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Visited Muzium Kota Kayang recently with my family, indeed all the information and items displayed are very educational but it was not properly taken care of by the state government (i guess) , as there was no one around to greet visitors , the air-conditioning...More
I am very satisfied with my visit. The scenery is very beautiful.
The museum is surrounded by mountains, natural rocks and rivers. It was so calm, quiet and spacious too.
Eventhough it has three museum, the entrance fee is free!
The museum is well maintained...More
Very informative and well maintained. It provides an overview of Perlis history. The collection of dagars are quite interesting. The ache grave stones shows the Islamic influence on the early history of the State. Realy worth a visit. Entry is free
It was a remembrance or historical collection/ data of how this small State of Perlis start.
We were there after 5pm (visiting hours till 5pm) but was able to walk around admiring the collections of what was found in the early days.
Good tour for...More
A silent museum. Not many visitors when I went there in March. There are six galleries where one can learn the history of Perlis; the smallest state in Malaysia. The place is clean but not well promoted, I think!
We arrived 1 hour before closing and managed to cover the 5 galleries within the time period. Also did a quick walkabout at the tomb stone. We did not walk at the recreational garden located at the back of the fort, although we discovered much...More
We were taking the car ferry to langkawi which was delayed by four hours and so we visited here for something to do. Museum is well presented and has some history about the area. Gardens are pleasant. It was completely deserted on the day we...More