Sabak Bernam District Museum

Sabak Bernam Museum, Jalan Pasar, 45200 Sabak Bernam, Selangor


603-3216 5586 / 3216 1225

Bernam slate is one of the most important districts in the state. It has an area of ​​242.560 acres. Bordering the state of Perak to the north, where a separatist Bernam River. Hulu Selangor district bordering to the east, Kuala Selangor is located in the south, while in the southwestern part was facing the Straits of Malacca. Generally Sabak Bernam district has three main important city and become the focal population in the district. The city is Sekinchan, Big River and the town of Sabak Bernam own. District community is made up of different races and largely consists of the Malays. From time to present this district is famed as a center of agriculture and animal farming.

Sabak Bernam District Museum is located in the town of Sabak Bernam Market Street, adjacent to the building and facing County Library District Sabak Bernam mosque with an area of ​​approximately 1135 square feet. Generally, this Sabak Bernam District Museum and heritage themed historical information relating to agriculture and fisheries in the district of Sabak Bernam Selangor in particular and in general. It is as one of the government’s efforts in promoting the influx of tourists in the state and make it one of the superior central source of reference to the present generation and the next.


Chronology of various agricultural activities carried out by Sabak Bernam District residents especially displayed. Among them include the cultivation of upland rice and paddy fields, palm trees, palm trees, bananas, coffee, rubber and cocoa. Through the available exhibition space, visitors can also see a diverse collection of traditional agriculture that was once used by people at the time like goat nails, sickles, rubber machinery, rice fan, wooden mortar and others.


Besides agriculture, the fisheries sector is also part of an important component of economic strengthening Selangor. Therefore, Sabak Bernam District Museum also showcases the history and chronology of early fishing shows and traditional fisheries collections used by early people in the state. Among those on display for viewing equipment including nets, stakes, lulung, fish trap, nets, traps, tangguk, cut people and so on.

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