Borneo Cultures Museum to accept walk-ins starting July 1

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KUCHING: The Borneo Cultures Museum will accept walk-in visitors starting July 1.

On top of that, entry is still free until further notice.

This was posted on its Facebook page, adding that guided tours with a minimum of 15 persons for non-governmental organisations, governmental bodies, schools and companies can be made at bcmHYPERLINK “mailto:bcm@sarawak.gov.my” @HYPERLINK “mailto:bcm@sarawak.gov.my” sarawakHYPERLINK “mailto:bcm@sarawak.gov.my” .HYPERLINK “mailto:bcm@sarawak.gov.my” govHYPERLINK “mailto:bcm@sarawak.gov.my” .HYPERLINK “mailto:bcm@sarawak.gov.my” my

The new museum has been a hit since it opened its doors to the public on March 9.

Being the biggest museum in Malaysia and second biggest in Southeast Asia, it is nothing short of remarkable and has impressed visitors with its themed galleries such as Arts and Crafts Gallery, Children’s Gallery, In Harmony with Nature Gallery, Time Changes Gallery and The Objects of Desire Gallery.

The museum opens from 9am to 4.45pm on weekdays, and from 9.30am to 4.30pm on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays.

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