My trip was a lot of fun. I went on my own and loved the fact that i had all of the space and time i needed. They use audio, objects, statuals and paintings. It makes it verry interesting. They have a (marine)biologist spot, small...More
About Sarawak Museum
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Quite an interesting Museum and provides a good history of the people and cultures of Sarawak from past to present. Good displays and good information in English as well. Easy walk from downtown and free entry.
Like taking a step back in time, the museum is a compact 2 storey high building housing items about Sarawak long houses, animals and cultural artifacts. Feels like in the 19th century, the time where Alfred Wallace was collecting animal/insect specimes in the jungles of...More
Good opportunity to view some of the cultural aspects as well as the flora and fauna. There are plenty of examples of indigenous animals too.
Great place to visit & worthwhile to spend your time to do that. It has various arts & historical items to exhibit, including origin birth of various ethnics at Sarawak & their inhabitants including long house. Most interesting is the visit is FOC!
It is always good to visit the museum to know more about the history of the place. There is no entrance but you can do donation at the box place near the entrance. You see those old stuff used by the Sarawak people
The ground floor is currently devoted to animals, stuffed or otherwise dead. The upper floor is far more interesting, offering a good selection of artefacts and some explanations on the Iban, Orang Ulu, Orang Bidayuh and other peoples. And in particular on the longhouses. Entrance...More
Informative place to learn about the history of Sarawak and how Dayaks lived in the state. Has different sections on Ethnology studies, Cultural and history of J. Brookes, who became Rajah in Sarawak. Mockup longhouse area for exploring also available, much more detailed than Sarawak...More
Take the opportunity to visit this museum. It is the best place to really get a handle on the culture of Borneo. Very interesting presentation on headhunters along with the tribes that lived in the jungles. The museuo is a short walk from the river...More
good place to visit and see a lot of things .mostly i go there at Sunday to have a good look of local culture.bad thing is its very small and limited local history is available .