Okey, its a big complex, and worth of seeing but thats all. You see enough in hoponhopoff bus when its turning around and leaving area..
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I had a 2 day pass for the Hop On/Hop Off KL bus tour and this palace is quite hyped on the taped narration. It it rather removed from all the other stops and is quite grand & impressive as you drive up the hill...More
We were there after lunch around 2pm. The compound were full of visitors walking here and there, nothing much to see and it was very hot because no shelter. So make sure to bring along an umbrella or cap. I was told by an elderly...More
When our group tour manager said we are going to see a King's Palace I was thrilled. but on reaching there they did not even take us inside the Palace Gates. I thought then that this is more like a passing stopover as an attraction....More
Like we see the White House in the America, from outside , here we see the gates of the King's Palace. The Guards and horse and surrounding area a re just a photo stop. The tour guides advised everyone to use the washrooms here as...More
I would better spend time in the streets than going there just to see the entrance gate where King lives. I don't understand why our tour took us there. And people were clicking picture of guards there because king was not available.
We had a short time in KL but was able to see where the Sultan Lives and Batu Temple a must see when in KL
It's not every day or in every country that you can get a photo with an actual functioning Royal Palace. Not only that, but photos with the Royal Guards in their uniforms inspired by traditional Malay attire. Note: In 1990 I remember visiting the 'King's...More
I went here with the hop on hop off bus so I got off as part of the tour and stayed for a bit taking pictures of the gates, guards and grounds. There's also toilets available to the public here so you can incorporate a...More
You have to go there for a quick look. It is a huge and beautiful Place but you can't get in just have a look from the outside