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This kind of museum has great potential, for it displays the aboriginal people of Peninsular Malaysia. But the exhibit is too small to truly enjoy the experience. Hard to spend more than 1 hour in this small place.
Orang Asli Museum near National Museum shows the preserved traditions, culture, customs and history of that specific tribe. Orang Asli tribe that lived in the in the olden days in Malaysia are no more. This is a hidden treasure as their things are preserved and...More
Very good explanations of the life of native peoples in Malaysia. Only full accounting I've seen of the various animus spirits and the crossover with Islam. Good for kids (2 seven year olds liked it) it's small and manageable (20 min is enough), very cheap...More
This small museum is outside the main gateway/entrance to the National Museum. I went there just after visiting the National Museum and got in for free on showing my ticket from that Museum. This museum is very small. But it is has some interesting artifacts,...More
I found this museum next door to the National Museum. It has some fantastic carvings of masks, totems, and statues. The exhibits are amazing to look at, and there's sufficient information provided to understand their significance and larger context. There's also information provided on the...More
This is located next to museum Negara but you have to pay again. And its as much as the big museum for this small one. It is quite interesting and you have to admire the skill of the carvers even if the masks are quite...More
Orang Asli Craft Museum is located next to the Museum of Malay-World Ethnology in the parking area of National Museum. This museum features many mystical collections of Orang Asli community in Malaysia such as the handicrafts, costumes, weapons and sculptures. Definitely a must visit when...More
The Orang Asli Craft Museum is located next to the Museum Of Malay-World Ethnology at the National Museum's parking area. It showcases the lifestyle, culture and tradition of the Orang Asli, the indigenous people of Malaysia which divided into 3 main groups; Negrito, Senoi and...More