MinNature Malaysia

About MinNature Malaysia

MinNature Malaysia is a very unique museum located in Subang Jaya, Selangor in Malaysia. What makes the museum unique is the display of miniature models of all the important landmarks of Malaysia. It is home to the third largest indoor mini model train set in the world with a collection of vintage trains and expertly crafted models of the trains. There are 19 zones and exhibitions at MinNature Malaysia that are based on different themes like humans, lifestyle, animals, etc. on a scale of 1:87. It is giving an educational tour of the museum where people can learn about the cultures and traditions; science and technology of Malaysia with over 1000 miniature structures and over 5000 characters. There are various live models like moving trains, working solar panels, a volcano, a power plant that generates electricity, and several others that are bagged by lights and sounds to make them feel even more lively. For kids visiting with you, there are various treasure hunt games that they have to solve using various clues at different places. Every week there is a new exhibit at MinNature Malaysia so that people see something different every time they visit this amazing museum in Malaysia.

Book MinNature Malaysia Tickets

MinNature Malaysia is a rare kind of museum, hence the tickets are always in high demand and get sold out within no time. You can book your MinNature Malaysia tickets upon reaching the museum but you might have to wait for hours in a long queue to get your tickets. Hence, it is always advised to book your tickets online at your convenience and ease as you can get direct entry to the museum if you already have your tickets. MinNature Malaysia is a location where we may celebrate the amazing cultural heritage that makes Malaysians such a humble population. Enter this little universe and let MinNature Malaysia's attention to detail captivate you. All the attractions within the museum are included in your tickets and you can also choose for a particular time slot which suits your trip schedule. Make the most of your trip by saving time and money on your tickets as you grab various deals and discounts while booking your tickets with us.

Attractions at MinNature Malaysia

The MinNature Malaysia is a one-of-its-kind museum that is loved by not only the local Malaysians but also by the tourists. Malaysians take pride in the museum as the exhibits and displays portray the traditions and cultures that are the roots of every Malaysian native. All the miniature models are made by skilled artists who pay attention to even the smallest details and design everything with intricate designs. All the themes and zones filled with beautiful structures and characters will blow your mind and will make you love the culture of Malaysia.

Open Display

The MinNature Malaysia Museum has been inspired by the European style exhibition style of the ‘open museum’. Here, the people visiting will get one of the most unique experiences as they will get to view the models and miniature structures up close openly. There are over 40 moving trains on display that run on a track of 2600 feet, making it one of the largest model train sets in Asia. There are over 1000 structures that you can see on display in the museum, each designed intricately.

Mini in the Glass Wall

There are various scenes and zones on display at MinNature Malaysia but there are five dioramas that are placed inside a glass structure almost similar to an aquarium. There are over 50 easter eggs of various themes that are placed with miniature structures to decorate the settings and add a special touch to them. If you go close to the dioramas then you will get to listen to the story of each diorama being said. All the dioramas have different stories and themes that portray the culture and traditions of the country of Malaysia.

Taste of Malaysia

MinNature Malaysia is said to have the best miniature replica of food items and cuisines in the world. There are various dishes and recipes made in the form of miniature models that almost look real. This section focuses on the authentic cuisine of the country of Malaysia and you can see various food items on display as well. You can also learn about the recipes of various dishes to try at home.

The People of Malaysia

Malaysia is known to be one of the most diverse countries where people from various cultures and backgrounds live. In the section on the People of Malaysia, you can see the diversified cultures in Malaysia. You will find miniature people that are proper Malaysians, Chinese, Indians, and even various indigenous tribes like Sabah and Sarawak, and several other tribes and communities. You will get to see the people co-existing with each other and living and enjoying each other’s traditions.

Working Models

This section of MinNature Malaysia focuses on educating people on techniques, technology, and science in Malaysia. Along with running miniature trains, there are various other interactive miniature models like factories and volcanoes. You will learn about the technology of various things such as how they are made and how they work. There is a power generation plant that can light up lights and other factories that show the science behind the products. Keep an eye on the trains and check the stations they go through and get mesmerized by the beauty and advancement in it with your kids.

