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Asia camera museum is the great museum for the photography's lover..Fully Information and great explaination of the history of photography and camera in this smaller museum.You can try out some old camera also at there .This is a great experience and I will come again...More
It's located on the 2nd floor and you need to climb the stairs, no lift! Admission costs 20 Malaysia Ringgit in Jun 2018. The owner is also the tour guide could show you everything from early 20th century to the modern cameras (Digital). I like...More
Brought a visitor from US around the historic enclave. Stopped and parked my car next to Yap Kongsi.
Saw this Asia Camera Museum. Went up the stairs for a visit. RM20 is quite steep but they don’t get the same volume of visitors like Khoo...More
If you are into photography, you must visit this place. Wide collections of cameras current and yester years and very fascinating see how camera technology progressed over the years. Lady guide was very nice and very friendly!
I highly recommend you to visit this place...More
Asia camera museum was a photographer's dream come true as we get to see a wide array of cameras as well as having a friendly guide who was passionate about her work to explain to us as well as having warm and exuding hospitality in...More
The cost of visit pass is reasonable and affordable, adult RM20 and a privileged price for senior citizen and student with just RM10.
Highly recommended for vintage camera's collectors or camera lovers, all collections over 1000 cameras including well-known brands such as Olympus, Nikon, Cannon...More
Asia Camera Museum is located near a temple. The entrance fee is RM20.
We spent about 30min in this place with a short tour around the place. I was amazed by all the equipments and the lady who briefed us during our visit.
Small area but packed with interesting items. Lady who took me round was very enthusiatic about the exhibits. What really struck me was that currwntly Kodak is a company rather dismissed but in the infancy of photography Kodak seemed to be the leader in technical...More