Malay Heritage Centre
Once the palace of Malaysian royalty
What we say:
Of course the Malaysian royalty have long left Singapore's shores (though some probably own luxurious residences in Singapore) and the city-state hasn't had a Sultan since the 1800s.
The building was converted to a centre for preserving traditional Malaysian culture and was officially opened in June 2005.
The centre is currently closed for renovations and, if all going according to schedule, a planned reopening will take place in June 2012.
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