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National Mosque (Masjid Negara)

The majestic National Mosque, or Masjid Negara, was built in 1965 as a symbol of Malaysia’s recently won independence. It is one of South East Asia’s largest and can hold up to 15,000 people. It is situated in Kuala Lumpur’s Lake Gardens in the ... 

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5 star rating: Highly Recommended
January 2012

I had an amazing tour which started at 8:30am and ended at just after 5pm. My Malay/Indian guide was so forthcoming with facts on points of interest and I really felt like I was being looked after. My tour was Christmas Day and I went to a Hindu Temple, Chinese Temple, Mosque and Church...a good rounding out of some different faiths for an important day in the Christian Calendar. A fantastic day from beginning to end for sure.

Doing what: Private Tour: Kuala Lumpur Grand Full-Day Tour including Lunch

Leonard M
Australia

5 star rating: Highly Recommended
February 2010

A very interesting tour and a must to do to see this City although it only kept us in the Golden Triangle where it is kept clean and tidy for the tourists as outside of this is a very dirty City! Very good guide who was very informative in what he showed us and gave us time to explore some of the places which included the Butterfly Farm and the National Mosque which was very interesting and serene. Pelling Street markets are a must to see and walk through, but you do get harassed a bit by some of the Vendors so be prepared and walk away as some of them are very good sellers. Central Markets were very good and no one hassles you here but prices are a little bit dearer.

Doing what: Kuala Lumpur City Highlights Morning Tour

3 star rating: Worth doing
June 2011

A very 'average' tour. Found the Museum a waste of time - little to see in a dark and dingy exhibition area; could only walk around the main Mosque - it was a Friday morning (prayers day) fair enough; a look from the outside at the King's Palace; a drive past Chinatown etc etc. Seems like there's not much to see in K.L

Doing what: Kuala Lumpur City Highlights Morning Tour

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better
September 2014

This tour was a real disappointment. The guide was not well-informed. He omitted two tour highlights: the Sultan Abdul Samad Building and the National Mosque! According to the Viator Tour Website we should have visited these two buildings and taken pictures. We had just arrived in KL that morning from the US and instead of resting, decided to take the tour which - as it turned out - was a mistake!

Doing what: Best of Kuala Lumpur City Tour Including National Museum and National Monument

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better
August 2014

We were disappointed for several reasons : 1/ the tour started 45' late because someone in the bus claimed his phone had been stolen, and after a while the guide wanted to go but could not make himself respected and did not manage to prevent that person lifting hands on the driver, so basically we were nt reassured when it started (without that person). 2/ he explanations and comments from the guide were extremely poor. 3/ we had to see two uninteresting places (shops) to start the tour, and were left with ridiculously too little time for the nicest part of the tour, the Independence Square, which was left as last (plus we did not see the Mosque).
So I would definitely not recommend this tour with this agency.

Doing what: Best of Kuala Lumpur City Tour Including National Museum and National Monument

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