Istana Setul

Muzium Negara Gallery B Photo

This wall and the door belonged to the Palace of Setul during the rule of Ku Din (Baharuddin) bin Ku Meh. It was kept by Haji Wan Chah Ia In from Ban Temalang, Satun, Thailand.

Photo B03 - Dinding Pintu Istana Setul or The Wall and Door of The Palace of Setul
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Muzium Negara - Malay Kingdom

The Malay Kingdom or Kerajaan-Kerajaan Melayu

Dinding Istana Setul

The wall is made of teak and carved with leaves and flowers, and symbols of the Malay State of Setul with mixed Javanese and Malay motifs.

The Sultanate of Kedah governed the State of Setul from 1843 until 1909 when it was ceded to the Kingdom of Thailand in accordance with the Treaty of Bangkok.

The door is more than 120 years old.

Istana Setul

 

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