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

Sungai Buloh Settlement 1930



Sungai Buloh Settlement 1930 The Sungai Buloh leprosarium was a self-contained and self-subsisting community. The resident had their own places of worship and recreation, and their own homes. There were bachelor quarters and homes for married couples and some of the resident even sold merchandise from their own shops. By the 1930s, the settlement had already become a place that provided long-term care for leprosy patients. In 1938, there were more than 2000 patients.