The Terengganu State Museum consists several complexes and they are all work of art, featuring traditional Terengganu architecture and design.
How to get to Terengganu State Museum
It is located in Bukit Losong, easily accessed by road and only takes 15-20min from town. The Heritage Town bus departs from MBKT bus terminal in KT, brings passengers around town that includes the museum as part of its trip. Other alternative is by taxi or car.
Friday: 9am–12pm, 3pm–5pm (closed from 12pm–3pm)
Closed during Hari Raya Puasa and Hari Raya Haji Holiday
Admission Fee / Ticket Prices:
Malaysian citizen: Adult RM5; Children RM2; Students in uniform RM1.
Non-citizen: Adult RM15; Children RM10
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