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The Muzium Orang Ali, a quaint museum situated on Orang Asli territory, that showcases the culture of the different indigenous peoples from Peninsular Malaysia.
The Muzium Orang Ali, a quaint museum situated on Orang Asli territory, that showcases the culture of the different indigenous peoples from Peninsular Malaysia. It displays over 3,000 artifacts that tell the history, practices, customs and lifestyle of the many indigenous tribes who occupied Malaysia before the advent of urban society. It is 25 km north of Kuala Lumpur, but definitely worth the journey, especially for those interested in indigenous cultures.
+60 3-6189 2122
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