Malaysia Tourism Centre (MaTiC)What is the seating capacity of Tunku Abdul Rahman Hall?
It has 400 seats and this number may be less depending on the type of event and performance.
How do I get to the Malaysia Tourism Centre?
The nearest LRT stations are the Bukit Nenas Station (monorail) and KLCC Station or Dang Wangi Station (Putra line). Both stations are located near the centre. Bus services which pass through this area are RapidKL no. B103 (from Titiwangsa & Bukit Bintang), B105 (Mid-Valley & KL Sentral), B114 (Maluri & Titiwangsa), and Metrobus no. 28, 78 & 79 (from Jalan Hang Lekir) and you have to alight in front of the Renaissance Hotel. The Malaysia Tourism Centre is only a 10-minute walk from KLCC.
When was the Malaysia Tourism Centre officially opened?
The Malaysia Tourism Centre, previously known as the Tourism Information Complex, was officially opened on 5 September 1990 by the then Prime Minister of Malaysia, Dato' Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamed.
Who is the owner of the Malaysia Tourism Centre?
The Malaysia Tourism Centre is owned by the Ministry of Tourism and Culture Malaysia. The aim of its establishment is to provide tourism services and facilities such as tourism advisory services through tourism counters, e-portal facilities, as well as to hold cultural performances and activities.
How do I purchase tickets for the cultural performances?
You may purchase the tickets at the counter at the entrance of the performance hall from 2.30 to 3.00 pm on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday and from 8.00 to 8.30 pm on Saturday. For further information on ticket purchase, please call 03-92354 900.
How much are the tickets?
Tickets to cultural performances organised by the Malaysia Tourism Centre cost RM5.00. The prices of tickets for performances organised by external parties are determined by the promoter of each performance. They are normally RM20 - RM250 depending on the type of performance.
Are facilities provided for disabled people?
The Malaysia Tourism Centre is equipped with facilities for visitors in wheelchairs. We also provide a unisex toilet for disabled people.
Is there a dress code to watch performances at the Malaysia Tourism Centre?
Yes. For orchestra and choir performances, wear a lounge suit, batik shirt or long-sleeved shirt. For theatre and dance performances, wear neat and tidy clothes. Faded jeans, T-shirts, revealing clothes, shorts, sports attire, sports shoes and flip-flops are not allowed.
Is there a place to park?
There are ample parking bays which are free.
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