Workshops and Fun Activities

There are various workshops and fun activities for adults and kids alike for them, to have even more fun at MinNature Malaysia. Adults can participate in workshops that will teach them about 3D printing while kids can play games of Treasure Hunts or Find the Missing Miniature. The Treasure Hunt games are the most hit as the kids have to follow interesting clues to find the hidden objects in the museum. You can also take a tour of the Multimedia room, picture booth, and souvenir shop at MinNature Malaysia.

Know before You Book MinNature Malaysia Tickets

Essential Information
How to Reach
Best time to visit

Location: MUF-1, Level 1, Sungei Wang Plaza. Jalan Sultan Ismail, 50250 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan.

Timings: Monday to Sunday- 10 am to 10 pm, last admission- 8 pm.

  • By Car or Taxi: The MinNature Malaysia Museum is located at a distance of 2.2 km from the city centre of Kuala Lumpur city. You can easily drive yourself or hire a taxi to MinNature Malaysia within 15 minutes from the city centre.
  • By Train: You can reach the MinNature Malaysia Museum by taking a train from Kuala Lumpur Sentral Station and reach your destination in 25 minutes.
  • By Bus: The nearest bus stations are Menara IMC, Malaysia Tourism Centre, and Wisma Cosway, which are located within a distance of just 7 minutes from the MinNature Malaysia and can be reached by taking the purple or green bus lines.

The best time to visit MinNature Malaysia is in the morning as the crowd is less during these hours. It is also best to visit during weekdays as the crowd on weekdays is very less as compared to weekends.

Tips to Visit MinNature Malaysia

  • A lot of people visit MinNature Malaysia during weekends, so it is advised you visit the museum on weekdays to avoid crowds.
  • It is advised you visit the museum with your kids as they will love to see the miniature versions of real-life things and the science behind them.
  • You will get various photogenic places so bring your cameras and phones fully charged.
  • Children under the age of four are admitted free to MinNature Malaysia.
  • You can enroll your kids in the local workshop as well for better understanding of the culture and traditions of the country.

FAQs For MinNature Malaysia

Why is MinNature Malaysia so famous?

MinNature Malaysia is a unique museum that showcases miniature versions of various landmarks and times in Malaysia. The running model train set is the largest indoor miniature railway in Asia. MinNature Malaysia focuses on educating people on the customs and traditions of Malaysia through more than 1000 structures and 5000 characters in miniature forms.

Is the price for MinNature Malaysia tickets the same for all?

No, the prices for MinNature Malaysia tickets vary with the inclusions and preferences. The price also varies according to the age of the visitors. There are various kinds of tickets like combo tickets and packages that include different attractions and events which vary in price. You can book your MinNature Malaysia tickets according to your budget and preference.

How to reach MinNature Malaysia?

There are various ways through which you can reach the MinNature Malaysia Museum. You can take a cab or drive yourself to the museum as it is just 2.2 km away from the city centre. You can also reach the MinNature Malaysia Museum through purple and green line buses or you can also take MRT or trains to reach the nearest stations.

Where can I purchase MinNature Malaysia tickets?

You can purchase your MinNature Malaysia tickets upon reaching the museum from the ticket counter. You can also book your MinNature Malaysia tickets online through our website. It is always convenient to book your tickets online as you will not have to wait in line for tickets and can get direct entry to the museum.

What are the other best places to visit near MinNature Malaysia?

  • Sungei Wang Plaza: With cafés and shops including Big Apple, Miniso, Donil, and Giant, Sungei Wang Plaza is a well-known retail centre in Bukit Bintang. Visitors can unwind while there, but they also frequently celebrate holidays there.
  • Low Yat Plaza: One of the largest IT malls in Malaysia, Plaza Low Yat Shopping Center, with seven levels of electronic products and services. In the Bukit Bintang shopping district, LYP or Low Yat is home to about 500 retail establishments that provide services including mobile, computer, and camera repairs as well as gaming repairs.
  • BB Park Bukit Bintang: BB Park, located near Sungei Wang Plaza, is a hub of cultural heritage in the heart of Bukit Bintang and a venue for entertainment, dining, and shopping. You can unwind in the al fresco-styled BB Park, catch up with family and friends over beverages, or savour the various flavours of local, regional, and international cuisines. The live band and music will keep you entertained at the same time.

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