Hi Guys today I am visiting one of the finest museums in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia. The Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia.
There are 12 permanent galleries in the museum and special galleries, at the time johnsonmalaysia.com prepared this article and video, there was special exhibition call Qajar Ceramics. The Qajar is a work of Persian artistic expression. The museum is about 21years this year stated in 1998. It’s located across the road to National Mosque. The Museum houses some 12,000 artifacts
This an excellent up to scale miniature models of Mosques and mausoleum. Eg. Al-Haram Mosque, The Dome of the Rock, The Al-Nabawi mosque (prophet’s mosque) and etc. Standard Chartered Ottoman Room is a great display of the European influenced interior. Which is in the guest’s honor of the house.
Quran & Manuscript Gallery
How the old technique of writing on lambskin and later paper introduce. Their style of writing at the royal court has a unique and secure way known to the inner circle of High ranking officers. One not to miss the The Kiswah, the curtain covered the Ka’aba door. Manuscript of medical and etc. India Gallery Display the The glorious days of Mughal empire. The empire started with Babur to Akbar who were the descendants of Gangis Khan. The keener love for art and poems by Akbar made many miniature paintings from his era. These are displayed in this Indian Gallery.
Malay World Gallery
It consists of traditional clothings of various ethnic Malays. The wavy dagger calls Keris. Royal cloth Songket, various cloths, folding head gears.
China Gallery – Many beautiful pottery wares
Above only a glimpse of the Islamic Arts Museum, come and experience yourself, JohnsonMalaysia.com can assist to make your tour need in Kuala Lumpur memorable and wonderful For
Islamic Arts Museum Opening hours
Monday to Sunday 10am – 6pm including Public Holidays
Accept: Eid ul-Fitri and Eid ul-Adha
Contact No. 03-20927070
Free admission: Museum Shop (gift & souvenir) & Restaurant
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