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SINCE George Town received Unesco World Heritage Site (WHS) status in 2008, over RM46.3mil has been allocated to restoration work in four major heritage projects.
Restoration work on Yogyakarta#8217;s world-famous Buddhist/Hindu temples #8211; Borobudur and Prambanan #8211; was theoretically completed in 1990, just in time for the 1991 Visit Indonesia Year. In fact, much remains to be done on the two spectacular monuments, and it is work that may take decades to finish because of Indonesia#8217;s ongoing economic crisis, experts say.
PENANG's World Heritage Site status may be put at risk because of non-compliant restoration work by owners of heritage homes.
GEORGE TOWN: Restoration work on the 19th century St George's Church is expected to be completed in November, according to Deputy Heritage Commissioner Prof Dr A. Ghafar Ahmad.
PETALING JAYA: The Government has spent a total of RM246.5mil on restoration efforts in Cameron Highlands from 2014 to 2017 under a programme dubbed Op Gading, says Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.
GEORGE TOWN: The Church of the Assumption in Farquhar Street, Penang, is raising RM2mil to fund its project that will see the church restored to its original condition in 1928.
Trustees: Don't be hoodwinked Goddess of Mercy Temple yet to start collecting funds for restoration project
GEORGE TOWN: Unscrupulous people are cashing in on the restoration work of the 211-year-old Goddess of Mercy Temple in Jalan Mesjid Kapitan Keling by collecting and pocketing the money from the public.