The Malaysian National Museum in Kuala Lumpur is the main museum in Malaysia. It is a two-storey classical Malay architecture in Minangapou style. The Museum has four exhibition rooms, displaying historical and economic materials of Malaysia, customs and customs of Malaysia, and unique tropical plants and animal models. Among the exhibits are Chinese porcelains unearthed in Johorama in the 16th century and Ming porcelains specially made for Islamists in the 15th century, information on Malaysian shadow plays and shadow plays from other countries, and literature reproductions of Zheng He's visit to Malacca, a navigator of the Ming Dynasty. There are also exhibits of old locomotives, old cars and antique Malay palaces in the open-air exhibition area.