(Replica of Raja Melewar Palace)
Opened in 2004, Raja Melewar Palace is a replica of the original 300 year-old palace, bearing the same name, that once stood in the same site. This historical structure also operates as a museum known as the Rembau Museum. Learn about the royal family and the state culture from the artefacts displayed including antique agricultural tools, ceremonial items, musical instruments, weaponry and even the tepak sirih (betel set).
There is also an exhibit showcasing traditional wedding attire and accessories from the cucuk sanggul (hair pin) to dokoh (tiered pendant necklace). In addition, find the different replicated rooms, including the singgahsana or ceremonial dais. Furthermore, the Makam Raja Melewar, or Raja Melewar Tomb, is just a stone’s throw away (about 100 metres) from the museum where the royal and his wife are laid to rest.
Kampung Nerasau, 71300 Rembau, Negeri Sembilan
10.00 am - 6.00 pm (Monday-Sunday)