MISI Student Visit Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia (IAAM)

21 Apr 16

Sara Ahmad Hashmi
Student
MSCM Class 2016

21st April 2016, MSCM students & staff visit the Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia (IAAM) in Kuala Lumpur.


“The closer the graduation day gets, the more is the anxiety of finishing the incomplete work and do as much as you could! And nowhere would be a more peaceful place in Malaysia to calm the senses than a visit to the Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia.”

“The spacious and peaceful environment of the museum just absorbs all your disquiet. The beautiful recitation of Holy Qur’an in the background makes you respect not only the teachings which are on-air, but the surroundings as well. And you will feel more fortunate if you happen to visit the museum when the museum is hosting any exhibition from some part of the world. The overall experience makes you feel fresh and revitalized.”

“MISI students ’16 and Admin staff in the kind and pleasant company of Dr. David Gonsalvez visited Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia on April 21st, 2016. It was a great experience quite different from the usual routine and any visit to some other attraction. Students and admin staff enjoyed a delicious meal after the museum visit.”

“The museum is full of Islamic manuscripts, calligraphic masterpieces, cultural lifestyle samples and models of Islamic holy places across the world. There is also a very nice souvenir shop in the museum.”

“Overall, it was a very pleasant experience and I am already planning to go there again!”
SARA AHMAD HASHMI

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