Though the original house was destroyed during WWII, a replica has been constructed and turned into a museum filled with relics from the author's life.
Literary fans will love matching passages from her novels to rooms in the mansion, but others might find the museum a bore.
The souvenir shop sells paperback copies of Keith's books for a whopping 69 ringgit. To get here it's a 15-minute uphill walk from the city centre or taxis charge 10 ringgit. Since you're up here anyway, pair it with lunch at the charming English Tea House.
Last updated on 17th February, 2013.