We (parents+4kids) were immediately captured by the warm and cosy atmosphere and it felt as if we entered the Sultans residence. The sound of live music played on traditional instruments and beckoned us to enter the residence further. The displays of artifacts and Royal memorabilia is well done and up to international standards (first in Malaysia for me). We also learned more about the malaysian aboriginals which have been given a prominent display. Well worth it, our smallest kids were dancing of excitement, the elder ones were impressed!
p.s. There is some mixup in displayed dates of BC (Before Christ) AD (After Christ) and H (Hijri islamic calendar = 622 AD) in the english translated display texts.
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