This section tells about the history of Tanjung Balau, the ceremonies and customs of the traditional fishing community, as well as the story of the fishing world. The next room houses Boat Making Equipment, Fishing Equipment and Traditional Fishing Equipment.
In the next room of this main building there is an exhibition corner on the type of fish and other marine life such as shrimp, crabs, and sea snails. There are also various dioramas of traditional fisherman life found in Peninsular Malaysia and Sabah as well as Sarawak.
In 2014 – 2015, KEJORA has upgraded the interior decoration space with a total cost of RM 700,000.00 to attract more visitors to the museum. In the diorama corner of the fishing village, there is an exhibition of traditional games of the fishing community such as tops, congkak, batu seremban, and sepak raga. Apart from that there are also fishing clothes and diving clothes. In this room, visitors can also enjoy the atmosphere inside the fisherman’s house because in this part there is a model of a fisherman’s house that contains equipment and decorations in the old fisherman’s house.