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Pinang Peranakan Mansion, Lebuh Gereja, Penang
Phone: 604 264 2929
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At the Pinang Peranakan Mansion, the typical home of a rich Baba of a century ago is recreated to offer a glimpse of their opulent lifestyle and of their many customs and traditions. With over 1,000 pieces of antiques and collectibles of the era on display, this Baba-Nyonya museum is also housed in one of Penang’s heritage mansion of eclectic design and architecture. Built at the end of the 19th century by one of local history’s famous personalities, the ‘Hai Kee Chan’ or Sea Remembrance Store had once served as the residence and office of Kapitan Cina Chung Keng Kwee. Though not a Baba himself, his Chinese courtyard house was much like a typical large Baba home of eclectic style, incorporating Chinese carved-wood panels and English floor tiles and Scottish ironworks. Having survived the many decades of neglect and decay, the mansion has now been restored to its former glory of a stately home.

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No. 1, Jalan Balik Pulau, George Town, Penang
Phone: 604 828 3317

Also known as the Temple of Supreme Bliss, Kek Lok Si is said to be the largest Buddhist temple in Southeast Asia, and arguably one of the most famous in Penang.

Located in Air Itam, the hills in that area (called “He San” or Crane Hill) have traditionally been regarded as geomantically significant, having all the right “feng shui” for a temple. In fact, they are extremely popular as a retreat for monks and Taoists striving for immortality.

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Taman Botani, Putrajaya
Phone: +603 8000 8000

Taman Botani is located on the Northern section of Precinct 1. It has been designed as an Arcadia or a national sanctuary for the Malaysian living collection of plant taxonomy as well as a centre for education and research.

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Bangunan Perdana Putra, Putrajaya
Phone: +603 8888 8000
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The Perdana Putra is a building in Putrajaya, Malaysia which houses the office complex of the Prime Minister of Malaysia. Located on the main hill in Putrajaya, it has become synonymous with the executive branch of the Malaysian federal government.

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Agriculture Heritage Park, Precint 16, Putrajaya
Phone: +603 8887 7772
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The Agriculture Heritage Park is located at Precinct 16 Putrajaya. The park emphasises the role and importance of Malaysia's commercial agriculture. This includes rubber tree, oil palm, coffee, tea, cocoa, fruits, herbs and spices. Visitors can sample fresh fruits and observe activities such as rubber tapping, latex collection, crop maintenance, fruits preservation and many others.

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Jalan Alamanda, Precint 1, Putrajaya
Phone: +603 8888 8882
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Located in Putrajaya, the administrative capital of Malaysia, the Alamanda Shopping Centre caters to a largely professional crowd of shoppers from both the private and government sectors.

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