Planetarium Negara located at 53, Jalan Perdana, Tasik Perdana, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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Designed to resemble a mosque, this planetarium offers a space theater, exhibits & an observatory.

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Chua Mingzhu

4 Google Rating

Other than that, many of you may not know that there’s actually a planetarium right in KL city its

4/ 5

Other than that, many of you may not know that there’s actually a planetarium right in KL city itself! Yes, you got that right. This is a place where you can explore the infinite space and stars on land. Enjoy “out of this world” space shows at their huge space theater or ancient replicas at the space theme park. Best of all, it’s free admissions for all!

Alvida Soo

5 Google Rating

I only know that there's actually have a planetarium right in KL city after my sister told me. I bri

5/ 5

I only know that there's actually have a planetarium right in KL city after my sister told me. I bring my kids here last weekend. They enjoyed explore the infinite space and star on land and felt like they are out of this world. The best part is, free admissions. You must be don't want to miss out this chance

Emma Leong

4 Google Rating

This is a place where you can explore the infinite space and stars on land. Enjoy “out of this wor

4/ 5

This is a place where you can explore the infinite space and stars on land. Enjoy “out of this world” space shows at their huge space theater or ancient replicas at the space theme park. Best of all, it’s free admissions for all!

liliankuan 1 Kuan

4 Google Rating

During this times, it closed. Even fountain also dried-up to save water & electricity, I think?🤔

4/ 5

During this times, it closed. Even fountain also dried-up to save water & electricity, I think?🤔 So far, this is the best planetarium that attracted most kids wanted to come here. I still remembered there is a space theatre and a lot of things related to science and astronomy. Worth to visit and entrance is free at that times. For tourists, best way to come here is by the bridge links from Muzium Negara or using MRT Muzium station or thru Sentral station instead of front entrance Perdana Botanical garden thru Dataran Merdeka. Because you need to walk all the ways up the hill to here unless you willing to wait for the caddy tour. But from here, you either go back to Muzium or walking down to the lake.

rooocky afeez86

3 Google Rating

It is one of Malaysian government to introduce to people about the astronomy. However, this place ne

3/ 5

It is one of Malaysian government to introduce to people about the astronomy. However, this place needs an modification in terms of deco, new content and other attraction to attract people especially young kids. although it is free, many material are broke and too old to exhibit. Besides, many place were close likes Observatory hall and space theatre due to covid-19 pandemic.

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  • Monday09:00 AM - 08:00 PM
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