Our day 2 started from walk along the Melaka River and then we reached the Famosa Fort.After spending some time in Famosa Fort, we saw this wooden building. The building was really attractive and thought it was another historical attraction of Melaka. It was the Melaka Sultanate Palace Museum.
At first, I thought it was the actual palace where the sultans lived. But it is not true. it’s a replica of the Sultanate Palace .But,I wanted to say that it is done brilliantly!
The entire replica/Sultanate palace was made of wood. Windows were with colourful glasses making the palace more attractive.
As per the information board in front of the palace, this replica is built based entirely on original 15th century palace of sultanate.
We have to climb stairs to enter into this palace. At the front entrance you’ll find two warriors standing to represent how this palace was during the time it was the actual palace of sultanate.
I didn’t forget to take a photo of me with one of the guards at the entrance. Actually the entrance was with a beautiful doorway. We spent some time looking around those artistic details.
Inside the museum is like a living and active palace! Visitors are able to see the Palace atmosphere inside the halls. We could experience a day of the Malay Sultans during the Malay Sultanate era in Malacca.
Inside was a replica of the main hall. We could see life size figurines representing the reign of Sultan Mansur Shah. They look so strange and I actually had a feeling that I was in front of the sultanate. Actually, a little bit scary as I am in front of the sultanate! Yes, those look like actual! 🙂
Below is a capture of the replica about famous fighting between Hang Tuah and Hang Jebat.
There was another section that displays traditional costumes for each state in Malaysia.
Other than that, We could see figurines of traders from different countries who visited Malaysia too during that time.
Below is another replica of a palace which we could find inside the museum.