The Sabah Museum was built in 1985 and is located on the site of the government residence during the British rule. The museum complex includes the main building, science and education center, cultural village, Sabah Gallery and Muslim Museum of Civilization. There are some trains and cars on display as soon as they come in. It is very helpful to understand the culture of Sabah. It is divided into political culture, geographical culture, and some display of folk customs. Fifteen horse-dollar tickets for foreign tourists. Local 2 yuan. Free WiFi is available in the museum! The main building is in the shape of Longus Long House. The roof extends outward like a Sumatsu dancer with outstretched arms. If you want to know more about Sabah's rich history, society and natural history, this is the perfect place.