Tell Me About
This museum is near to the Islamic Arts Museum. So drop by for a quick look before you leave the area.
Even kids will love the weapons gallery. Half of the weapons were confiscated and many were from the Communist and the Malayan Emergency period.
Among the weapons shown are Malay keris, Portugese pistols and Gurkha knives.
You will also see a glimpse of the dark side. From information about the secret societies, right to secret documents belonging to the communists after the World War.
Ticket Price / Entrance Fee
Closed on Mondays.
Otherwise, opened daily from 10 a.m to 6 p.m
How to Get to the Royal Malaysian Police Museum
The best way to get to the Royal Malaysian Police Museum is by taking a cab.
The nearest RapidKL LRT train Station is the Pasar Seni station, but walking from the station to this museum is difficult due to metal barriers along roads.