International Islamic Arts Garden Complex

Kompleks Taman Seni Islam Antarabangsa is a gallery next to Shah Alam’s Blue Mosque and Lake Gardens.

International Islamic Arts Garden Complex
Among the most notable displays here is an original Quran manuscript thought to be worth millions.


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Kompleks Taman Seni Islam Antarabangsa,
No. 2A Pesiaran Damai, Seksyen 10,
40100 Shah Alam, Selangor


Built on a 14-hectare site in the city of Shah Alam, this spiritual sanctuary is the heart of Islamic arts heritage in Selangor, with exhibitions on Islamic calligraphy, architecture, interior design, paintings and Quran manuscripts.

It serves as the exhibition and production centre for Yayasan Restu (Restu Foundation), a non-profit organization formed in 1987 that aims to revive, preserve and promote Islamic arts and culture.

Yayasan Restu also dedicates itself to the reproduction and illustration of artwork based on Islamic design motifs as well as the Quran.

The foundation was the first in Malaysia to produce fully handwritten and illuminated mushaf (hardcopies of the Quran), and has held exhibitions in several countries worldwide.

The International Islamic Arts Garden Complex comprises nine galleries, a lecture hall, children’s centre and various activity rooms.

Among the most notable displays here is an original Quran manuscript said to be worth RM20 million.

Visitors get the opportunity to watch skilled artisans at work, as well as how the Quran is preserved, copied and produced. Occasionally, traditional Islamic performances are also held at the garden complex.

Opening hours

9.30am – 5.30pm (Closed on Mondays)

Price/Entrance fees

Entry to the garden complex is free.


The garden complex is located within walking distance (±1km) from the following destinations:

It is also 10-15 minutes’ drive from:


Best Western i-City Hotel
Laman Green Boutique Hotel
Concorde Hotel



How to get to Kompleks Taman Seni Islam Antarabangsa

The best way to get here is by driving. Kompleks Taman Seni Islam Antarabangsa is accessible via four main highways – NKVE, KESAS, Federal and GUTHRIE. The taxi fare is ±RM30 from Kuala Lumpur and ±RM20 from Klang.

By Train
Hop aboard the KTM Komuter train from Kuala Lumpur to Shah Alam station. Thereafter, get a taxi for the short ride (±4.5km) to the International Islamic Arts Garden Complex.

By Bus
Board RapidKL bus number 750 (formerly U80) from Pasar Seni in central Kuala Lumpur towards Shah Alam.

Alternatively, take bus T754 (formerly T529) from Shah Alam KTM station to the garden complex.

1 comment

    • Mustaqim Zakaria on April 19, 2022 at 10:50 am
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    Assalamualaikum. My name is Mustaqim, student from UNISEL.
    I wanna ask, if this place offer internship for students from Admin background course.

    Thank you.

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