The Music Museum or Muzium Muzik, formerly the National History Museum, is housed in the first bank to open a branch in Kuala Lumpur. Displaying Malaysia musical instruments from different era and culture. Currently gamelan team is performing for a month at the ground floor/lobby of Malaysia Music Museum.
If one plan a self-walking tour around Kuala Lumpur (KL), Music Museum is one of the location you can/should be including aside from those I shared HERE.
Keeping in simple and light, Music Museums house local and international musical instruments aside from those dated as far as prehistoric times. Having a multi-racial with East Malaysia’s tribe heritage, Malaysia musical instrument ranges from native, classical to international instruments; covering brass, strings, wind and percussion family. Examples of musical instruments showcased here are those of Malay, Chinese and Indian instruments such as Bonang, Gambang, Kenung, Pipa, Gu Zheng, Tabla, Manjira and others. Not forgetting the aboriginal instruments, the likes of Seruling, Keranting, Gambus Selindang Labu, Engkromong, Engkuratong and etc.
Music Museum Kuala Lumpur
No. 27 Jalan Raja
Opening Hours : 09:00 to 18:00 (daily)
Tel : +60 03 2694 4590
Admission : FREE
ETW KL in conjunction with Citrawarna Media Fam Trip is in collaboration with Tourism Malaysia, and #GayaTravel as media coordinator.