Point of Interest

Muzium Muzik (Music Museum)

Malaysia / Asia

The Muzium Muzik or Music Museum was built as a branch of the Chartered Bank and was later the National History Museum before opening as the Music Museum in 2015.  It displays a variety of musical instruments showcasing the music of the Malays, Chinese, Indians and the indigenous communities of Sarawak and Sabah.  There are musical ensembles and a replica of the rebana ubi, a huge ceremonial drum used at the opening of the 1998 Commonwealth Games.  Malaysia’s most popular singer, P. Ramlee (1929-73) is celebrated here.

Some have speculated that the museum has closed, please let us know if it is still up and running, Thank you.

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