Monthly Archives: July 2012

The Road to Old Terengganu

The Road to Old Terengganu Anis Ramli takes a road-trip on one of a earliest-built highways in Malaysia to learn a old-world attract of Terengganu… The low seas off Terengganu might be abounding in oil and gas reserves, creation a easterly seashore state among a region’s leaders in a oil, gas and petrochemical industry, though… Read More »

Museum: Al-Quran Museum

Opened to the public on 10 January 2008 in conjuction with Ma’al Hijrah 1429, Melaka Al-Quran Museum was built to showcase Melaka as an Islamic country and the coming of Islam to the Malay world. This museum also functions as a resource centre in relation to Al-Quran and Islamic education. Article source:

Museum: Submarine Museum

The RM12.5 million submarine museum showcasing the French-made SMD Ouessant Agosta 70 class submarine, deemed a waste of money by some quarters, is expected to attract about 500,000 tourists and visitors to Malaysia’s “historical state” by the end of the year. Article source:

Museum: Transportation Museum

As an adjunct to the development of the motor industry, the Chief Minister of Melaka, YAB Datuk Seri Mohd Ali Rustam, initiated the “Car Emporium” concept which was officially declared open on 2 January 2010. Close on Monday and Tuesday.     Adult – RM10.00 Children below the age of 12/Student – RM5.00 Perbadanan Muzium… Read More »