Sungai Lembing Museum
The Sungai Lembing Museum was built as a repository to treasures related to the tin ore mining industry in Pahang. It is located at one of the world’s oldest and largest tin ore mining site. The site is managed by the Pahang Museum Department.
The museum’s exhibits include tin ore equipment and the attire worn by former mine workers. In addition, the architecture of the museum along with its furniture and interior decoration was inspired by the colonial or early colonial period. The building also has tunnels or underground mines but they are not open to ordinary visitors due to security reasons.
Image by: Department of Museums Malaysia
Daily : 9.00 a.m – 5.00 p.m
without MyKad : RM 5.00
with MyKad : RM 2.00
Child & Student
without MyKad : RM 2.00
with MyKad : Free
Senior Citizen & Disabled : RM 1.00
Infant (below 2 years old) : free
Hear From Others
There’s so much to learn about the place, that is why you should consider adding this to your itinenrary especially if you love history.
I am glad that the local authority made a wise decision in making such museum a reality. I have visited the museum and had a glimpse of the display and happy that it does brought back memories of my past.
Sungai Lembing Museum is one great looking museum. Being a fan of architecture, I thought this building is very interesting as it has the British verticular colonial architecture features.
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Kolong Pahat Hanging Bridge
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Charas / Panching Cave
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