Seven museums in Kuala Lumpur, Selangor and Melaka will reopen on Oct 2


The National Museum (Muzium Negara) in Kuala Lumpur will reopen on Oct 2. To manage the museum's visitor flow, entry will be done by online appointment, walk-ins are not encouraged. Photo: The Star/P. Nathan

Seven museums in Kuala Lumpur, Selangor and Melaka will reopen on Oct 2 with strict standard operating procedures (SOP) adherence.

Department of Museums Malaysia (JMM) in a statement today said the museums are the National Museum (Muzium Negara), Malay World Ethnology Museum, Orang Asli Crafts Museum, Music Museum, National Textile Museum in Kuala Lumpur; National Automobile Museum in Selangor; and Malaysia Architectural Museum in Melaka.

"Visitors are only allowed to enter by registering in advance via e-janjitemu. Walk-ins are not encouraged.

"Visitors aged 17 and below are allowed to visit the museums accompanied by parents or guardians who are fully vaccinated," the statement read.

The operating hours are from 9am to 4pm daily except Mondays (first week of each month).

It said visitors with low risk status including casual contact low risk on the MySejahtera application must be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 (14 days after the second dose of vaccine). - Bernama

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