This museum features artifacts, important documents, garments, handicrafts and old research equipment. It represents the Sungai Buloh Settlement's heritage and progress.

This museum features artifacts, important documents, garments, handicrafts and old research equipment. It represents the Sungai Buloh Settlement's heritage and progress.


ONLINE MUSEUM

Pulau Jerejak



Picture of Pulau Jerejak inmates under a grove of coconut trees in 1923.  SOURCE-CULION MUSEUM , PHILIPPINES. The Pulau Jerejak Settlement was established in 1871. It was one of the earliest leprosy camps in Malaysia. By the 1930s, Pulau Jerejak had become an important island for isolating leprosy patients. There wereas many as 1508 leprosy patients at its peak in 1938. In 1969, Pulau Jerejak was converted into a penal colony where hard core criminals were sent for rehabilitation. These valuable photosserve to remind us of the lives of those who had lived in Pulau Jerejak before they were relocated to Sungai Buloh.