[PHOTOS] KL Library At Dataran Merdeka Just Reopened After Years And It Looks Spankin' New

There's even a free Internet cafe and several discussion rooms.

Cover image via Twitter @aribismail

The public library at Dataran Merdeka has finally reopened after being closed for about two years

On 10 November, Twitter user @aribismail shared photos of the new and improved library along with a caption that read, "Kuala Lumpur Library has now reopened. The interior is beautiful. If you're looking for a quiet place to study or do work, you can come here."

You don't need to pay for admission and the library membership is also free.

Once a member, you can enjoy all of the services at absolutely no cost at all.

Members get extra perks such as access to their private rooms and free use of the computers at the Internet cafe.

The library also has a special area designated for children aged four to 12.

With several discussion rooms and high-speed WiFi, the library can also function as a co-working space

The Internet speed is fast enough for you stream movies and videos. So whether you want to watch a comedy on Netflix or an educational documentary, this library lets you do it without any interruption.

It is located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, making it easily accessible by public transport

It is only a 10-minute walk from Masjid Jamek LRT station and Pasar Seni MRT station.

Opening hours:
Monday (2pm - 6.45pm)
Tuesday to Friday (10am - 6.45pm)
Saturday and Sunday (10am - 5pm)

1, Jalan Raja,
City Centre,
50050 Kuala Lumpur,

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