The Tugu Negara, or the National Monument, was erected in the memory those who were killed during Mayasia's fight for Independence. Located in the Lake Gardens in the vicinity of the Malaysian Parliament House, the sculpture was unveiled in 1966 and is considered to be the tallest freestanding bronze sculpture in the world. The historic sculpture depicts seven soldiers, with each soldier symbolizing seven different traits - bravery, sacrifice, power, suffering, leadership, unity and vigilance. The monument is looked upon by many as Malaysia's pride and its symbol of freedom.
Free of charge
08:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (daily)
Around 45 minutes
Adults, Families, Senior Guests, Young Adults, Children
The Cenotaph, the Central Pavilion, the self-reflecting pool and the Bronze Monument.
Though a designated prayer room might not be available to guests, there are plenty of areas that visitors can make use of to pray during prayer times.
Several food outlets that serve Halal food are available in the near vicinity.