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Lenggong – a UNESCO Site. This is her story.

This is a beautifully-narrated composition that puts in a nutshell the reasons why Lenggong is inscribed as a #UNESCOWorldHeritage site, unlike any others. Discover the 4 #OUVs – #Outstanding Universal Values  – which will leave you in awe at how rare the findings are within this little valley and the significance it has contributed to the world’s #archaeological and medical science studies. This is a very educational presentation where many have dubbed Lenggong as #Malaysia’sStoneAgeCapital. Published 7 February 2021.

Note: This republication is with a written consent of the department of Natural Heritage, Ministry of Culture, Arts and Tourism Malaysia (JWN.UKK.100-6/1/7 (10) dated 16 December 2022). All information in this video is correct at the time of publication.

Lenggong Archaeological Museum (Galeri Arkeologi Lembah Lenggong)

Among the interesting collections on display are:

  • Paleolithic stone tools in Bukit Jawa, Kg.Temelong, Bukit Bunuh and Lawin.
  • Bifurcation tools and unifasins found at Gua Teluk Kelawar, Gua Ngaum, Gua Gunung Runtuh and other sites in Lenggong Valley.
  • The 10,000 – 11,000 year old Perak Man skeleton is found in the cave of the ruins.
  • Equipment used for archaeological research.
  • Collection of orang asli goods and their link to pre-historical human life.
  • Drawing in caves and studies of archaeological sites in Lenggong.
  • Neolithic findings of Gua Harimau such as pottery items, stone tool, personal jewellery, moulds and bronze axes.

Jabatan Muzium dan Antikuiti, Kota Tampan, 33400 Lenggong, Perak. Open daily 9:00 am – 5:00 pm, Fridays 9:00 am – 12:00 pm, 3:00 – 5:00 pm  |  T: +605-767 9700
GPS Coordinates:  N 05°03’20.7” E 100°57’45.1”
(The museum is currently closed for renovations.)