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Expect exactly what it says a museum full of cat models and paraphernalia. Links with History of cats through time, literature,the arts etc. Cheap to get in. We were in and out in about 15 minutes maximum but if you are a real cat lover...More
Being a cat lover myself, this place was on the top of my list of things to do while visiting Kuching. I couldn't believe how vast it was, and how many items they had inside. Very interesting, and has a lot to learn if you...More
Its a very strange and skurril place. I think since this month you have to pay 3MR per person, but thats ok.
Once you are inside you are not sure if that is a joke or not. There are rarely explanations. You can see everything...More
My son and I spent a comedy hour or so at the Kuching Cat Museum. We had lots of laughs at the array of kitschy cat items on display; cats made from shells, a cat food assortment, a 1987 Curiosity Killed The Cat poster, ornaments...More
Went there on Tuesday, 10.7.18. Located at lobby of Dewan Bandaraya Kuching Utara (DBKU) building, this museum showcase a collection of cat's toy, photos, cat's grave, and some stalls selling souvenir mostly about cat. There is NO LIVE CAT here 🤣🤣🤣
This museum open everyday...More
Possibly the cheesiest museum I have seen but had a great laugh with the kids.
Free entry but they charge a couple of RM to take photos and put a little sticker on your phone to evidence you are approved photographer!
All very weird but...More
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As this is the Chinese New Year holidays the museum might be closed till 31 Jan. If you are an ardent cat lover tis place may suit you. Tis one of the few 'outdated' places i have seen during my years of... More
As this is the Chinese New Year holidays the museum might be closed till 31 Jan. If you are an ardent cat lover tis place may suit you. Tis one of the few 'outdated' places i have seen during my years of travelling.Maintenance cost money and some if these places have free entry.