World's Largest 3D Printed Miniature Wonderland

Spanning over 17,000 sqft and using over 1,600 kg of ABS plastics, MinNature is the largest of its kinda . MinNature features Malaysia's historical and iconic buildings; giving visitors a 360 degrees bird eyes view.

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Masterbuilder's Workshop

Join the Masterbuilder's workshop and get a little experience on how we built MinNature from scratch. Its great fun for all ages.

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Truly miniature marvel

MinNature is filled with over 20,000 miniature. Take our treasure hunt challenge and explore MinNature in a very different perspective. Try to capture all 30 easter eggs in MinNature.

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MinNature Malaysia is strategically situated at Level 4, Summit USJ Shopping Complex, right in the heart of Subang Jaya. We are just 10 minutes drive away from Sunway Pyramid and Sunway Lagoon. We are also conveniently accessible via public buses, taxi, UBER, GRAB, LRT, KTM and BRT.

MinNature Malaysia is the Asia's largest and the world's third largest permanent indoor miniature and trains exhibition. We have 17,000 sq ft of exhibition space which also includes reading display areas, multimedia room, photobooth, Masterbuilder workshop and souvenir shop. MinNature is suitable for all ages.

Every single exhibit in MinNature was handcrafted and handmade here in Malaysia. This is a live exhibition where every week, we will put in new models and dioramas. So what you see today may not be the same by next month or next year. Every entrance to MinNature is a new wonderful experience.

We run an open, barrier-less concept exhibition, this is so that visitors coming to MinNature can immerse themselves into this wonderland and get up close to the models.

Apart from viewing the miniatures, we have our interactive and reading sections where visitors can interact with the models, and also read up on interesting facts and historical facts about the exhibits.

Some key features of MinNature:
- Asia's largest miniature and train exhibition in Asia (17,000sqf)
- 100% designed and made by Malaysians.
- 360 degree view of various KL buildings
- Interactive models - moving trains, volcano, solar panels,
- Fun activities - Treasure Hunt Challenge, Spot the Missing Exhibit.
- For all ages, tourist or local Malaysians

Congratulations to these CNY Treasure Hunt winners in these past three days! Looks like this round of treasure hunt is rather challenging, are you up for it? Our mystery gift is a limited edition 3D printed lithophane and it is running low, so come on over now to participate in our treasure hunt! 😃 ... See MoreSee Less

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MinNature wishes you a prosperous and fruitful Chinese New Year! We hope your holidays will be filled with joy and laughter as well. Cheers! 😃

A reminder that we are open during Chinese New Year, but for today and tomorrow we are only open until 7PM. We will resume our standard operating hour (10AM to 10PM) on Sunday, 18th February.
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Hello there people, just a reminder that from the 15th February to 17th February we are only open till 7PM. Do share this with your friends and families, and come visit us earlier in the day to avoid disappointment. Do participate in our CNY Treasure Hunt as well to win some mystery prizes. See you soon! 😃 ... See MoreSee Less

Hey there people! We have some good news, we are OPEN during Chinese New Year! However, we are only open until 7PM (last entry at 5:30PM) from 15th February to 17th February, we will resume to our standard operating hour (from 10AM to 10PM) on the 18th February. So if you are planning to visit us this holiday season, do come earlier to avoid disappointment! Do share this message with your friends and families as well. Have a wonderful Chinese New Year and a happy holiday! 😃

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Had a great birthday celebration party today. Have a Happy 7th Birthday once again to Yong Qing, may your year be full of joyful achievements and wonderful discoveries. 😃🎉🎈🎂

Celebrate your birthday at MinNature! For more information, kindly contact us or check out the following link:
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Entry 012: Apparently my previous post was too dark... I apologize if it upset anyone. Anyway, just chilling outside near an abandoned train track, thinking and planning on my next destination. But I guess I needn't think so hard, as a wise man once said "The journey is the destination."

Nevertheless, it is always good to take some time out each day to relax and renew as it is essential to living well. Which brings the question: When was the last time you spent a quiet moment just doing nothing - just sitting and looking at the sea, or watching the wind blowing the tree limbs, or waves rippling on a pond, or a flickering candle?
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