Tun Abdul Razak Memorial is one of the residences of the Prime Minister of Malaysia and his family since the 1970s. There are all kinds of memorable things for the prime minister: his medals, members of the golf club, and the furniture and decoration of the room are also at that time. The house itself reflects the typical popular style of 1970s decoration. Close to the lake garden, bird park, and butterfly park. There is no charge for admission. Just fill in your name and country at the entrance to visit. You have to take off your shoes before entering. It contains personal belongings, furniture, antiques, etc. of the family of the former prime minister of Malaysia. There are not many people and the environment is clean.
After shopping around the monument, I visited the former residence. Although it was separated by a red barrier, it was actually a close encounter. The former residence is very clean and feels very comfortable. At the same time, it is very simple and not so luxurious.
Tun Abdul Razak Memorial located at Sri Aman. The memorial stands to honour the second Prime Minister of Malaysia, as he's also late father to 6th Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak.
A memorial venue has two exhibition halls, one is about the political achievements of Malaysia's second prime minister Razak. The other is his residence, which shows how this man and his family live comfortably, giving the impression that he is a fairly simple person who likes to read in a quiet environment.
During MCO this times also closed.😔 Anyway, it is a very nice memorial house of our 2nd Prime Minister, Tun Abdul Razak.
The memorial of Tun Abdul Razak is a formal housing building in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, which is originally known as the Sri Park Building, which has been created a museum to remind and officially By Dato' Seri Dr. Mahathir bin Mohamad (His name at that time) on May 6 © Abdul Razak has been in the building since 1962 so he breathed the last breath of January 1976.
During MCO this times also closed.😔 Anyway, it is a very nice memorial house of our 2nd Prime Minister, Tun Abdul Razak. We drop by a month before Ramadan 2021. Maybe next time.