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Museum der Islamischen Kunst

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The Museum of Islamic Art in Kuala Lumpur has a finely carved dome and houses one of the world's classic collections of Islamic decorative arts. Exhibits include exquisite textile art, carpets, jewelry, hand-painted pottery, and restored Turkish rooms in the museum. The museum is located in the center of Kuala Lumpur, and the transportation is very convenient. You can send bags when you enter and visit, and various facilities such as air conditioning, toilets, elevators and greenery are very modern. The indoor exhibition hall is divided into three floors, with a detailed introduction to the birth, development and spread of Islam. The main exhibition halls include the Architectural Gallery, the Koran Manuscript Hall, the India Hall, the Chinese Hall, the Coin Hall, the Jewelry Hall and the Textiles Hall, etc. The museum uses a whole floor to display various Islamic architectural design models, such as the Taj Mahal, the Abdul Kali Mosque and the Alharam Mosque in Saudi Arabia. On the second and third floors, a large number of Islamic treasures are displayed, such as Arabic-style wine vessels carved in gold and silver, spice bottles used in the palace, and Arabian waist knives made of gold and jade. In addition, you can also watch chess made of blue and white jade and a mini Quran about the size of a mobile phone. In addition to admiring the art treasures, you can also go to the museum's restaurant to taste the food, including Lebanese restaurants enough to linger. A main meal set is about 52 ringgit. In addition, there is a shop selling exquisite Islamic handicrafts in the museum. The quality of the goods in the shop is better than other places in Kuala Lumpur. If you like it, you can buy some as a souvenir.
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