Islamic Heritage Museum is a place that explains and describes the Sarawakian Muslims throughout the ages. Set in a building that used to be a school, Islamic Heritage Museum has tonnes of exhibit to show to the public.
The building itself has a raised floor with two inner courtyards. The materials that were used in the construction of this building are concrete, timber and bricks.
This museum is best described as divided to seven sectors that are called galleries. These seven galleries have their own theme of exhibits. Some of them are Islamic Architecture, History of Islam in Sarawak, Weaponry and Science, Technology, Economic, Education and Literature.
Similar to mist museums in Sarawak, there is no entry fee to be charged at the door. Visitors can get here just by waking from the Kuching Waterfront, as the walk would only take about 15 minutes. It is behind Sarawak Museumís Tun Abdul Razak Hall.
Jalan P.Ramlee, 93400, Kuching, Sarawak