This museum provides visitors a better understanding of the dynamic activities and operations of the police force. Located in ... More
Royal Malaysian Police Museum
This museum provides visitors a better understanding of the dynamic activities and operations of the police force. Located in what was formerly the Police Senior Officers' mess, the building is a diverse collection of artifacts, which numbers some 7,595 items. These exhibits cover various aspects of crime and crime prevention, ranging from secret societies to guns confiscated from Communist Terrorists, as well as photographs of the police force. It also holds the history and activities of the force dating back to the Malacca Sultanate in 1511.
Marvellous atmosphere - very welcoming staff - comprehensive overview of policing right through the peninsula. Fascinating collection of artefacts,photos, vehicles uniforms and weapons...right down to the most mundane items, which are, in themselves, of interest.
One drawback - it was pretty hard to locate - needs one or two more signposts. Not even the guy in the Islamic museum in front of it knew how to find it!
This unique centre houses an extensive collection of Malaysian art and artifacts with special focus on the old Malay work,
including antique fabrics, metalwork, jewelery, wood, fibre, paper, photos, porcelain, pottery, glass and crystal, along with contemporary art. Visitors ...
Originally built as a commercial bank in 1910, the building was chosen to become a museum due to its convenient
location and its surroundings. The Moorish features and Islamic motifs of this tri level building blend well with the ...
Established in 1985, the Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia is an attractive blend of modern architecture and traditional Islamic design. This
gleaming white structure stands imposingly just next to the National Mosque and behind the Malayan Railway administration building. Housed ...