We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
My daughter loved this place... she loves cats so was perfect for her bday! I quite enjoyed it too... was cheap (5 MR for both of us) and a 6MR grab ride from kuching esplanade. Nice view of the city too.
The entrance ticket is not expensive (RM3) but the whole museum is about putting some ‘hello kitty’, ‘Garfield’, ‘cat’s photos’, ‘cat’s statues’ etc so that you can spend about 30 minutes to walk around. We don’t mind spending some time there as we have a...More
I recently visited there with my whole family . The museum does not look big but there is full of all kind of different cats there . Being photos , dolls and many many . If you wanna to avoid a hot sun out there...More
Nothing really to shout about at this museum but the view of Kuching city from the top is breathtaking. Hence makes it worth the while to visit the museum and also enjoy the scenery.
Very reasonable entrance fee of just RM3 and about RM9 per...More
I went there with a very low expectation. But still it doesnt meet up. The place will charge you RM3/entrance. Its not that its expensive. But you really pay for nothing. The place showcast some photos of cats, cat posters, cat food. I think they...More
As we are first timer visitors to this cat city, we thus chose to visit the Cat Museum on our 1st day of visit. We were there during a Saturday afternoon, most visitors were locals and school children. We aren't cat lovers, but we still...More
Response from Shahmudin K | Reviewed this property |
As this is the Chinese New Year holidays the museum might be closed till 31 Jan. If you are an ardent cat lover tis place may suit you. Tis one of the few 'outdated' places i have seen during my years of... More
As this is the Chinese New Year holidays the museum might be closed till 31 Jan. If you are an ardent cat lover tis place may suit you. Tis one of the few 'outdated' places i have seen during my years of travelling.Maintenance cost money and some if these places have free entry.