Rahmat International Wildlife Museum
Rahmat International Wildlife Museum & Gallery is a fascinating tourism site in the city of Medan, North Sumatra. This museum and gallery stores various marvelous collection consists of a variety of wild animals preserved that derived from hunting in various places around the world.
Around 2000 more animals, large and small, are arranged with very artistic and elegant in accordance with their habitat in the air-filled spaces at this International Wildlife Museum & Gallery. This museum is settled in a building on Jl. S. Parman 309, Medan, North Sumatra. Rahmat International Wildlife Museum & Gallery, said to be the first wildlife gallery in Southeast Asia, is the property of Rahmat Shah, a businessman and a professional hunter. Rahmat is the first Indonesian to receive awards and international recognition as The Big Five Grand Slam Awards and World Hunting Awards.
The admission fee is 25.000 per person, plus 10,000 for the night safari, if you want, you can add 20,000 if you want to take photograph. There is an interesting collection entitled The African Big Five, or five large animals from Africa, consisting of Bull, Elephant, Cheetah, White Rhino and Lion. The collection of African Big Five into one impressive display at this museum.
Moreover, the various types of animals cats, whether small or large, is available in a collection Cats of the World. Tiger, Leopard, Cheetah, Lion and the like are beasts that already become endanger animals from all over the world.
Most of the animals that kept at Rahmat International Wildlife Museum & Gallery is collected by the owner from his hunting authorized, using the world standard concept conservation by utilization. The standards for the prevention of extinction and to increase wildlife populations in their native habitat. Rahmat International Wildlife Museum & Gallery features a library of species and habitats of various countries, Gift Shop souvenir, Hunters Cafe with Audio Visual on poaching conservation, Studio Photo by professional photographers, and Multi Function Room on the 3rd floor with a collection of the legendary maestro of the world.