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We went there in June and it’s our first time to see a lot of the mining apparatus and pictures from the golden mining era. We paid for a guide and were fortunate to have me Jacky Chan guide us (I remember his name as...More
This museum has many illustrations and mannequins to help in portraying the tin mining history but in the same time, it is compact with details. You can walk around the museum too see the tin miner lifestyle and technology of tin mining. Learned the methods...More
If you are having short trip around Kampar, this is a place that you should certainly pay a visit. It is an informative place with attentive staffs. Remember also to visit the Souvenir Center to have a taste of their coffee too.
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An informative museum on the history of tin mining and the early chinese migrants. The museum exhibits information on Kinta Valley tin mining history, tin mining activities and mining methods. There is an outdoor display of heavy equipment, vehicles and sculphures of women and men...More
We were given a warm welcomed by the security(indian uncle) at then entrance. My young teenagers friends were so happy to see all the big machines outside the museum. The aircond inside the museum is so cool, that's very nice, another plus point. Would definitely...More
First of all , it is free of charge. *There is a pond with beautiful fish and the machine used(1st &last photos).In the indoor , first you can see an elephant which find the tin mine . The modal of tin mining areas also available...More