A beautiful palatial-style home built by veteran Statesman Tan Sri Abang Ahmad Urai, who had served as Senate President in the Parliament during the 80s. This house features ornate Minangkabau inspired roof arches with intricate nature inspired carvings, an open courtyard and large common hall used for public festivities and religious programs. Not to missed is the unique keris-shaped ‘Tunjuk Langit’, a defining feature often found in traditional Malay architecture to reflect the spiritual belief of the people of that time.

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