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Melaka Sultanate Palace, located at the foot of St. Paul’s Hill, is a replica of the 15th-century palace of Sultan Mansur Shah. Also known as Muzium Kebudayaan or the Cultural Museum, it is now converted into a museum of Malay Sultanate's heritage and history.
The three-story Melaka Sultanate Palace Museum is divided into eight chambers with traditional costume, art, weaponry, jewellery and other artefacts on display. The museum also houses three galleries showcasing the local legends through dioramas. A major highlight is the sculpture of sultan's headdress, standing regally at the centre of the museum garden.
An epitome of 15th-century Malaysian architecture, the Melaka Sultanate Palace was constructed with traditional architectural methods and was built without the use of a single nail. The palace is supported by wooden pillars and is covered by a copper roof.
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