okay... for this entry, I would love to actually, tell you about National Science Centre in Bukit Kiara, Kuala Lumpur.
National Science Centre is located in a harmonious and attractive environment, Bukit Kiara, Kuala Lumpur and it is the new national landmark that has a unique architecture that resembles a truncated coen capped by a geodesic dome. The National Science Centre was proudly opened by the then Prime Minister of Malaysia YAB Tun Dr. Mahathir on 29th of November 1996.
They have several rules that the visitors need to follow such as,
*Admission for children under 6 years old is FREE except for special activities.*Children must be accompanied by an adult. An adult is allowed to accompany maximum of 5 children.
*Prior booking is required to qualify for the rates stated.
*School group booking must be made through the school principal.
*School group must be accompanied by teachers. A teacher is allowed to accompany maximum of 10 students.
for more info, you can contact this number,
Tel: 03-2089 3400
Faks : 03- 2089 3401
How to get there:
You can use RapidKL bus from KL Sentral and the bus number would be RapidKL U83.
They have Galleries and let me explain one by one.
Walk under Malaysia's first overhead freshwater aquarium filled with 32 species of freshwater fish. Watch fish feeding on weekend.
Highlights the three critical elements of nature, water, light, and wind through exciting interactive exhibits.
Pathways to Science
Visitors can engage themselves with many hands-on exhibits in the different science disciplines of Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Earth Science and also Astronomy. You can learn more about transformation of energy at their new Energy Circuit exhibit.
if you want to know more about National Science Centre, you can click at the link up there. thank you..hahahaha