Royal Malaysian Air Force Museum Kuala Lumpur displays old photographs, model aircraft, uniforms, weapons, dioramas and other air force paraphernallia.
There are about 18 phased-out aircraft that you can discover such as the Scottish Aviation Twin Pioneer, a Scottish Aviation Single Pioneer, a Hunting Piston Provost, a DeHavilland Dove, and a CAC Avon Sabre jet.
The Royal Malaysian Air Force has a short history. And, the RMAF Museum even shorter. From a one aircraft airforce in 1958 and a crew of 14 men, the RMAF has grown to a force it is today, with MiG-29s, F-18s and SU-30s.
The museum will give you a fair understanding of Malaysia’s military aviation heritage. There’s nothing like seeing, touching and feeling the history unfolding before you, so do make a visit to the Museum when you can afford the time.
Note: The Royal Malaysian Air Force Museum is in the process of relocating to a new bigger location. It is not yet open for public. More information on their Facebook Page.