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It’s rare to find such a collection of antique medical equipment and a detailed description of the healthcare in rural sarawak preserved so well. And it’s free! The staff are extremely helpful and informative, providing a nice guided tour. Highly recommended for the medical staff...More
Closed on Mondays. It is a little out of the way (compared to the Sibu Heritage Centre) but worth the visit. The landscape architecture is interesting, but this tends to be something you overlook when you are travelling on foot on a 40°C day.
I like the place. Personally it's the highlight of my trip to Sibu. I find it very informative especially if you're in the medical line. The place is small. You can finish it around 30-40 minutes. It opens everyday except on Monday.
Currently there is...More
This was an old hospital, first hospital in Sibu, I guess, and was a training centre for the community nurse before it was transferred to the new hospital. You can see the pattern of nurses uniform changes from the British time until the most recent...More
I finally been to this place, I am trying to visit all the listed attraction, partly because I am local and I would like to promote my small homeland. Local people be frank won't go to this kind of museum unless they have nothing to...More
This museum is located in the only remaining building of the original Sibu Hospital. The museum is small but has a great variety of equipment and instruments used in the early days of the hospital. All item are clearly marked in English and the history...More
The hospital museum is opposite the Wisma Sanyan and beside the harbor wharves. There is a receptionist at the counter. The entrance to the museum is free and air-conditioned. After a walk around Wisma Sanyan and taking photos of the swan and statues around the...More