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Love MY Heritage

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To celebrate Malaysia’s 63rd birthday, we nominate  @weilinggallery @zahimalbakri @sjal @bane.lim @a.afzalazhari & @jplistens to take up the challenge to highlight and preserve Malaysian heritage and culture, through sharing a special photograph and a story of memory growing up in this country! We no longer limit entries to photographs taken before the 1980s, so pictures taken at any time are welcomed!

Submit your photo via our online platform HERE. We may feature or share it on our social media.

To participate, repost this photo and nominate 5 of your friends to take up the challenge using the above caption and tag us at @heritagemalaysia #lovemyheritage.

Let the challenge begin!

Click HERE for more information on Badan Warisan Malaysia’s Love My Heritage campaign.

If you have any enquiries, please email lovemyheritage@badanwarisan.org.my.

Notice: Re-opening of Rumah Penghulu Abu Seman

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We are pleased to announce that Rumah Penghulu Abu Seman will reopen on Tuesday, 1st September 2020.

Guided tours will be available from Tuesdays to Thursdays  at 11am and 3pm, with a minimum donation of RM10 per person. 

We are also open for group visits and group tours on other days, with an advanced booking required (Subjected to availability, date & time)

Read more about our available tour programmes at https://bit.ly/2YyB2Nj and get in touch with us via email at info@badanwarisan.org.my.

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Welcome 2020!

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As we usher in the New Year with great celebrations and expectations, we take this moment to express our heartfelt gratitude to you. Thank you for your tremendous support throughout the 36 years establishment of Badan Warisan Malaysia, we look forward to building and strengthening our relationship in the New Year, as we have in the past so many years. We wish you a beautiful holiday season and a joyous New Year.

We will be closed on Monday, 30th December 2019 – Wednesday, 1st January 2020

We will be back in full swing on Thursday, 2nd January 2020.

Happy Holidays!

Senses in Space: The Power of Memories in the Built Environment by Afzal Azhari

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Lensa 6 _ En Afzal Azhari

Admission for lectures: RM30 (RM20 for Badan Warisan members)
A packed lunch will be provided
Limited to 35 participants.
To register, email us at lensa@badanwarisan.org.my

Negeri Sembilan – Pentadbiran dan Adat Kini

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Adat Perpatih was brought to the Malay Peninsula by the Minang society from Sumatera who retained their customs when they migrated in the 14th century.  This traditional custom which is passed down orally covers a whole range of aspects of social life including the appointment of Yamtuan and Undang, punishment for breach of custom, marriage and regulations governing marriage, inheritance and other matters. In Peninsular Malaysia, the Adat Perpatih is practised only in Negeri Sembilan, Naning in Malacca and by descendants of the Minangkabau people in Kampung Lukut, Kota Tinggi, Johor. Nevertheless, the Adat Perpatih which is practised here today has adapted with the practice and custom of the indigenous people, who are the original inhabitant of the state, who practice local customs.

En. Mohd Khairil in his talk will discuss the Perpatih Adat administration system in Negeri Sembilan and its place in today’s administration.

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A native of Negeri Sembilan, En. Mohd Khairil Hisham Mohd Ashaari is a Curator at the Tuanku Ja’afar Royal Gallery, in Negeri Sembilan and a freelance translator. He is a graduate of Universiti Putra Malaysia in Agriculture Science and has a deep interest in Malaysian history. His research covers the customs, culture and heritage of Negeri Sembilan,the Negeri Sembilan Royal Institution, and history of the Bugis in Negeri Sembilan. Amongst his writings are Polemik Sejarah Negeri Sembilan -Tiada Kesudahan, Bugis di Linggi, Negeri Sembilan (Jurnal KALAM) and Hubungan Bugis dan Minangkabau (Jurnal KALAM). 

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Adat Perpatih telah dibawa ke Semenanjung Tanah Melayu oleh masyarakat Minang dari Sumatera yang telah mengekalkan adat resam mereka apabila berhijrah pada kurun ke-14. Adat tradisi yang diturunkan secara lisan ini, merangkumi secara menyeluruh pelbagai aspek kehidupan masyarakat termasuk pelantikan Yamtuan dan Undang, hukuman perlanggaran adat, peraturan nikah dan kahwin, pewarisan dan sebagainya. Di Semenanjung Malaysia, Adat Perpatih hanya diamalkan di Negeri Sembilan, Naning di Melaka dan penduduk berketurunan Minangkabau di Kampung Lukut, di Kota Tinggi, Johor. Walau bagaimanapun, Adat  Perpatih yang dipraktikkan hari telah mengalami penyesuaian dengan amalan dan adat Orang Asli yang merupakan penduduk asal negeri, yang mengamalkan adat tempatan.

En. Mohd Khairil akan membincangkan tentang sistem pentadbiran Adat Perpatih di Negeri Sembilan dan kedudukannya dalam pentadbiran masa kini.

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Seorang anak jati Negeri Sembilan, En. Mohd Khairil Hisham Mohd Ashaari merupakan Kurator di Galeri Diraja Tuanku Ja’afar, Negeri Sembilan dan penterjemah bebas. Beliau adalah graduan dari Universiti Putra Malaysia, dalam bidang Agriculture Science, dan mempunyai minat  yang mendalam dalam sejarah Malaysia. Kajian beliau meliputi adat, budaya dan warisan Negeri Sembilan, institusi Diraja Negeri Sembilan, dan sejarah Bugis di Negeri Sembilan. Antara penulisan beliau adalah Polemik Sejarah Negeri Sembilan -Tiada Kesudahan, Bugis di Linggi, Negeri Sembilan (Jurnal KALAM)  dan Hubungan Bugis dan Minangkabau (Jurnal KALAM).

Members’ Trip to Seri Menanti and Paroi, Negeri Sembilan

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Badan Warisan Malaysia
Members’ Trip to Seri Menanti and Paroi, Negeri Sembilan
Saturday 9 March 2019

Meet/Registration at Istana Lama Seri Menanti, 9.15 a.m.

Seri Menanti, the royal capital of the state of Negeri Sembilan, was established in 1773 as a loose confederation of luak (districts), by immigrants coming over from Sumatra (mainly Minangkabau). Of the original 9 districts (Sungei Ujong, Rembau, Jelebu, Jelai, Naning, Klang, Segamat and Ulu Pahang), hence its name, Negeri Sembilan, only the former five districts remain as part of the State today.

This visit is limited to a maximum of 40 pax, and will include a guided tour of the restoration of the Istana Lama as well as a talk and visit to some traditional houses in the area. After lunch, we will proceed to see the former Salinger House which has been relocated to a private estate near Seremban.

Registration fee for the trip is RM60/pax for members and RM85/pax for non-members. The fee is inclusive of lunch and some light refreshments.

The detailed programme will be provided to those who register for the trip.

Download registration form HERE and submit it to membership@badanwarisan.org.my