Hehehe… Yesterday morning, I went to Sarawak Museum for the soft launch of its redesigned longhouse gallery.
It’s a collaboration between Sarawak Museum with Sarawak Energy, the state energy provider.
Please be reminded that general public is not allowed to take photos in the museum especially with flash as it will affect the artefacts preservation. We were allowed to take photos of this section because we’re given permission to do so.
With the support from Sarawak Energy, the longhouse gallery is more modern now. There’s a theatrette for you to learn more about the longhouse in Sarawak. There wasn’t such thing last time. Other than that, there’s also touchscreen for visitors to interact with.
Since not many people got the chance to go into a longhouse, Sarawak Museum has it, a mini one for you to experience how it’s like in a longhouse. There’s real human skulls in there! At least more than 100 years old. It’s hanging on the ceiling of the longhouse (the picture on the top right).
These are the surrounding of the museum.
Left: A fountain not far behind the museum.
Right: The back view of Sarawak Museum.
Where’s my bodyguards? Coming soon in coming posts ;p
*This post is sponsored by Sarawak Energy*