Sitiawan Settlement Museum
Established7 September 2003
LocationSitiawan, Perak, Malaysia
Coordinates4°11′46.2″N 100°42′1.3″E / 4.196167°N 100.700361°E / 4.196167; 100.700361Coordinates: 4°11′46.2″N 100°42′1.3″E / 4.196167°N 100.700361°E / 4.196167; 100.700361

The Sitiawan Settlement Museum is a museum in Koh Village, Sitiawan, Manjung District, Perak, Malaysia.


The museum building was constructed in 1935 as the house for Pioneer Methodist Church pastors. On 7 September 2003, the house was converted into a museum.[1]


The museum is housed in a two-story building.[2]


The museum exhibits various antique artifacts from the early days of the church. It houses more than 500 items of records, photos and historical documents on the early works by the Christians coming from Fuzhou, China.[1]

See also


  1. ^ a b Amelia (27 February 2019). "Sitiawan Settlement Museum". Visit Malaysia Today. Retrieved 17 November 2021.
  2. ^ Story (29 September 2011). "The Sitiawan Settlement Museum houses vintage exhibits". The Star Online. Retrieved 11 April 2017.