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Jalan Taman Budaya, Kuching, Sarawak

An imposing palace on the north bank across the river from the Waterfront, the Astana was built in 1870 by Charles Brooke (the second "White Rajah" of Sarawak) as a bridal gift to his wife, Margaret. Today, it is the official residence of the Governor of Sarawak, and therefore not open to visitors.

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Jalan Santubong, Kuching, Sarawak
Phone: +6082 846 088
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Established in April 1996, the Damai Golf and Country Club in Sarawak boasts the true elegance of an international standard 18-hole golf course. It is the first in Malaysia designed by the legendary Arnold Palmer, offering a majestic atmosphere with a breathtaking ocean view and lush mountain landscape.

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Jalan Tun Abdul Rahman, Petra Jaya, Kuching, Sarawak

The new Sarawak State Mosque is situated in Petra Jaya, north from the city centre. Also known as Masjid Jamek, it was opened in 1990 adjacent the state library.

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Jalan Merbuk 10/1, Kota Damansara, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Phone: 03-55447000

Kota Damansara Community Forest Park (KDCFP) is a secondary forest located in the western outskirt of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It was part of a defunct Sungai Buloh Forest Reserve gazetted in 1898 which contained 3,900 acres (16 km2) of protected primary forest. This made it as the oldest forest reserve in Peninsular Malaysia. The forest reserve was degazetted a number of times and subsequent development brought down the size of the reserve to a 857-acre (3.5 km2).

The trademark of KDCFP is an artificial lake. The lake was created in early 2000s due to the building of a road that blocked a small stream that flows through the park. This has introduced aquatic flora and fauna attributable to slow-flowing water body to the area.

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Matang Wildlife Centre, Kuching, Sarawak
Phone: +6082 845 033

Matang Wildlife Centre, part of Kubah National Park, houses endangered wildlife in large enclosed areas of rainforest or spacious cages. The main attraction is the orang utan adoption programme, where young orang utans, who were either orphaned or rescued from captivity, are taught how to survive in the wild. As well as orang utans, the centre includes spacious enclosures housing sambar deer, crocodiles, sun bears, civets and bear cats, and three large aviaries featuring hornbills, eagles, kites, storks and a host of other birds native to Sarawak.

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Jalan Duta, Kuala Lumpur
Phone: 03-6209 0600
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National Archives of Malaysia is an agency under the Ministry of Information, Communication and Culture. National Archives of Malaysia was established on December 1, 1957 as the Public Records Office. In 1966, the National Archives Act No. 44 was passed by the Parliament of Malaysia. In that same year, the building of the National Archives of Malaysia in Petaling Jaya, Selangor was officially opened. In 1982, the new building of the National Archives of Malaysia has moved in Jalan Duta, Kuala Lumpur.

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