The Royal Malaysian Air Force Museum is located at KL Airbase, the oldest base in Malaysia which was handed over to the RMAF in 1960. It is on the site of the old Sungei Besi Airport which was jointly operated by the military and the Civil Aviation department. It served as the country's first international airport until Subang airport opened in 1965.
The child was looking forward to it before coming here, because it is controlled by an airplane. Although it is not a civil aviation aircraft here, it also made the child look forward to it for a long time. The airplanes on display in the museum are full of history and stories, which is worthwhile.
The Royal Malaysian Air Force Museum can see all types of aircraft close at hand and it is free. This is a dream come true place with plenty of parking spaces, but most outdoor aircraft need to travel a lot, no cafes or automatic vending machine.
The Royal Malaysian Air Force Museum is located at KL Airbase, the oldest base in Malaysia museum provides information on the history of the RMAF which was formed in 1958
An amazing Place to visit during spare time. Highly recommended place for tourist.
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I've been here. Entrance fee is FOC. No tours. You just go in and do as you like. You cant climb on those jets as there are no ladders. Some planes you can enter the cockpit. Place poorly maintained by the army. Now the museum has been relocated to Subang but however I'm not sure if it's open yet. Anyway this visit was just average