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Save My Heritage Initiative (#SMHI) is a platform created by Badan Warisan Malaysia to extend our message of heritage appreciation and conservation and to promote the significance and value the tangible and intangible cultural heritage of Malaysia.

Working with cultural practitioners, heritage professionals and educators, #SMHI will introduce a varied programme with opportunities for people of all ages from school children, students, academics, professionals and the general public to participate in, and enhance their understanding and knowledge of our heritage. Activities will include talks and lectures, walks and visits to heritage places, training workshops, seminars and events for a wide audience to better understand and be involved in caring for their heritage.

Badan Warisan Malaysia has been championing our nation’s built and cultural heritage since 1982. Our role has been that of a civic trust, building preservation advocate, heritage consultancy and charitable institution with the mission to Educate, Engage and Empower our fellow Malaysians.

To complement and amplify our objectives we will soon launch a new website called SAVEMYHERITAGE.ORG which is an informative and interactive platform where the public can identify heritage assets under threat and generate support for them.

The series of talks and live presentations around the theme Save My Heritage will kick off on 30 July 2016 with Restoring Fort Alice by Ar. Mike Boon. 


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Hello there! Our second discovery walk –  THIS KUL CITY: DISCOVER BRICKFIELDS kicked-off with even more excitement! We had more than 200 people joining the walk and participating in the various activities we had from taking selfies with the swami to folding a lotus flower.

We are in the midst of compiling all the awesome stuff that went down on Saturday, 13 June 2015- photos, videos, feedback and info. In the meantime, check out the walking map we used to explore Brickfields. Just click the link below to download a copy of the map and explore Brickfields on your own. Let us know your thoughts on the walk in the comments below or through our Facebook page at

This Kul City Bricfields 1

This Kul City Brickfields 2

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