The Istana Raja Muda in Teluk Intan

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The Istana Raja Muda in the 1920's.

The Istana Raja Muda is located on Jalan Syed Abu Bakar in Teluk Intan. The istana was built in the early 1920s by Almarhum Sultan Iskandar Shah. Almarhum Raja Muda Abdul Aziz ibni Raja Muda Musa was the first Raja Muda to occupy the istana.


Sultan Idris Shah II visiting the Istana Raja Muda in the 1980's. Seen with Almarhum Tuanku, on his left was Raja Ahmed Sifuddin. At the time the photo was taken, the Raja Muda was Raja Musa ibni Almarhum Sultan Abdul Aziz. (Source: Arkib Negara Malaysia)

However, following the death of DYTM Raja Muda Ahmed Siffuddin ibni Almarhum Sultan Iskandar in 1987, the Istana Raja Muda was left unoccupied. The istana since has been in a deplorable state.


The Istana Raja Muda's roof is now dilapidated and its interior is overgrown with shrubs. (Photo: Raja Amalina)


The once well-cared grounds of the Istana are no more. (Photo: Raja Amalina)


Doors and windows are long gone from this part of the Istana. (Photo: Raja Amalina)

The Istana Tetamu in Ipoh is the current Istana Raja Muda since 1988.


2 thoughts on “The Istana Raja Muda in Teluk Intan

  1. Pingback: A young Raja Muda Musa II with a cousin, 1922 « SembangKuala BLOG

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