How many seats are there in the Tunku Abdul Rahman Hall?
There are 400 seats in the hall and this amount may be reduced depending on the type of events and performances. However, to meet the SOP's of the National Rehabilitation Plan PHASE IV, the number of spectators was halved.
How to get to Malaysia Tourism Centre(MaTiC)?
Visitors can go to MATIC by Bus, & LRT, Monorail or Grab. Those are the routes that have stops nearby. Bus: 303, 300, Go KL Bus BLUE & GREEN, GREEN Suria KLCC ↺ Bukit Bintang, BLUE Gokl Blue: Titiwangsa Hub ↺ Bukit Bintang LRT: Dang Wangi Station; 8 minutes walk, Monorail: Bukit Nanas; 4 minutes walk.
When is the Malaysia Tourism Centre(MaTiC) Officially launch?
Malaysia Tourism Centre(MaTiC) formerly known as the Tourist Information Complex which was officially launch on september 5, 1990 by the former Prime Minister of Malaysia, Tun Dr. Dato' Seri Mahathir Mohamed.
Malaysia Tourism Centre(MaTiC) is owned by whom?
Malaysia Tourism Centre(MaTiC) owned by the Ministry of Tourism, Art & Culture Malaysia(MoTAC). The Purpose of the establishment is to provide tourism services and facilities such as travel advisory through Information Counter, E-Portal, Performance and local cultural activities.
What facilities do you provide for disabilities?
Malaysia Tourism Centre(MaTiC) is equipped with facilities for people with wheelchairs. We also provide a unisex toilet for the disabled.
Is there a place for parking?
There is plenty of space for parking available and it is free.