The Sabah Museum was built in 1985 and is located on the site of the government residence during the British rule. The museum complex includes the main building, science and education center, cultural village, Sabah Gallery and Muslim Museum of Civilization. There are some trains and cars on display as soon as they come in. It is very helpful to understand the culture of Sabah. It is divided into political culture, geographical culture, and some display of folk customs. Fifteen horse-dollar tickets for foreign tourists. Local 2 yuan. Free WiFi is available in the museum! The main building is in the shape of Longus Long House. The roof extends outward like a Sumatsu dancer with outstretched arms. If you want to know more about Sabah's rich history, society and natural history, this is the perfect place.
You have to buy tickets to enter the indoor Museum here. There are other outdoor tours that do not require tickets. There are nostalgic train supplies and old TV shooting supplies. Indoor is to see Malaysian culture. Ticket horse money 15 children do not need money
Tickets here vary from person to person. For our tourists, no matter adults or children, they are 15 cents per person. When we entered the door, we saw a huge skeleton of whale. It was 15 meters long. It was very complete. Just looking at the big jaw was terrible. We all said that four people could rub mahjong together in its stomach. It is said that this is the treasure of the town hall of the Sabah Museum. The Museum has air-conditioning, wifi, self-help search and learning computers. It's comfortable to walk slowly. It's not allowed to take pictures. It can only take a few pictures. Here we introduce Sabah's history, folklore, culture, animals and plants and so on. It's worth visiting, but we English-blind can only guess the meaning by looking at pictures. Outside the museum, there are dozens of old cars on display. They look like old cars. That Rolls-Royce has a lot of momentum!
Better take a taxi. It's not far, but it still takes half an hour to walk and build on the hillside. There are many old cars and locomotives on the outskirts. There are also World War II cannons at the door. Photography is prohibited in museums. The Islamic Museum under the mountains can be visited free of charge by the sects.
The Sabah Museum is built on the hills. Its geomantic omen should be quite good and its shape is quite strange (with the Pig Liver New Town Museum). From ancient stone chiseling to hunting weapons, all kinds of birds, animals, fish and insects, from food and clothing farm tools to silk and bamboo ritual music, international trade imported porcelain to the British colonial World War II was occupied by the Japanese army to independence and liberation... Fifteen horse coins indoors can kill half a day.
About 15 minutes from the city center, you can go by bus No. 13 at the station, 1 Ma Yuan, or taxi start fee. Foreign visitors can get 15 Ma Yuan tickets. There are several museums in the museum. There are no indoor museums to take photos. Some cultural relics can be displayed, history can be introduced. Outdoor cultural villages are the buildings formerly inhabited by indigenous minorities. It is worth seeing. There is also a small botanical museum. Museum of Education and Culture, Museum of Science, although there are a lot of small things.
On a broken hill, there are some trains and cars on display as soon as they come in. It is very helpful to understand the culture of Sabah. It is divided into political culture, geographical culture, and some display of folk customs. Fifteen horse-dollar tickets for foreign tourists. Local 2 yuan. The museum offers free wifi.