Traditional Royal Ceremonies Museum

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Traditional Royal Ceremonies Museum is also known as Istana Jahar. It was built around 1889 and was the main residence of Sultan Ismail, who reigned Kelantan between 1920 and 1944. It was later converted into a museum. It displays dioramas of traditional royal ceremonies for engagement, weddings, many more in the main building. There is also another building on its right, which houses various royal weapons. 

Front view of Istana Jahar. The strairways seen on the right is the entrance to the weapons gallery

Wedding ceremony area

Room for 'lenggang perut', or baby shower ceremony

Room for 'bedah mulut' ceremony, or head shaving for infants

Weapons gallery

Various types of keris

Other Malay weapons


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