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This is a very well curated and well maintained museum on, generally, the history of Selangor, through narrating the history of it's royal family. Although the protagonist of the gallery is his late royal highness Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah, all his predecessors and the...More
My wife and I took our two girls there. Entrance was free but even if they charged an entrance fee it is worth a visit.
It houses lots of historic artifices which are all described both in Bahasa Malaysia and English.
The building itself is...More
A free walk-in museum, people who drive car also park free there. just two storeys high but what catches my eyes is the building structure itself. As a Malaysian, culture mixed is very common but it is rare when it comes to old colonial building...More
Despite being located in a busy area notorious for lack of parking, the actual museum has sufficient parking. This place is never crowded. It is free and reasonably comfortable. This is well-curated with some beautiful exhibits.
This gallery display all history & item related to Selangor former royal, Sultan Abdul Aziz. The way of presentation is very systematic & well organised. Good for child to learn our state history & royal
Visited Sultan Abdul Aziz Royal Gallery years after its opening to public. What to expect from this place:
- The museum is an old colonial building built in 1909 which was left behind by the former British empire. Still well maintained and stands...More
I have passed this gallery building many many times over the last 10 years since I have been posted to the Klang area, but never realized what this place actually was. Located at Jalan Stesen near the popular Klang railway station (With it's classic railway...More
First time visited the Galeri Diraja Sultan Abdul Aziz with my friends especially a friend from Northern Peninsula ie Pulau Pinang.
Besides the exhibits, there are lots of interesting stories of our Selangor's Sultans which you have to explore by yourselves.
It worth a visit...More
This museum was opened in 2007 and housed in an impressive colonial building dating back to 1909. Designed by AB Hubback, it was originally a colonial government office, later a Japanese military headquarters during WW11. The museum traces the history of the Selangor Sultanate. It...More