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National Monument, Kuala Lumpur

Categories: Monuments, Tourist Spots
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3.8/5 based on 360+ reviews on the web
Remember those who died in the struggle for Malaysian freedom by visiting National Monument, depicting a group of soldiers bearing the Malaysian flag. One of the largest freestanding bronze sculptures in the world, the memorial features several figures, representing vigilance, unity, leadership, courage, strength, sacrifice, and suffering. A simple stone cenotaph and a tranquil sculpture garden lie adjacent to the monument. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to National Monument and many more Kuala Lumpur attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Kuala Lumpur itinerary planner.
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  • My first visit was in 1975, not much has changed nor any new addition buildings. It is good to be back in remembrance for those warriors who died defending the country. 
  • We have a few metres beside the Town Hall (is) seen a skyscraper and are then to this monument, that commemorates the fallen Malaysian soldiers, driven further. It is located in a small, but very tasty and you need about 15 to 30 minutes for the visit. Definitely worth watching, especially since it is located on a hill and the view of the city is very beautiful.
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  • Visited this park on 3rd Oct 2016. As recommended in the internet I do use the public transport to get there...which is getting to the nearest rail system which is KTM-Bank Negara. From there you are ...  read more »
  • One the national monuments found around town. This one remembers the fallen heroes of the country. As you enter, you find yourself in a giant courtyard, with the aforementioned monument located at the centre, and finally opens up to a great view of the city and the nearby park. A definite must see, even for locals. Parking is limited, so best to park at the nearby park and make it up here by foot. The exercise will do you good.
  • Clean and nice place. Well maintained. Spectacular monument. Nice view.
  • Sometimes, I'm wondering, Tok Gajah, Mat Kilau, Tok Bahaman, Abdul Rahman Limbong are not our national warrior? Those at the National Monument are all English names...
  • Impressive monument to fallen soldiers. The surrounding gardens are beautifully landscaped and well looked after. Great view back into the city. We walked here from central market in about half an hour - everybody else seemed to get a bus or taxi!
  • Good views, impressive monument - nice if you're in the area but not worth a massive trip out of your way
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