Music Museum
Music Museum
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Titus D
Sri Lanka6,910 contributions
Feb 2017 • Friends
Music museum is the newly added one and it is free to enter. The building is of heritage type. I recommend to visit if you come to KL.
It is in the Merdeka square next to City Gallery. Music enthusiasts would be very much excited visiting here. Some of my friends of Chinese origin Malaysians were musicians and they enjoyed very much. I like music though not an enthusiast but I enjoyed myself.
The music museum is open from 9 am to 6 pm. except on state holidays.
Music instruments were displayed of different states of Malaysia and of different cultures and races . There is a separate room dedicated to late musician, P. Ramlee.
The music Museum displays some collection of history and information of musical instruments.
During the weekends there is free music performance of busking and traditional Malay Gamelan.
Written May 14, 2017
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ronin1770
Karachi, Pakistan739 contributions
Oct 2016 • Solo
It is a hidden gem. If you love history and museum - then it is a must do place. Not only local music instruments and gurus are show-cased here - but all amazing master pieces from across globe are.

I stumbled upon on it on my way back from Merdeka square. I was feeling bit flu-ish. I decided to seek little rest in an air-conditioned oasis. Entrance was free - Air-conditioning was great.

It is a small museum perhaps you need around 1 hour. But displays are interesting and educational. Best part is that the place was deserted and I took as much time I can without noise of crowds.
Written September 18, 2017
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Konstanty D
Warsaw, Poland148 contributions
Oct 2016 • Solo
The place itself is small and doesn't offer much to see. But entrance is free, it's located near the City Gallery and has air condition. So during a hot day you can enter, walk a little around and cool yourself down.
Written January 3, 2017
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Glen63
Kathmandu193 contributions
Jul 2019 • Solo
Locals tell me this museum closed about one year ago and they had no idea if it had relocated or just simply disappeared.
Written July 9, 2019
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Ben F
Canada37 contributions
Jan 2017 • Couples
While it is free, it is not worth the time. It is small and there is not much to see, even though we love music and play music instruments. Skip.
Written January 4, 2017
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LolaGo1
Washington DC, DC6,407 contributions
Dec 2016 • Solo
The music was blaring and entrance was free, so I got in. It shows typical musical instruments of Malaysia. Took some pictures and tour was finished in about 7 minutes.
Written December 15, 2016
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uthpala h
Pallekele, Sri Lanka53 contributions
Nov 2016 • Couples
The museum of music showcase the various influences of Malaysian music. small but a good collection. the video it shows in front is not impressive because the sounds are not that much clear
Written November 30, 2016
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AChee74
Kuching, Malaysia1,277 contributions
Aug 2016 • Solo
It is small, show casing all the musical instruments of the different culture of Malaysia. it is free entrance.
Written September 2, 2016
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jajavalB
Lampang, Thailand2,752 contributions
Jul 2016 • Friends
This ex-natural history museum now transforms into music museum with free admission; let check out after visiting nearby KL city gallery in Merdeka square. The one floor displays many old traditional malay music instruments, ie. Gamelan, big drum , autobiography of renown malay musicians. Take your time here, it's so good.
Written July 19, 2016
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TravelGiraffe
Geelong, Australia238 contributions
Jun 2016 • Couples
Worth a quick look as its free, small collection of Malay instruments. Could do with more interactions but its fine for half an hour
Written July 15, 2016
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