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Bujang Valley which is also known as the Archeology Museum Bujang Valley was officially opened by the Sultan of Kedah during the year 1980. Located in Batu Pahat Hill, this Bujang Valley Museum is one of the first archeological museums that were built under the Museum and Antiquity Department, in Malaysia. Notwithstanding being one of the most pioneer center of global and entrepot trade for Malaysia, the various artifacts found here such as pottery, beads, porcelain, stoneware, caledon, lay, fragments of glass, and Persian ceramics also proofs the historical elements that existed before and during Malaysia’s independence. To know more info on this museum, travel to Bujang Valley, Kedah now!
How to travel to Bujang Valley, Kedah?
By Road – You will need to use the PLUS – North South Highway, if you’re driving from Kuala Lumpur. Then head north for Kedah, and if you are driving from Perlis or Alor Star, head south. As you take the Sungai Petani exit, just go along the directions to Merbok. And then, you will just need to look out for the Lembah Bujang Archeology Museum.
By Train – You may take a train from any parts of Malaysia and then stop at Sungai Petani and Alor Star. For rates and time, please click on www.ktmb.com.my
Bandar Merbok, 08400 Alor Setar, Kedah
Tel: 04-457 2005
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