The Stamp Museum in Malacca has a lot of fun stamp designs. The stamps here are very unique, including many foreign stamps, stamps can also be seen here, and many old stamps are also very valuable.
The stamp museum can buy stamps for sending postcards, but it’s not worth visiting this museum. Non-stamp collectors will see it for nothing. Of course, you can see more colonial history and stamp patterns by looking at this museum. Changes are all about history.
There are many museums in Malacca. The Stamp Museum is one of them. It is actually a small attraction. It is free to visit. Many of them are very precious with tickets. This is a private museum!
The Malacca Stamp Museum is a museum converted from an old colonial house. Not only are all the stamps issued by Malaysia since the founding of the nation in 1957, but also some old British stamps from the colonial era. In addition, the museum has a philatelic shop and post office attached.
The museums are a lot of chaos in Malacca, you can enter the museums just by buying tickets, there is history of the whole Malacca and Malaysian culture etc, which helps to get a long view, it is well worth a visit, the tickets are not particularly expensive, Come or buy a ticket to go in and visit it.
The Malacca Stamp Museum is interesting to learn about the history of stamps and the designs of every state in Malaysia. For example, the first stamp in 1948, called Malacca, was to celebrate the silver wedding of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, with three RMB tickets.