The museum is really small and they don't really have much to see. It is free so if you don't have anything else to do it's OK. It took us like 30 minutes to get inside and see everything.
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free entry but air cons don't work so expect it to be hot in side. some of the exhibits were in need of attention. but it still had some great stuff on show. was great to see Wallace's gun and collecting boxes.
It was free entrance and decided to give a shot as I was in the area. Found it pretty good. A lot of things to look at and also learn more about the Borneo culture. Found the Longhouse exhibits pretty darn cool as you get...More
Museum full with informative content and also counter of selling souvenirs available. Just the museum is a bit run down and need some polish in their interior. Overall, I like this place as I am interesting about seeking additional information about anything that have historical...More
I like the fact that most of the displays are more or less related to Sarawak. The longhouse exhibition is good and even comes with skulls of real people. A good museum to learn a little bit about Sarawak despite being small.
You get to know about the history of the museum and mostly about Sarawak's flora and fauna. Still got more to improve.
Not a big place this museum has one floor devoted to natural history and another devoted to the culture. The building and surround is quite pretty and became the backdrop for wedding photos when we were there. The historic collection of stuffed animals is not...More
Sarawak Museum used to be one of the best museums in Asia. Not anymore I am afraid. My revisit after my last visit some 20 years ago do find the museum in the past is much more historical and informative. Not that all the air...More
Didn't know what to expect, but was pleasantly surprised, fabulous collection of IBAN masks, great wood carvings and model long house, etc, all very interesting.