Night at a Malay
headman’s house

Tailored to your desires

The Rumah Penghulu Abu Seman is one of the oldest surviving traditional Malay house. Built in stages between 1910 and early 1930s, it was owned by the local headman of Mukim Bagan Samak in Bandar Baharu, Kedah. Originally situated in the small village of Kampung Sungai Kechil, it was relocated to central Kuala Lumpur and restored (1996-1997).

Today, it stands as one of the finest remaining examples of Malay vernacular architecture. The Rumah (‘house’ in Malay language) is surrounded by a traditional herb & heritage garden with over 50 species of trees and plants of environmental, cultural and historic interest.

Asian Trails Malaysia is providing an experience of a night at the headman house at a sit-down dinner for up to 180 pax.

MEETINGS AND INCENTIVES DETAILS

COUNTRY
DESTINATION
DURATION

2 – 3 hours, dinner only

NUMBER OF DELEGATES
DRESS CODE

Guests are kindly asked to wear elegant attire and proper footwear, while gentlemen are requested to wear long trousers and closed shoes.

EVENT LOCATION

Central Kuala Lumpur

MORE INFORMATION

For the best experience, inquiries for groups exceeding 150 delegates may have to be split up in two separate groups. It is not recommended due to the nature of the experience.

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