Malaysia's historical artefacts and cultural icons are housed in
an appropriately designed building, reflecting the Minangkabau
architectural style of the region. Ethnographic and archaeological
exhibits include life-size dioramas depicting various aspects of
traditional Malaysian life. Shadow play (Wayang kilt) displays
reflect the ancient artistry of the nation, while exhibits of
traditional weapons such as daggers (kris) and machetes (parangs)
reveal the Malaysian pride in functional aesthetic forms.
Address: Jalan Damansara Website: www.muziumnegara.gov.my Telephone: +60 (0)3 2282 6 Transportation: Bangsar LRT station or bus to Jalan Travers Opening Time: Daily 9am-6pm. Admission: MYR 5 adults; MYR 2 children 6-12
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