TERENGGANU'S PALACE THAT IS A HINT OF FRENCH ARCHITECTURE

MAZIAH PALACE

Welcome to Maziah Palace

This royal residence is yet another primary fascination of Kuala Terengganu. Not at all like other customary royal residences, the plan of this royal residence has a clue of French engineering. Neglecting the dynamic Kuala Terengganu waterfront, the royal residence was built amid the reign of Sultan Zainal Abidin III in 1897. Initially called Istana Hijau (the Green Palace), what sets this castle interesting is the utilization of a blend of limestone and earth, reinforced with coarse salt, egg white and nectar as its principle building fixings. This castle was unquestionably special in now is the right time, however was somewhat demolished by a fire amid World War II. The present royal residence is remade amid the post war period. 

Today, Istana Maziah is the scene for regal festivals, imperial gatherings of neighborhood and remote dignitaries, illustrious weddings and conferment of titles. Medan Maziah was initially a piece of the Istana Maziah's compound. A sizeable had been transformed into an excellent finished garden. There is a massive copy of betel leaves canister or tepak sireh which symbolizes the half-overlooked betel leaves eating time of the yesteryears.

Maziah Palace is one of the attraction of Terengganu that you should not miss out. Come and have a visit.

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