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A historic gem in the heart of the George Town world heritage site. The Sun Yat Sen Museum is a beautifully-preserved house museum in the multicultural George Town world heritage site. This historical house has a permanent exhibition on Sun Yat...more
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120 Armeniam Street, George Town, Penang Island 10200, Malaysia
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I must admit, I didn't know who Sun Yat Sen was before walking into this special museum. I had know idea he was a leader of the Chinese Revolution or that he lived in Malaysia. After visiting this Museum, I understood so much more of...More
5MR each, takes about 45mins. Secure location, doors are locked to allow visitors to leave their belongings. Friendly and welcoming proprietor speaks excellent English and Mandarin. Toilets available at the rear. Information in English and Mandarin. Places to sit.
It’s a museum in three parts;...More
Located in the heart of George Town's UNESCO designated World Heritage Area, this Museum is of substantial historical importance! It was i this very historic house that Sun Yat Sen (SYS) drew up detailed plans which resulted in China [with the help of "overseas Chinese"...More
RM5 per entry. Reasonably priced. A MUST for history lovers, especially if you're Chinese. It's a very important part of the modern Chinese history. Could've provided more interactive activities in the museum. Do not visit if you think history is boring.
Even if history isn't your thing, come visit this museum. This house was the place that stayed in while he was in Penang. The floor tiles are original, the place has been refurbished to make it more presentable but the essence of the past is...More