Local kites, details of how they are made and legends connected to them are displayed.
A number of Indian kites are included in the museum’s collection.
The museum was built in 2002 to showcase local and foreign kite craftsmanship.
Local kites, such as wau merak, wau bulan and wau kapal, legends connected to them and information on how to make them are exhibited in the three-storey building.
Kite-making tools and the paraphernalia used to fly bigger-sized kites are also displayed. There is a multimedia section which offers a detailed description of the craft.
Visitors can buy kites at the souvenir shop.
The museum opens seven days a week. An entrance fee of RM2 is charged. Children under 12 are charged RM1. For details, call 07-251 3720 or fax 07-251 5260.