Mangga Tunggal Palace
The Mangga Tunggal Palace was originally inhabited the father of the late Pahang Queen who at that time was also the first Chief Minister of Pahang. The name of Mangga Tunggal is taken from the mango tree planted at the palace area that only produces only one fruit each season.
The construction of the palace was built in 1920 completed in 1934. It was constructed by a skilled Malay craftsman called Awang Mat Ali. This one-story palace which made of wood and the stone pillars still stand till today and is located near the Abu Bakar Palace.
The Mangga Tungga Palace used to be the residence of His Highness Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah before the Sultan moved to his new residence at the Abu Bakar Palace in 1974. This palace is where His Highness was born in 1930. This palace is also where the current Sultan Pahang whom is Sultan Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah was born and raised.
Image by : Warisan Melayu Pahang
The inside of the Palace
It is not open to public.
The Palace’s Surrouding area
Daily: 7.00 a.m – 7.00 pm
Entry to the palace is prohibited. However, people are free to take pictures from the outside.
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The Mangga Tunggal Palace holds a lot of past history. One of them is, here is where Tengku Ahmad Shah was delivered by his mother, Tengku Fatimah on 24th October 1930.
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