Royal Malaysia Police Museum, Kuala Lumpur
(4.1/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web)
Take a historical tour of the police history of Malaysia at Royal Malaysia Police Museum, dedicated to the period of British rule. This free-entry attraction draws visitors with a variety of exhibits sure to pique the interest of all age groups. Find weapons, uniforms, bikes, and evidence from old cases, arranged in exhibits with accompanying information displays translated in English. The Malaysian police staff are happy to help you during your visit, but keep in mind that photos are not allowed within the galleries. Put Royal Malaysia Police Museum at the forefront of your travel plans using our Kuala Lumpur itinerary maker.
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TripAdvisor
  • I and my boyfriend went here for a visit on 4th of December and we both Fall inlove on the place..we dropby there at around noontime To find the place quiet and amazing ...This is a place worth a visi...  more »
  • Got lost looking for the Islamic Art Museum, walk around the Nichols garden tanks, was taken aback. Where to eat snacks in the premises and staff? The kind who wanted to eat lunch. Friendly staff and ask for the location of the Museum of fine arts. Green garden birds and feel the natural location.
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  • I was really looking forward to seeing this museum but was disappointed, there were lots of different uniforms on display, a few old guns, knives and weapons and a few modes of transport. The best thi...  more »
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  • Great place to learn about the Police force in Malaysia history. The place is not crowded. Location is near National Mosque, on the way to the Bird park and Planetarium. Will definitely go again with family members
  • Free. Worthy of a visit if you are interested in Malaysia police. Not far away from national mosque. Cross the road from the museum, there are stairs up a hill to the national planetarium,not far away.
  • Nice museum. Good to know of the police and their history. Photography is not allowed but people often take pictures inside. Nice t know of Salleh Reforms and source of discipline of the police.
  • A lovely collection of antique weapons, uniforms and equipment used by and siezed by the Royal Malaysian Police Force's illustrious history. Well worth the admission price (of free) - I left a hefty donation at the front desk because it is so well kept with many rare artifacts from Malaysian history.
  • it was an awesome experience.get to know a lot about malaysian police. but the place isn't very popular and it needs some renovations . the cops were very friendly. it was an useful trip to the royal malaysian police museum.