How many floors are there?The stunning new museum in Kuching, Sarawak boasts five floors. Each floor is dedicated to showcasing the rich history of Borneo. The first level houses an ephemeral exhibition gallery, while the second has a children’s gallery, a Love our Rivers and Arts & Crafts sections. Levels 3, 4, and 5 cover the permanent thematic galleries In Harmony with Nature (which exhibits sights from the coasts, rainforests, and highlands of Borneo), Time Changes (which showcases cave discoveries and the making of Sarawak), and Objects of Desire (which houses relics on trade and craftsmanship, along with spiritual designs of the cultures).
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Is the museum wheelchair accessible?Yes, it is! For the disabled, the museum has taken your needs into consideration as well! Ramps and tactile maps are there to ease your mobility, making it a practical tour destination for everyone. You don’t have to be an avid historian to enjoy the Borneo Cultures Museum as it’s designed to appeal to everyone of all ages. So, step in and be mesmerised and inspired by the heritage and history of the region.Address: Lorong P. Ramlee 2 93400 Kuching, SarawakOpening hours: Mon–Fri 9AM-4.45PM | Sat & Sun 9.30AM-4.30PMIf you need more inspiration for your Sarawak adventures, check out our articles here:
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