Experience a nostalgic walk through the Malaysia's past at the National Archives. Formerly known as the Public Records ... More
National Archives of Malaysia
Experience a nostalgic walk through the Malaysia's past at the National Archives. Formerly known as the Public Records Office, the Archives assumed their present name in 1963, and hold a collection of over 25,000 still images portraying the social and economic life of Malaysia. These photographs were accumulated from public, statutory boards in Malaysia and private collectors. The archives contain many priceless historical exhibits.
Hope to meet all my instructor at arkib Negara Malaysia
By A Yahoo Contributor, 2/14/08
Iam very keen to remembered when i stayed in KL, especially the twin towers and also many interested places which I had visited For e.g Terengganu, Kelantan,Malacca and many more. Thanks to Mr Raj, Puan Noriah,Mr Rashid and all the staff of National Archives of Malaysia which I always remembered in my heart for kindness and support in my training.
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i like this place so much , because in fact it gives me great ideas about many good places in malaysia , such as the great and famouse places ( meusiems, palaces , and great events ), so thank you so much and to all my dear friends in malaysia ( my second country ) . thank you so much . in fact my training course in mtcp (conservation and bookbinding course)in augost and september 2006 was so useful to me and i hope to back again to take more and more training courses , all the people in the arkib negara helped me , all my thanks to them , mr. azemie , saleh , ali , ruslan , hamdan , mrs zahra , mr. aun hussin and mr. zam .
thank you so much and please help me to get back again to your lovely country to get mor training courses , help me please .
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