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When we visited, there were bus loads of school kids visiting as well. We did not bother to enter the museum even though we paid cos we saw hundreds of pairs of shoes outside on the road. Sorry! Not taking off shoes to go in!...More
Great museum and information mining activities during the heyday in Sg.Lembing. the museum itself is a cultural beauty of architecture. Rich in history and can imagine those days. Love it. A place to go. Clean, refreshingly good air and cost.
Sungai Lembing located about 30km from the state capital of Pahang, Kuantan. Its a " dead end" town n a history of the early mining activities by the British in early 1900s.The mining stopped in about 1980s when the cost is too high n nothing...More
After the hike, we stopped by at this museum due to the posters around Sg Lembing town. Entrance fee is very minimal
There is a path way going uphill towards the museum after entrance, hence need help for those with walking inconvenience
If you're someone who loves to know about the history of the place, it is good to pay a visit to the museum. You'll know how the town was during their prime era. You'll get to know about the tools used for mining and also...More
A trip to Kuantan would be incomplete without making a sojourn to Sungai Lembing, a sleepy hollow where time has stood still, some 30km away. The world’s deepest tin mine was located in Sungei Lembing, once a rich town in Pahang.
Today, the town is...More
The wooden building in itself is an attraction. The museum explains the history of the the area. The display about the mining history of Sungai Lembing is well presented. There are also numerous items on display that provide a visual understanding of the mining activities.