Malaysia Tourist Information Complex (Malaysia Tourism Centre) in Kuala LumpurBuilt in 1935 as the residence of Eu Tong Seng, a wealthy tin miner, the Malaysia Tourist Information Complex is a historical landmark which served as the war office of the British Army and also as the headquarters of the Japanese Army during World War II. The tourist attraction is also known as the Malaysia Tourism Centre (MTC). This popular place of interest was also the venue for the first sitting of Malaysia's parliament and the installation ceremonies of several kings of the country but now has become once of the most frequented place by foreign visitors to seek directions and help whenever they are in Kuala Lumpur. The staff here will make your visit to this country as pleasant as possible. Maps and pamphlets are easily          Photo: Malaysia Tourism Centre

obtained here for free of charge.


This historical building was renovated in 1988 for its present use as a one-stop tourist information centre. The complex houses other facilities such as an auditorium, information desk, souvenir shop and a restaurant and has become a favorite meeting place for foreign visitors. Tourists are delighted to know that there are also cultural performances and theatrical shows being held here at its auditorium. Also called the Pusat Pelancongan Malaysia, visitors coming here will find this place very helpful.


Opening times: 9.00am to 6.00pm daily

Address: 109 Jalan Ampang, 50450 Kuala Lumpur

Cultural performances: 3.00pm to 4.15pm every Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday




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