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Batu Cave
These natural limestone masses are home to Hindu shrines that house various
religious deities.

KTM train service which is considerably cheap (return ticket is around 4 Ringgit);
the KTM normally takes 35-40 minutes to reach Batu Caves. The KTM station is just
adjacent to the Caves and is located at convenient walking distance. Please note
there are frequent KTM trains (normally after every 10-15 minutes) departing for
Batu Caves (being its destination).

Other methods of traveling there: Cab (Grab Car)

Here is a site that explain what to expect there: https://notesontraveling.com/batu-


caves-kuala-lumpur-malaysia/

2. Rumah Penghulu Abu Seman


Opening Hours: 11.00am and 3.00pm, Mondays- Saturdays
The Rumah Penghulu Abu Seman is one of the oldest surviving traditional Malay houses. Built in
stages between 1910 and the early 1930s, it was owned by the local headman of Mukim Bagan
Samak

Although it is not really a museum it is probably the only chance that most visitors
to Kuala Lumpur will have to go inside a traditional Malay wooden house of such
quality.

Opening Hours and Admission Fee


Badan Warisan’s Heritage Centre is open from 10am -5pm (Monday - Saturday)
and you can enter the grounds to look at Rumah Penghulu from the outside
during those hours (free of charge).

If you want to go inside Rumah Penghulu you have to take a guided tour. These
tours take place at 11am and 3pm Mondays - Saturdays and there is a minimum
donation of RM10 per person.

More Info: https://www.malaysia-traveller.com/Rumah-Penghulu-Abu-Seman.html

3. Kuala Lumpur Craft Muzeum

4. Jadi Batek Gallery


If you are interested in Malay traditional clothing – batik
https://www.malaysia-traveller.com/jadi-batek.html
Jadi Batek has a small team of talented batik artists who are all Malaysians. It is
impressive to see the ease with which they create their beautiful works of art.
This gallery is helping to protect Malaysia’s heritage by providing opportunities
for these artisans to earn a living from this age old handicraft.

Classes can be arranged for visitors to learn the basics then try out their own
skills and take home a piece of batik art as a memory of the trip.

Opening Hours
Open daily from 9 am to 5.30 pm.

Admission
There is no charge for watching the batik artists at work and no obligation to buy
anything

5. National Monument Kuala Lumpur Opening Hours: 07:00 – 18:00

Read more at: http://www.kuala-lumpur.ws/attractions/national-


monument.htm?cid=ch:OTH:001

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