Heritage museum sheds light on influential kapitans

Museum director Chin Soon Kead (left) explaining to Lee the origins of Seng Meng Lee’s sword during a tour of the museum. Seng was the first Kapitan of Sungei Ujong.

SEREMBAN now has a new attraction following the opening of Negeri Sembilan Chinese Heritage Museum, which boasts stories of the people’s arrival to the state two centuries ago.

It also tells the story of the Chinese’s involvement in tin mining and rubber industries as well as their famous and powerful kapitan.

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