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KEDAH'S MEMORABLE PLACE TO KNOW ABOUT THE PROCESS OF PADDY

PADDY MUSEUM

Welcome to Paddy Museum

The Paddy Museum is a museum in Alor Setar, Kota Setar, Kedah, Malaysia. The museum was constructed on a land belonged to the Malaysian Agricultural Development Authority at a cost of MYR24.7 million. It was inaugurated and opened on 12 October 2004 by Kedah Sultan Abdul Halim.

The museum explains the rice cultivation process, displays different varieties of rice, showcases equipment and tools used in rice cultivation through the ages and in various countries. The Paddy Museum is big, with an area of 12,000 square meters spread over three floors. The architecture of the building is designed to symbolize bushels of harvested rice stalks. Rice motifs decorate the external facade and are used on railings in the interior.

Paddy Museum is one of the place that cannot be miss out to know the history and the process for paddy. So that we will appreciate every single rice and will not waste it.