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History Museum
“The Sarawak State Museum (Malay: Muzium Negeri Sarawak) is the oldest museum in Borneo. It was founded in 1888 and starting 23 October 2017, the museum is temporarily closed until 2020 for an RM308-million refurbishment works. Once its reopened, the museum poised to become among the finest museums in ASEAN”
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Museum
“The world’s first Cat Museum , a must visit attraction offers variety of cat souvenirs, photos and exhibits, it will definitely makes you love more about Kuching. no entrance fee”
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Museum
“Possibly the finest "Living Museum" in South East Asia, Sarawak Cultural Village combines history, tradition, lifestyle and architecture with a dash of education and portion of theatre to create a unique multi-cultural extravaganza. Seven unique traditional houses, spread over a beautiful 17-acre site, gives you the perfect introduction to Sarawak, its people and cultures, whether you are looking for insight into longhouse lifestyle or a taste of exuberant Sarawak hospitality, Sarawak Cultural Village is a must visit for visitors to Kuching and Damai.”
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Museum
“Iconic building, but you have to cross the river and walk for a short distance to reach here. Also good to know more about the history of Brooke govern in Sarawak.”
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History Museum
History Museum
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Museum
“The Textile Museum showcases authentic textiles made by the main ethnic communities of Sarawak.”
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Museum
“The only Chinese Museum in Kuching. Mini but contains a rich compilation about the history of Chinese immigrants in the past century. ”
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Art Gallery
“Home made cakes, cookies, cottage pies, nasi lemak (coconut fragrance rice, living art gallery, event space”
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Art Gallery
“Upside Down Gallery Located in the heart of the city @ where you can have a fun afternoon with your friends. All the props in this house are more or less fixed on the ceiling and walls upside down. All you have to do is take lots of pictures of yourself climbing, jumping or crawling the walls like Spiderman!”
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