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Went there with my family members, was told by security guards the renovation is expected to be completed by November 2017. There is a temporary showroom few minutes of drive away, with only minimal display things available, mainly info and replica of Perak Man.
A lot of archeology information, but less artifact, more like a information center than a museum. No recent progress on archeology site. Unless you purposely came here, this museum locate out of tourist spot, only visited by people pass by to Betong or Kota Bahru...More
It is a small museum, full of information of history. A place that must be visited especially students. Many have neglected this part of the country. more publicity and public events should be held to increase the traffic of people to visit this museum.
You will only stop by this place if you're on you way to/from Belum National Park or the border party town of Betong or both.
I doubt any tourist will come to this place just of what it is. Which is a shame.
Unlike my visit to most UNESCO inscribed sites, we did not step onto the site itself but to a museum housing the archaeological discoveries. There were a total of 4 sites which were inscribed into the list, with the museum occupying one of those. The...More
We stopped at the Lenggong Archaeological Museum on our way back to KL from the Belum National Park. Its somewhere we have wanted to visit for a long time, but it was just too far out of the way from KL, so this was an...More
The Perak Man, the Bronze materials found during the excavation, the axe aged 1.83 million years, and the ashes from Toba Volcano, all these changed significantly many things about our understanding regarding the Sundaland, the out of Africa migration, the border of Bronze Age and...More
Visited Lenggong Valley this afternoon which is a UNESCO world heritage site with my better half. Lenggong Valley is the place where Perak Man, which is the oldest human skeleton in Malaysia was found. We took about 40 minutes to explore the entire museum but...More
A must visit as it is a recognized by UNESCO. Good for every stage of age. Entering at first makes me feel the "boring" type of museum, however as soon as I enter the upper level, I got emotional as I can see the archaeologist...More