Maziah Palace

Maziah Palace, Kuala Terengganu

Maziah Palace
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李智优
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia49,975 contributions
Istana Maziah
Dec 2016 • Solo
Old palace located beside main road. The palace is closed and not open for public visit. Tourists are only allowed to observe and take photo from outside
Written 12 December 2016
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Anik_Rahman
Dhaka City, Bangladesh1,101 contributions
The Royal Palace of Terengganu's Sultan
Jul 2015 • Solo
Maziah Palace or locally known as Istana Maziah is a nice looking palace near the Shahbandar Jetty at Kuala Terengganu Town. It is just next to the fruit market and the Bukit Puteri. Unfortuantely the palace was closed on the day I visited. So I had to keep my eyes satisfied from looking at it from out of the royal gate. It has a lovely view from the Puteri hill.
Written 30 July 2015
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Nur Muhamad
Sungai Petani, Malaysia816 contributions
Sultan Terengganu Palace
May 2015
This is the official resident of Sultan Terengganu. You cannot enter inside here, but you can taking picture outside this castle, and garden outside this castle.
Written 8 June 2015
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medihaaziz
New York City, NY165 contributions
So So
May 2014 • Couples
If you have nothing to do in Kuala Terengganu then go here for a little walk. I didn't see anything special and it is closed so you can only see it from the outside.
Written 30 May 2014
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yangrizal
Marang, Malaysia173 contributions
The Historic Palace For Future Generation
Nov 2012 • Family
This palace is yet another main attraction of Kuala Terengganu. Unlike other traditional palaces, the design of this palace has a hint of French architecture. Overlooking the vibrant Kuala Terengganu waterfront, the palace was constructed during the reign of Sultan Zainal Abidin III in 1897. Originally called Istana Hijau (the Green Palace), what sets this palace unique is the use of a mixture of limestone and clay, strengthened with coarse salt, egg white and honey as its main building ingredients. This palace was definitely unique in its time, however was partly destroyed by a fire during World War II. The present palace is reconstructed during the post war era.

Today, Istana Maziah is the venue for royal celebrations, royal receptions of local and foreign dignitaries, royal weddings and conferment of titles. Medan Maziah was originally a part of the Istana Maziah’s compound. A sizeable had been turned into a beautiful landscaped garden. There is a gigantic replica of betel leaves canister or tepak sireh which symbolizes the half-forgotten betel leaves eating era of the yesteryears.
Written 15 September 2013
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yangrizal
Marang, Malaysia173 contributions
A beautiful and historical palace
Apr 2013 • Family
I like the architecture of this palace. It is very beautiful. Tourist always take their photo at this palace. It is the official palace of the Sultan of Terengganu. It is located at the foot of Bukit Puteri in Kuala Terengganu, Terengganu, Malaysia. The palace is the official venue for important functions such as royal birthdays, weddings, conferment of titles and receptions for local and foreign dignitaries.
Written 8 April 2013
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