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Im not sure if the time we visit is not the rice season, but honestly this museum is not available for visitors. No proper signage, the paddy field are cover by water spinach, frog laying eggs meaning the field are not well maintain for paddy.
For a culture that is too attached to rice I ecpected to see a larger exhibit, and the place is almost abandoned, I didn't see any employee. Surrounding is a rice field that is having all stages of rice, nice to view its growth, and...More
The rice museum is a little odd as it looks closed (no staff that we could see) but seems to be a self-guided free museum. The museum itself was interesting with plenty of signage to explain the different tools and the important role rice has...More
I'll start by saying that we went in the monsoon season so maybe not as many tourists. Perhaps the place not viewed at its busiest best? Then again probably not really a must see magnet for many even in the high season.
I'd say drop...More
Went for the route less travelled by and was so worth it. So much different from some of the overly touristy attractions in Langkawi. An ecotourist option and quiet but informative.
One of the farmers saw me looking around the herb garden and took me...More
Me and my parents visited the rice museum by ourselves (not part of a tour)... and we felt rather like we shouldn't be there, there was no one about anywhere, lots of cats but no people at all. It is very poorly signed, we weren't...More