Malaysia National Museum is located in the western suburb of Kuala Lumpur, east of the south entrance of Lake Park. The museum is a two-storey "Minangapou" style classical Malay architecture. The shape is magnificent. Two giant murals depicting Malaysian culture and history are embedded on both sides of the magnificent entrance. The murals are 35.1 meters long and 6 meters high. They are delicate and vivid. Left wall paintings depict the overall situation of Malaysian crafts manufacturing, while right wall paintings depict important historical scenes from the Hindu and Buddhist era in North Malaysia in the 12th century to the independence of Malaysia in 1957. Enter the museum, with a hall in the middle and four exhibition rooms on both sides, exhibiting historical and economic materials of Malaysia, customs and customs of Malay, tropical plants and animal models held locally, etc. Among the exhibits are Chinese porcelain unearthed in Johorama in the 16th century and Ming porcelain specially made for Muslims in the 15th century. There are also information about Malaysian shadow play and other countries'shadow play. Among the exhibits in Malacca, there are copies of documents describing the visit of Zheng He, a navigator of the Ming Dynasty, to Malacca.