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  • Heritage 

Public properties that are passed down from preceding generations become a heritage. In the environmental science stand, the evidence of the past, such as historical sites, buildings and the unspoilt natural surrounding is considered collectively as the inheritance of the present people of the world.

The Melaka Sultanate Palace is an actual replica of the Sultan's place in the ancient empire of Melaka. The replica is built with the guide of the records found in the Malay Annals. Here is the center of a the once flourished kingdom that attracted the wide attentions from the East and the West.

An icon by itself, anyone who made entrances into and exits out of Melaka, would not miss this heritage structure, for they had to commute through a lane beside this Christ Church. Built in the 18th century, Zeeland in Holland supplied the bricks.

The eaves of this temple are decorated with mythological figures and animation where their locations and status describe its magical beliefs. Three doctrinal systems; Taoism, Confucianism and Buddhism mixed well here.

Drawn by bullocks, the annual procession attracted many devotees for this oldest Hindu temple in Malaysia. Built in 1781, this temple is dedicated to Lord Vinayagar, an elephant-headed God with the body of a man and four hands.

Built in 1141 Hijrah, the mosque is shaped like a pyramid. Sultan Hussein Muhamad Shah mausoleum is within the mosque area and he was buried on the 5th of September 1835. Its tower is a combination of Chinese and Hindu arts.

A gold-domed building built in 1912 is the Malaysia icon for independence and the 1957 Chevrolet used to transport Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al-Haj on proclamation day shall remind Malaysians today and tomorrow. It is a must for every school going child to at least visit this memorial once.

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