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“ultan Abu Bakar Museum is a museum in Pekan, Pahang, Malaysia which has a collection of items that are rich in history. Located at Jalan Sultan Ahmad, the museum showcases antiques including many ancient Chinese goods made of glass and pottery, as well as items related to natural history, archeology, ethology, and kings. Pahang history, particularly with regard to its ancient kings, is well documented in the museum. The museum building was the residence of the first British Resident in Perak, and dated 1880. Since that time, the building was used as headquarters of the Armed Forces of Japan during the Japanese occupation and later, as a Palace official al-late Sultan Abu Bakar.”
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“Historical Royal Town. Visit the Chiefs' Rest House. "This wooden structure was completed in 1926 and is featured in the 'Lonely Planet' Travel Guide as a must-visit site in Pekan." (wikipedia) Sultan Abu Bakar museum houses many important artifacts relevant to local malay history. ”
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