Unless you really love cats, I don't think it's worth the trip out of town. Bus takes about 15 minutes (1.50 rm) and drops you off at the bottom of a long winding hill you must walk up to visit. Musuem is free bit has a camera fee. And then it just has tons of cat statues, pictures, paintings, taxidermy,... 更多
The world's first cat museum is a bit out of town. The exhibits are beautifully displayed and generally amusing. There's also two lovely aquarium tanks well worth your gaze. Free entry,nominal fee for cameras.
Take the K15 bus from the central bus station near the City mosque. A short 15 min trip: 1.50MR - driver will tell you where to alight. Then a walk up a steep landscaped hill - good views of the city.
This is the most fantastically eclectic, bizarre museum I have ever visited (and there's a good backlist). If you go to Kuching, you must visit this museum. Kuching also supposedly means cat and so there's a wide range of cat souvenirs, fountains and roundabouts to visit. Key among these is the municipal cat museum, a fantastic panoply of anything vaguely... 更多
My companion got bored - I could have stayed a few hours more than the 30-45 minutes it was. Lots of kitty-kitsch of course, but some real information about the animals,some history and a section on people who liked cats
This is possibly the only cat museum in the world and should be a must for lovers of all things feline! There are interesting displays showing the history between cats and humans, as well as a plethora of cat memorabilia. The displays were a little dated, but it's free to go in (you pay a small fee to take photos)... 更多