Sarawak Museum

  Sarawak Museum This Kuching landmark is the finest museum in Southeast Asia. For over a century, a succession of conscientious curators have collected and catalogued the single most extensive archive and exhibit of Bornean history, art and ethnography anywhere in the world. As the most prominent repository of Bornean culture, the Sarawak Museum is also an active pat...
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The Royal Boat House

Royal Boathouse
The Royal Boat House is a 'museum' in itself. Situated near the banks of Sg. Anak Bukit facing Stadium Darulaman, the boat house Balai Nobat, Alor Setar contains several boats that were used by the former rulers of Kedah to visit their subjects. The boats are being kept in very good condition and one can find descriptions as to their origins and usage.
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Rumah Kelahiran Mahathir

Rumah Kelahiran Mahathir
The wooden attap house was bought by Mohamad Iskandar when he wanted to marry off his children. It was built in 1900. When he bought the house, the house has only one room with no electricity. It has wooden flooring and the ceiling was made from white cloth. Mahathir was born here on 20th December 1925. He lives there until he was married and moved to his own house in Titi ...
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Muzium Negeri / State Museum

Kedah State Museum
As a state museum, it houses a large collection of Kedah's historical, culture, and royal heritages. The collection includes early Chinese porcelain, artifacts from the archaeological excavations in Lembah Bujang (Bujang Valley) and a fabulous pokok bunga emas or 'gold tree' produced as a tribute to the Thais. The museum is also a research centre on Kedah's civilization....
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Lembah Bujang

Lembah Bujang
Lembah Buiang, lying between Gunung Jerai in the north and Sungai Muda in the south, is regarded as Malaysia's richest archaeological area. The Bujang Valley Archaeological Museum in Pengkalan Bujang, Merbok houses numerous artificial stone caskets, gem stones, beads, etc. Fifty (50) candis or temples were found along Sungai Bujang and to date eight (8) of them have been...
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Balai Seni Negeri

Balai Seni Negeri, Kedah
Built in 1912, the building was first used as the High Court before becoming the headquarters of several state government departments. Its architecture has strong Roman influence, which is evident also in the Temple of Fortune Rivals. On July 25, 1983, Sultan Abdul Halim Mu'adzam Shah proclaimed it as the Balai Seni Negeri Kedah Darul Aman (Kedah Darul Aman State Art Galle...
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