Muzium Negara, or the National Museum of Malaysia, is a cultural museum located in Kuala Lumpur, the capital city of Malaysia. The museum showcases the country’s rich history, culture, and traditions through its collection of artifacts, exhibits, and galleries.
Some of the highlights of the museum’s collection include ancient artifacts such as weapons, jewelry, and pottery, as well as traditional costumes and textiles. There are also exhibits on Malaysia’s independence movement, the country’s various ethnic groups, and Islamic art.
The Muzium Negara building is an impressive piece of architecture, designed in the shape of a traditional Malay house. The museum has four main galleries which cover various aspects of Malaysia’s history and culture, including the prehistoric era, the Malay kingdoms, colonial era, and modern Malaysia.
The skull from the past.
Alat penetak is a tool for the people who stayed in the past to use for something.
It is very interesting how many tools have been developed over the last thousand years.
This is how the indigenous people wear and live in the cave.
Use natural resources to make necklace, the thinking is the same in the past and today, everyone wants to make themselves look good with decorations
The art of the dragon head are really detail and unique!
Even the decoration of weapons are gorgeous!
Old Islamic religion book.
Weapons lover are must visit, since there are a lot of the weapon that you can see in the museum.
These phones look good in an antique style hotel.
Headgear of the Kayan / Kenyah people, Sarawak.
Fort Cornwallis in Penang also have these canon.
Malaysia have many races and different cultures so we really appreciate to know about Malaysia!
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Citizen/Child : RM2/Free
Foreigner/Child : RM5/RM2
Operating hours: 9am to 5pm
Contact: 03 2267 1000
Address: Jabatan Muzium Malaysia, Jln Damansara, Perdana Botanical Gardens, 50566 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur