The museum of Carey Island tells the history of the island that was started in 1905 by Edward Valentine John Carey. The Englishman planter acquired the island from Sultan Sir Alaeddin Sulaiman Shah of Selangor to start a rubber plantation and now the island is known as Carey Island or Pulau Carey. Tour in our museum for a walk back towards history to know more about the origins of palm oil and of the company.
Monday - Sunday 9.00am - 4.00pm
Closed on Public holiday
Due to COVID-19 situasions, please make an appointment to visit our Plantation Museum. An appointment can be make at least 5 days before with maximum pax of 5 persons per group.