Monuments/ Statues in Kuala Lumpur

Top Monuments & Statues in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Monuments & Statues in Kuala Lumpur

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  • ricshanshibly1986
    Jeddah, Saudi Arabia1,265 contributions
    This is location to remember war heroes of Malaysia during British & Japan war. Next National Monument there botanical garden. From this place you can see KL some skyscrapers.
    Written 10 May 2022
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  • macedonboy
    Glasgow, UK153,681 contributions
    This is a lovely looking Indo-Buddhist style gate. It has an interesting design as it looks like a square gate, but is in fact two gates joined together with horizontal beams. It’s more obvious with viewed on the east-west axis.

    Kudos for the unusual design, but I didn’t think much of the relief sculptures decorating the gate. It just seem cold and sterile as if carved or possibly cast without passion. Fine to take a look if you're visiting Little India or Brickfields, otherwise I wouldn't go out of the way.

    On the upside, the gate is a good photo opportunity and that's why I'm giving plus one star.
    Written 13 January 2020
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  • Nomadman411978
    London, UK3,169 contributions
    Tun Hussein Onn Memorial commemorates the life of Malaysia's third Prime Minister who served from 1976 to 1981. He is known as the Father of Unity. Notices at the site say it is due be completed in May 2017.
    Written 27 April 2017
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  • Laura T
    Middlesbrough, UK5,907 contributions
    This large elephant monument/fountain is located at a busy junction in Little India Brickfields. The Torana Gate is also at this same junction. Recommend walking past to take a few photos at least.

    A short walk from coloured archways at central Little India. We found Little India a lot smaller than expected, not much to do and surprisingly we didn't see that many restaurants...We visited late afternoon so possibly more happening in the evening?
    Written 14 March 2020
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  • macedonboy
    Glasgow, UK153,681 contributions
    The Octane sculpture is a sculpture of an Iso-octane molecule that is an important component of gasoline, as in the stuff that fuels the car. This sculpture is appropriately located outside the Petronas Discovery Centre referencing both the science and the commodity that is so important to the Malaysian economy.
    Written 5 April 2020
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