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This palace was the symbol of Deli Sultanate's Glory and Prosperous Era in 1898. The palace was designed by Dutch architect Theodoor Van Erp In 1887 and covers area of 2772msq with a total of 30 rooms.
If you are curious about the past lifestyle...More
We were welcomed by the friendly staff, Pak Tengku Mohar who was very informative on explaining the background of the palace and the sultans. A huge wake-up call. Makes me appreciate the heritage and legacy of Malay culture.
The Malay traditional live music was authentic,...More
It is a sad thing this highly historical building is not properly preserve as their government has no interest with the sultanate era. No funding what so ever form them. As if, they try to hide the fact that Sumatera once upon a time was...More
Medan does not have much in the way of tourist attractions. This palace, along with the Grand Mosque, and the Tjong A. Fie Mansion are about the only ones to visit. Built in 1888 by the Sultan of Deli, it supposedly features 30 rooms.
The palace is intriguing n beautiful. Well preserved and definitely something not to miss. Entrance is 10k ($0.75). The best part is to dress up as locals. There are shops tht has local clothes for men n women. Dont miss out on this. Prices range...More
Visited this Palace a fee years ago. This time took our son, DIL and our little granddaughter to this landmark of Medan. Surprisingly vendors are allowed within the Palace. Visitors are more interested in the goods and dressing in traditiinal costums for photography than the...More