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Sungai Lembing Mines is about 45 minutes drive from Kuantan town. It is located in Sungai Lembing which is a small old town outside Kuantan. It's an old mining town that has a lot of interesting stories ( if you ask the right person). Very...More
This is the kind of place the should be compulsory for kids (ans some adults) to visit. It is so rich in history, and so educational. I still can't believe how people could possibly work in such conditions.
This was the site of one of the biggest and most productive mines in Malaysia. The underground mines are deep and long. A small portion of the mine is open to visitors. There are useful information boards along the mine tunnels and when it’s not...More
The Sungai Lembing Tin Mine is located in the centre of Sungai Lembing town and was recently reopened to the public as a tourist attraction to show Malaysia's rich mining heritage. This tin mine was originally started in 1888 and owned by the British. Originally...More
The rights to the tin mines were handed back by the British to the locals only recently in year 2000. During that time, even the local police were not allowed to enter into the area. There is an old miner who is still alive and...More
When people think about museum, we might think a place where we couldn't touch or play with the display. This place change that perspective.
I love the existence of interactive medium. In a medium size area, we could experience riding a train that was used...More
It is 2 separate locations
1) Museum at bottom of hill.
Very affordable. Msian Adult RM2 and Kids (12 and below) is free.
2) Actual Mines is 1km driving (up hill)
Need to drive to this location. Nice short train ride into the inside of...More
We went on a weekday afternoon.
It was so quiet that we thought it wasn’t open.
The guide brought us in and gave us a tour of the mines with his limited English.
My kids age 9, 7 and 3 all enjoyed the unusual experience...More
On a MAASDAM Cruise to the port of Kuantan - booked in advance for a taxi to take us up to the Sungai Lembing Mine. Could not have been happier with the service. Booked via "messenger" with the Teksi Taxi Kuantan - and had the...More
lhm17, tks for yr ans. after yr ans, i actually went to the mines with wheelchair. it is possible to go on wheelchair throughout the whole length of the mines. just that the wheelchair has to be carried onto the short train... More
lhm17, tks for yr ans. after yr ans, i actually went to the mines with wheelchair. it is possible to go on wheelchair throughout the whole length of the mines. just that the wheelchair has to be carried onto the short train ride into the tunnel. also it is very bumpy~ which was ok for me, but just a note as some may not like or get headache.i had family members to help carry the chair and push me throughout