The National Planetarium is situated on a hillock just outside the KL Lake Gardens, in the vicinity of the National Mosque. This blue-domed structure with futuristic design elements is the venue for a variety of fun-filled and exciting discoveries. View documentaries at its wide-screen cinema, marvel at the exhibits on astronomy or experience the thrill of zero gravity. Make your way to the viewing gallery on the fourth floor for an excellent view of the city skyline. The National Planetarium is accessible from the National Museum via an overhead pedestrian bridge.

Website: www.angkasa.gov.my Getting there: Taxis are the most convenient mode of transport to get here.

Entrance:
RM 1 (Free for children below 12 years) Getting there:
Taxis are the most convenient mode of transport to get here.
Opening hours: 9:30am – 5:00pm daily
from the National Museum via an overhead pedestrian bridge

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