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Travelodge Ipoh

Geology Museum

Don’t be fooled by its unremarkable exterior; inside, Ipoh’s Geology Museum is a modern museum, thoughtfully curated to present the histories and stories of the very foundation of Malaysia’s geographical make-up.


Comprising seven exhibit zones, each zone is a brilliant showcase of various historical natural objects, with in-depth information to really capture your attention and imagination. From rocks and minerals to realistic models of dinosaurs, the museum aims to educate all visitors about Malaysia’s geo-heritage. Young museum goers will appreciate educational games like snakes and ladders, and adult guests will no doubt walk away with a lot more knowledge and appreciation of Malaysia’s geology.


Located at Jalan Sultan Azlan Shah, 30820 Ipoh, this place is only 2.3km away and is a few minutes’ drive from the hotel to get there. For more information about this museum, you can visit the website: https://www.jmg.gov.my/awam/kemudahan/muzium-geologi