers can follow courses and train in performing arts. You can view and book upcoming shows by viewing the "this week" section or by clicking on "Bangsar" or "Greenhall".
Menara (tower, minaret) Kuala Lumpur is the largest telecommunications tower in the world. The construction of the tower started in 1991 and was finished in 1994. With 421 meters high it gives a fabulous view over Kuala Lumpur. The tower is open for the public and for a small entry fee you can enjoy the skyline of KL.