Bookworms, you have a haven to go to post-coronavirus.
If your home has doesn’t have the perfect environment for you to study, then you might consider heading to this library for some quiet time and reading. Not only will the silence compel you to study and read, the architecture and design will wow you! And… they’re Instagrammable.
Here are 10 Instagrammable libraries to you should check out!
1. Perpustakaan Raja Tun Ada
Raja Tun Ada Library, located in Shah Alam is the go-to place if you want a quiet place to study. Built with the concept of “library in a park” in mind, the library stood 6 floors with a picturesque Shah Alam Lake Gardens.
It’s more than just a library. It’s a recreational place with a 3D theatre and 6D multi-sensory theatre. Free wifi, an open concept café, X-Box Kinnect and a place where you can hone your news reporting skills!
2. BoxXcess Cyberjaya
Operating as a bookstore that has a reading space, BookXCess in Cyberjaya opens for 24 hours! At over 37,000 square feet, it hosts more than just books for the bookworm. It has architecture and design, a café area, a stage… and a reading area to read in solitude. Ssssh!
3. Tanjung Aru Library, Sabah
Opening in April 2019, this library boasts one of the best architectures with the extensive use of natural lighting and large window panels. It stands at six stories spanning 62,000 square feet. There is an exhibition area, a newspaper/magazine area, and e resources. The best part? An area of infinity mirror!
4. National Science Centre
The Pusat Sains Negara has breathtaking architecture, and knowledge, waiting for us to immerse in it. You will also get hands-on experience in simulations, such as controlling flight! Plus, they have amazing architecture too!
5. BookXcess SunSuria
This is the first “Book Tunnel Concept in Malaysia!
Featuring over 500,000 books, this could be the most Instagrammable book place in Malaysia! The best thing about this Book Xcess SunSuria’s Forum is the tunnel concept that captures your eyes!
To make the place better, they have also made this wonderful place more than just a bookstore! They have provided facilities including a workstation, space to binge-read books, and a café should you feel sleepy.
6) L45 Kurau Community Library
You would be forgiven that this swanky, chic, and lit library is a private home.
Well, it was until it was made into a community library after a mysterious donor who wishes to remain anonymous.
Maintaining to minimalism and functional, L45 spans over 3,066 square feet and hosts 35,000 books, and home to students. The atmosphere, design, and architecture are a beauty that will make you stay there! I’d say that this place is a haven for bookworms alike.
7. Sarawak State Library, Kuching
The biggest state library in Sarawak, the library is situated by the beautiful lake which makes the place a good place to read, study, jog and walks around! It hosts books, records, archives, gazettes, and data. A good place If you want to search up the history and look at historical archives!
What do you think? Let us know in the comments!
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