Shocked over bid to revoke heritage status


Matic in Jalan Ampang

PETALING JAYA: Conservation groups have expressed “surprise and concern” over a move to revoke the heritage status of the Malaysia Tourism Centre (MaTiC) and Dewan Tunku Abdul Rahman in Jalan Ampang.

Once used for the installation of the country’s first Agong as well as its first Parliament meeting, the sites have been stripped of their status in a notice published in se­ve­ral newspapers on Dec 28.

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