One of the most interesting museums in Kuala Lumpur, the Islamic Arts Museum houses both modern and traditional Malaysia as part of the larger Islamic world and, through exhibitions of objects of religious and aesthetic significance, shows both the connection of Malaysian Islamic culture to the Muslim lands to its west and its uniqueness.

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Segway Tour: Guided Eco Ride at KL Lake Gardens including Islamic Arts Museum

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Islamic Arts Museum & Free Kuala Lumpur City Tour

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Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia -IAMM - Batu Caves - Selangor Pewter and Silver Leaf Monkeys with Firefly Boat Ride Combo Tour

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Islamic Arts Museum, Kuala Lumpur

One of the most interesting museums in Kuala Lumpur, the Islamic Arts Museum houses both modern and traditional Malaysia as part of the larger Islamic world and, through exhibitions of objects of religious and aesthetic significance, shows both the connection of Malaysian Islamic culture to the Muslim lands to its west and its uniqueness..

One of the most interesting museums in Kuala Lumpur, the Islamic Arts Museum houses both modern and traditional Malaysia as part of the larger Islamic world and, through exhibitions of objects of religious and aesthetic significance, shows both the connection of Malaysian Islamic culture to the Muslim lands to its west and its uniqueness.


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About Islamic Arts Museum

 Jalan Lembah Perdana, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

 +60 3-2274 2020

 www.iamm.org.my

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Sri Mahamariamman Temple

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