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Half-Day Private Kuala Lumpur City Tour
"Join this half-day private tour to experience the local lifestyle culture and learn some history in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia. Chinatown Kuala Lumpur is the oldest Chinese settlement in Kuala Lumpur. Divided by three parallel streets Chinatown is well known for street food daily wears and places of worship. Brick fields is the oldest Indian settlement in Kuala Lumpur and even though it is occupied by local Indians Hinduism is not the only religion being practiced in this settlement. Ideal location for almost everything Indian.Istana Negara (Gates of The Kings Palace)
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Kuala Lumpur Tour including Petronas Twin Towers
"This four-hour tour provides a brief introduction to Kuala Lumpur's famous locations and allows time to explore the city at leisure. You will meet your local driver/guide upon pick-up from your city hotel in the morning and embark on your guided narrated tour in our comfortable air-conditioned vehicle.Visit the various Kuala Lumpur attractions making photo stops at any location you prefer. All you need to say “Pull Over” and the driver/guide will be more than happy to accommodate. The tour will take you to the King's Palace a symbol of Malaysian sovereignty as well as Merdeka Square which features the world’s tallest free standing flag pole nestled between the old courthouse and the famous Selangor Club built Victorian style architecture. Look up at the perfectly symmetrical twin structure of the 88-story Petronas Twin Tower
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Transit Tour: Kuala Lumpur including Petronas Towers
"The tour will begin with a warm welcome at Kuala Lumpur International Airport. You will be taken to Putrajaya the Administrative Capital of Malaysia. Enjoy a wonderful hour long stay at Putrajaya seeing sites such as Putarajaya Lake Pink Mosque Prime Minister Office and Seri Wawasan Bridge.The journey will continue to Kuala Lumpur which is only a 45 minute drive from Putrajaya. You will be taken to see the incredible Petronas Towers. Look up and marvel at the perfectly symmetrical twin structures. The towers are an impressive 88-stories tall and have multifaceted steel walls and t walk on the sky bridge and observation deck.The tour will then proceed on to the beautiful Lake Gardens. On the way you can view the National Monument
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Royal Malaysian Police Museum Tips (4)

Royal Malaysia Police Museum

This interesting museum is located in the Lake Gardens area of the city. It charts the history of the Royal Malaysia Police during the Malay Sultanate of Malacca, the Portuguese, Dutch, British and Japanese Occupation of Malaya and the period prior to independence. Exhibits include a staggering amount of police uniforms from each one of the Malaya States police forces, medals, weapons, vehicles etc.

Open: 10am-6pm Tues-Sun, 10am-12.30pm & 2.30-6pm Fri. Closed Mondays. Admission: Free.

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Willettsworld
Aug 21, 2010

Royal Malaysian Police Museum

The Police Museum was opened in 1961 and displays several thousand items pertaining to crime and crime prevention, artifacts and documents. It has a very interesting collection of everything to do with the Malaysian Police, from its founding through to the present day, describing important events and displaying the memorabilia.

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cs_zee
Oct 13, 2007

Royal Malaysian Police Musuem


Attractions - Weapons used by secret societies, communist documents, police uniform. Display of police artifacts up to five centuries ago - from the Malacca sultanate through the colonial era till the present.

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dragontml
Jan 02, 2004

Police museum

For me this was an unusual museum. What does the police need an museum I thought?

The museum was opened in 1961. The museum is dedicated to the history and activities of the Royal Malaysian Police dating back to the Melaka Sultanate.

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Dec 10, 2003
 
 
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