Sultan Abu Bakar Museum
Muzium Sultan Abu Bakar
Established21 October 1976
LocationPekan, Pahang, Malaysia
Coordinates3°29′36.7″N 103°23′25.3″E / 3.493528°N 103.390361°E / 3.493528; 103.390361

The Sultan Abu Bakar Museum (Malay: Muzium Sultan Abu Bakar) is a museum in Pekan, Pahang, Malaysia. It showcases the native people relics found in the country.


The museum building was constructed in the 1920s during British Malaya. Since then, the building has been used for the official residence for British government, army barracks and official palace of Sultan Abu Bakar. The building was then converted to a museum after four years of renovation. It was finally opened by Sultan Ahmad Shah on 21 October 1976.[1]


The museum exhibits collection of ancient Chinese glassware and ceramics, as well as artifacts related to the history of Pahang and Pahang Sultanate.[1][2]

See also


  1. ^ a b "Sultan Abu Bakar Museum". Pahang Tourism. Retrieved 6 May 2022.
  2. ^ "Muzium Sultan Abu Bakar" [Sultan Abu Bakar Museum]. Pejabat Daerah dan Tanah Pekan (in Malay). Retrieved 6 May 2022.