Located next to Taman Jaya, the PJ museum showcases the historical development of Petaling Jaya housed in three sections: the origin of Petaling Jaya, administration of Petaling Jaya and the expansion of Petaling Jaya. It is a relatively a small scale museum that worth a drop-by if you are in Taman Jaya.
What to Expect?
The establishment of the Petaling Jaya Museum is intended to store, preserve, display and disseminate information as well as a source of reference to present and future generations. The museum houses various forms of identity and pride especially for the residents of Petaling Jaya.
The museum showcases the historical development of Petaling Jaya housed in three sections, which are the origin of Petaling Jaya, administration of Petaling Jaya and the expansion of Petaling Jaya.
The museum opens everyday except Fridays and public holidays from 9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m. free of charge.
Beauty of Life with Jo3 months ago
It is a neat little museum located inside Taman Jaya. I never knew it existed until now. Very well organized and plenty of info about Petaling Jaya. And, I learnt that PJ got its name from the Petaling Tree!!! Now where do I find this tree? ?
Khairina Adnan3 months ago
It's a great experience. Even though it's lil bit small for a museum but the historical values are priceless. The history of Petaling Jaya where most people don't know were written here and can be read by generations.
noor shazwani3 months ago
Have a gallery A until gallery D need to visit. Nice place to visit and relax. Kids are entertained with play ground and adults can relax at the same time see the great museum offerings. Recommended for those who want to know about history of petaling jaya town. Entrance is free guys!! Nice place to visit with family, they also provide kids facilities, playground. Very recommended. Please come here.
Zachary Rose3 months ago
Museum Petaling Jaya presents a fascinating journey through local history and culture. The exhibits are informative. Free entrance.
eric leroy4 months ago
It's a fabulous little museum for anyone interested in the local history, here KL, Klang, and Petaling Jaya, as well as Malaysia as a whole. And against all expectations there's a rich section dedicated to Sarawak. Entrance free. February 2023.
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