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Cat Museum

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Cat Museum

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Kuching City Hall, Kuching Malaysia
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Savvy visitors to busy Kuching love escaping the city for at least a day to explore Sarawak’s stunning natural attractions. This 6-hour tour takes travelers to several beautiful locations to see Malaysian wildlife like orangutans and dolphins up close. The perfect tour for animal lovers looking for a memorable addition to their Kuching holiday.
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HTH wrote a review Mar 2020
Kuching, Malaysia147 contributions19 helpful votes
The" Cat City" Kuching ,most of the Sarawakian know about it. This museum is located at North City Hall, Kuching. I myself prefer to visit the place due to good looking green environment. Furthermore,you can gain plenty of art, stamp,or even real cat photos here. Disneyland film "The Aristocats" tell people that we must caring for home and wild animals as well.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Trail736987 wrote a review Jan 2020
Bolton, United Kingdom24 contributions2 helpful votes
very intersting and sometimes cheesey there are the cat beatles for example but worth a look very different
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Meow wrote a review Jan 2020
San Jose, California14 contributions20 helpful votes
Kuching means “cat”, so it makes sense to have cats as a city mascot. It is not free but is pretty close at 3 rm (0.75 USD) for adults and you can take all the photos you want. It has all sorts of cat items from stuffed Sarawak cats to artwork, figurines, toys and related things like Friskies cat food packages. It is located in a government building at the top of a hill with a view and occupies a good portion of the first floor. There is a parking garage underneath. After visiting some overpriced tourist trap museums in other Malaysian cities, this museum was refreshing
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Peter L wrote a review Dec 2019
Horncastle, United Kingdom28 contributions19 helpful votes
If your here in Kuching and love cats then this is the place to go. We had 2 hours there but it still wasn’t long enough.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Poleinahole wrote a review Nov 2019
Switzerland1,773 contributions1,467 helpful votes
The museum is quirky but that’s about all it has going for it. Everything in here is cat kitsch with little substantive information. Unless you are cat mad or have time to kill, you can skip this place.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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