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  1. Marong Mahawangsa

    By James Low
    It (Marong Mahawangsa) is a history of Keddah on the Malayan Peninsula and, independently of any intrinsic value which it may possess, it is interesting to the British, since the settlement of Penang and Province Wellesley once formed an integral portion of the country of Keddah.
    MYR36.00
  2. Sejarah Melayu The Malay Annals

    By John Leyden
    From the period at which Europeans first visited these islands, their civil history may be summed up in few words; it is included in that of their commerce.
    MYR42.00
  3. The Epic of Bidasari

    By Aristide Marre , Chauncey C. Starkweather, M. Devic
    Easily the most charming poem of Malayan Literature is the Epic of Bidasari. it has all the absorbing fascination of a fairy tale.
    MYR36.00
  4. Malaysian Fables Folk Tales & Legends

    By Edwin H Gomez, Walter Skeat
    The tales contained in this little volume were taken down from the lips of the Malay peasantry in the twilight of their own tropical jungle, during the progress of the Cambridge Expedition of 1899 through the remoter States of the Malay Peninsula.
    MYR42.00
  5. Malay Sketches (Annotated Edition)

    By Sir Frank Athelstane Swettenham

    Sir Frank Athelstane Swettenham was an important figure in Southeast Asia at the turn of the century. First posted to Singapore in 1871, his prompt mastery of colloquial Malay served him well throughout his career. In 1896, he became the first Resident General of the Federated Malay States, followed by his appointment as Governor and Commander in Chief of the Straits Settlements. Drawing on twenty-five years experience in Malaya, Swettenhem presents a series of sketches of the lush landscape of Malaya, and observations of the lives, customs, beliefs and superstitions of the locals.

    MYR42.00
  6. In Court and Kampong (Annotated edition)

    By Hugh Clifford

    Nineteen fascinating tales and sketches from the time in the early 20th century when Malaysia was a protectorate of the British Empire, written by the British Resident and later Governor Hugh Clifford.

    MYR42.00
  7. Malaysian Fables, Folk Tales & Legends (Ebook)

    By Edwin H Gomez, Walter Skeat

    This is a reprint of fables from three volumes - Fables & Folk Tales from an Eastern Forest (1901) by Walter Skeat, as well as Edwin H Gomez’s Seventeen Years Among the Sea Dyaks of Borneo (1911) and Two Dyak Legends (1904). Both Skeat and Gomez were anthropologists of the British colonial period, who brought to a wider reading public home-spun stories that had enthralled many on both the Malay Peninsula and in Borneo.

     

  8. Sejarah Melayu (The Malay Annals) (Ebook)

    By John Leyden

    The Sejarah Melayu or the Malay Annals are unique in that they constitute the only available account of the history of the Malay Sultanate in the fifteenth and early sixteenth century.

  9. HRH Sultan Ismail's 1957 collection

    HRH Sultan Ismail's photographs are famous all over the world except in Malaysia, where we are stuck in protocol. (Singapore would love to grab his portfolio if they had a chance). Most buyers so far have been foreigners. (Japanese top the list.)

    HRH Sultan Ismail’s (yes, the same person the famous road in Kl is named after) collection is a gentle reminder of a gentler, kinder, happier time. An absolutely priceless piece of history.

    MYR50.00
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