Featuring displays of traditional Malay culture, village life, historic art and craft. To be called a technology is questionable, as it is really a cultural museum. The displays are realistic to depict early village life. No admission charge.
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The name of the museum is a little misleading, its nothing to do with IT, more the innovative ways early inhabitants use their environment to build hoses, gather food, make jewelry etc etc
An interesting museum it gives an insight into the way of life in Brunei and the traditions of the country
Well maintained museum with models of houses, demonstrating culture, trade and day today living. Good for everyone visiting Brunei to understand the developments and changes in culture
This museum will let you see some of the history of Brunei and the way of living. If I am correct it was donated by the Shell company.
Should be called the Heritage Museum! Situated on the Kota Batu road. Not very busy. Sometimes have a traveling art display in the main entrance. Good displays of the early water village settlement and progression of house development. A bit of history of Brunei revealed....More
The Malay Technology Museum (Malay: Muzium Teknologi Melayu) is a museum located at Kota Batu, Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei-Muara District, Brunei. It is situated next to the Brunei Museum. The building was donated by the Royal Dutch/Shell Group of companies, in conjunction with the Sultanate's...More
Brunei is a very small country. So small and laid back that you feel like nothing can be done here. But being a country, of course there are still places that are worth a visit. Being a cheapskate self, I really love places which are...More