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Let's be clear. This is not a museum.It's really an entertainment for kids providing a few laughs and a lot of photo opportunities if you're so inclined
The "museum" is set up in an old ramshackle terrace house typical of this rundown semi-commercial area of...More
We went here to kill some time on a rainy evening and had a lot of fun. We had a staff member tour us around and it was worth doing as he knew all the best poses to put us in for good photos (this...More
This attraction is not really of "Museum Standard"... but is fun/enjoyable. The staff are very helpful and knowledgeable-- especially when using their "costumes" for taking photos. There are a number of "galleries" exploring some of the folklore of "Ghosts". If its rainy, while visiting the...More
At the door, you could see that the deco is of pretty low quality given the admission fee (MYR28 per non-local), but since it was raining, and there would be a guide that talk through 30 famous ghost / urban legends, we decided to go...More
First off the name might be misleading, people thinking there are haunted items regarding the folklore tales but actually it is a room filled with ghost display to take picture, some of them look more fake than others but overall I think I quite enjoyed...More
Very disapointed, I dont think it should be label as ‘museum’. Mannequins and decos are mostly low budget.
They do have descriptions of type of ‘ghosts’ but need to improve a lot to par with the ‘museum’ label. It costs RM18 for Malaysian adult, and...More