The National Museum of Malaysia, popularly referred to as Muzium Negara, is located near the Southern tip of Lake Garden, past the National Art Gallery in Kuala Lumpur. It presents a combination of ethnology and natural history, and unveils the culture and history of Malaysia. The display at Muzium Negara is an amalgamation of crafts, weapons, currency, tradition and culture. The three-story museum comprises of four exhibition galleries, each of which has a different theme. The two murals are renowned for their aesthetic appeal. The design of the National Museum of Malaysia is marked by carvings and aesthetics of traditional Malay Palace.
The Islamic Art Museum of Malaysia has an extensive collection of ancient Islamic artefacts and books from the Middle East, the birthplace of Islam. Located at the brink of Lake Gardens, this museum is the largest of its kind in Southeast Asia. Spanning 30,000 square meters, the Islamic Arts Museum is adorned with Islamic patterns and houses more than 7000 artefacts. The gallery is divided into 12 themes and has displays reflecting the theme
For a completely unique experience, visit this Art museum of Langkawi.The Langkawi Art in Paradise 3D Museum is a great tourist attraction. When you click a picture of any of the 200 plus artworks here, they will appear in the 3D format, on your devices. The works range from optical illusions and landscapes to safaris and castles. It is an experience you will never forget.
Step into the world of cameras at Georgetown's Camera Museum. It includes cameras and photographic accessories, on display. This is an ideal place to visit for photographers and camera enthusiasts.This is actually the first Camera Museum of South East Asia and includes unique cameras through the ages, information on the history of these devices and of course, wall displays.
The Pinang Peranakan Mansion, also known as the Babas and Nonyas, is a two storey treasure trove of historical antiques and artefacts, making it one of the most unique museums of Malaysia. The mansion is a unique and carefully preserved place where one can see just how the old Chinese houses were decorated.