The museum is located near the Klebang Beach. It features a submarine named FS Ouessant Agosta 7. The submarine is used for training purposes by the RMN crew.
This vessel was originally belonged to the French Navy before it was purchased by the Malaysian government. It was officially given to the Malacca state government on March 4, 2012 to be a museum.
The Visitors are given access to explore the inside of the submarine. As is usually shown in the movie, the submarine part is fairly narrow. It can only accommodate 25 people at a time. If you have ever wanted to be a submarine crew member, don’t miss the opportunity to visit.
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Daily: 9.00 a.m – 5.30 p.m
Adult: RM 5.00
Children: RM 2.00
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it is cramped. However, it was quite interesting to walk through the submarine from front to back and curiously tap away at the old computers (with a low-key fear of setting off nuclear disaster despite it being decommissioned).
A submarine museum? Yes, there is one in Malaysia, and for those keen on naval interests it’s an educational place worthwhile visiting.
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