5 Museums in Malaysia You Must Visit and Can Reach By Bus

Since man evolved, there has been a thirst within him for learning and exploring new things. There were a lot of dynasties that ruled different parts of the world. It was their culture and tradition that made each dynasty unique. As a representation of such dynasties, their artifacts were restored and presented in museums for spectators.

Museums are famous for showcasing different artifacts, collections of artistic, cultural, historical, scientific importance to the people. Museums have different types of works like conserving, documentation of the collections, serving the researches, showcasing the general public.

Some famous museums around the world are the Egyptian Museum, Anne Frank House, British Museum, Metropolitan Museum, and many more.

Travelling to Malaysia comes under the bucket list of many people and the reasons are its cultural diversity, the famous food, the infrastructure development, the climatic conditions, monuments, art forms, islands etc. Art is something that is given emphasis in Malaysia, and museums in Malaysia are something that takes the breath away.

Below listed are the 5 best Museums in Malaysia that a traveler should visit to make the visit memorable and help them to take a piece of historic beauty to be treasure it in their minds forever.

  1. Sarawak State Museum

This Sarawak State Museum was founded by a Britisher named Alfred Wallace in 1888 and is located in Kuching, Sarawak. It depicts European style architecture, and is an ethnology museum. Originally built to showcase the local culture and local animals, now a lot of renovations have been done to this museum to showcase the Sarawak fauna and ethnographic artifacts. It is one among the famous Museums of the world.

  1. Perak Museum

This is the oldest museum that has been built in Malaysia and basically focuses on the history of the state and is located in Taiping, Perak. In this museum, you would see the ethnological, anthropological, historical and zoological items with some of them being so rare that you would only see them here. This museum has been divided into various galleries like ‘Nature’ showcasing species linked with nature, ‘Cultural Gallery’ showcasing artforms of Malaysian people like weaving, handiworks, etc, and the Clay and Indigenous people Gallery. So a lot of data could be gathered from this museum that helps understand the ethnicity of people of this country and has a lot to say about its rich culture.

  1. Royal Malaysian Police Museum

The Royal Malaysian Police Museum showcases the history of the Malaysian police force. Basically, this museum has been focusing upon policing in Malaysia under British rule. The museum is situated in Kuala Lumpur and was built in 1958. This museum has been divided into three galleries, namely, Gallery A, B, C and showcases the policing in different times or under different settlements. This museum is within walking distances from Kuala Lumpur railway station.

  1. National Textile Museum

Having been built in 2010, this museum is present in Kuala Lumpur. Talking about the architecture of the building, this building has been built in a Moorish architecture style. There are a number of galleries present in this museum-like Pohon Budi Gallery, Pelangi Gallery, Teluk Berantai gallery and Ratna Sari Gallery showcasing the origins of textiles, heritage collections of Malay settlement, jewellery items and personal adornments of various ethnic groups. Textile is one of the forms which showcase the fabulous and breathtaking view of that culture. It is easily accessible from Masjid Jamek LRT Station.

  1. Islamic Arts Museum

This museum is also present in Kuala Lumpur and was officially opened on 12 December 1998 and is by far the largest museum of Islamic arts in South East Asia. It provides information on historic Islamic mosques with fabulous models, calligraphy, etc. You can get a feel of Iranian architecture, and dome construction traditions of Central Asia.

Hence, museums in Malaysia are not something that you must give visit to when you are on a trip to Malaysia. For making your experience good, redBus gives various facilities on International travels which will take a load off from your head. They provide good discounts and very good deals on a comfortable journey.

Terdapat banyak cara untuk seseorang menjelajah Malaysia. Anda boleh merancang keseluruhan perjalanan dengan mengambil peluang untuk menaiki setiap bentuk pengangkutan sekurang-kurangnya sekali. Apa yang anda perlu lakukan hanyalah membuat tempahan awal tiket bas online berserta tiket pengangkutan awam lain.

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