Thursday, September 30, 2010

DUN Kelantan

Today, the Special session of Kelantan State Assembly seating unanimously agreed to pass the amendment of Royal Allowances to the member of Kelantan Royal Family. Two enactment includes in the amendment are the Royal Family Allowances and the Queen of Kelantan Allowances.

The bill is proposed by Chief Minister of Kelantan, Datuk Nik Abd Azik Nik Mat and supported by his deputy, Datuk Ahmad Yaakob. This amendment allowed the former Sultan of Kelantan, Sultan Ismail Petra ibni Almarhum Sultan Yahya Petra and his consort, Raja Perempuan Anis to received monthly allowances after the proclamation of the new Sultan of Kelantan, Sultan Muhammad V.

Tengku Muhammad Fakhry Petra

Meanwhile, HRH Sultan of Kelantan, Sultan Muhammad V strips the titular title of ‘Tengku Temenggong’ held by his brother Tengku Muhammad Fakhry Petra starting officially today. There are also several other State Medal and Honors been stripped from Tengku Muhammad Fakhry. The announcement was made by Kelantan’s State Secretary, Datuk Mohd Aiseri Alias.

Wednesday, September 29, 2010


HRH The Sultan of Johor, Sultan Ibrahim ibni almarhum Sultan Iskandar gave his consent to proclaimed the opening ceremony of Tenaga Nasional Bhd Building at Jalan Sulaiman, Muar, Johor Darul Takzim. Among the building interesting features is its concept of ‘City in the Park’ which gives a new conducive environment to its staff so that they can improve their quality services to the costumer.

Sultan Ibrahim was accompanied by his Princes and Princess namely the Crown Prince of Johor, Tunku Ismail Idris; Tunku Abdul Rahman and Tunku Aminah.

Also present at the ceremony are the Chief Minister of Johor, Datuk Abdul Ghani Othman; Malaysian Deputy Minister of Energy, Water and Green Technology, Noriah Kasnon and Chairman of TNB, Tan Sri Leo Moggie.

Almost 4000 staff and students of Universiti Malaysia Pahang (UMP) are privileges to celebrate the Aidil Fitri celebration with the Sultan and Sultanah of Pahang. HRH Sultan Ahmad Shah and HRH Sultanah Kalsom gave their consent to take part in the celebration held at Dataran Canseleri of UMP. In the event, the Sultan of Pahang also consents to cut the ‘Pulut Kuning’ in conjunction with the Sultan 80th birthday.

There are 18 stall which operates by each faculties and department which provides delicious food and delicacy like Ketupat, Lemang, Rendang, Nasi Minyak, Laksa, Soto, Cendol, Sup Tulang and Air Batu Campur.

Also present at the ceremony are the Chief Minister of Pahang, Datuk Seri Adnan Yaakob; Malaysian Deputy Minister of Higher Learning, Datuk Saiffuddin Abdullah; State Committee Chairman of Information, Science, Technology and Information, Datuk

New Jakel Store Branch


The Sultan of Selangor, HRH Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah al-Haj gave his consents to proclaim the opening ceremony of the new branch of Jakel store at Shah Alam, Selangor. The CEO of Jakel said, the Wisma Jakel in Shah Alam is also the biggest Jakel Store in Malaysia and it will become the city new landmark. In Wisma Jakel, the costumer will experienced an offer by Jakel Group for almost 5000 design of fabric from all over the world including chiffon, satin, renda shantung, lycra, taffeta, Korean silk and Italian Silk.

Also present at the ceremony are Wife to Malaysian Deputy Prime Minister, Puan Sri Norainee Abdul Rahman and Chief Minister of Selangor, Tan Sri Abd Khalid Ibrahim.

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

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Today, I see an interesting news when I read the newspaper this morning. A person claimed to be the Sultan of Sulu, Datu Mudarasulail Kiram are searching for sponsorship to built the lost Palace of Sulu, the Palace of Darul Jambangan. The Sultanate of Sulu has been a very popular discussing topic especially if we studied the history of Sabah. The Sultanate of Sulu is also one of many Muslims Sultanate ruled the region. If we studied the history of Sabah, the leased agreement between the Sultan of Sulu and the North Borneo Chartered Company is widely known. At its peak, the Sultanate is among the region strongest Sultanate, able to repel Spanish attacks for many years.

Nevertheless, the once strong Sultanate has decline and currently become one of the provinces in the Philippines located in the Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao, ARMM. The throne currently disputed by many pretenders, either by legitimate or fake heirs. Today topic will cover the Sultanate in the eastern part of Malaysia,

"The Lost Sultanate of Sulu Darul Jambangan"
Sulu, the state of beautiful flowers.

The Lost Sultanate

Unlike any other Malay Sultanate where the throne is inherited by the oldest son of the Sultan, the Sulu Throne have similarities with the Perak Succession, where the throne is share by Two Royal Families, The Heir and The Successor (Pewaris dan Penyambung).

  1. The First Heir (Decendant of Sultan Azimuddin / Alimuddin I ibni Sultan Badaruddin I )consist of Kiram Family and Shakiraullah Family.
  2. The Second Successor. (decendant of Sultan Bantilan Muizzuddin)
    known as Maharaja Adinda family.

The existence of this two successor are depicted in the Sulu’s Flag :-

The original flag of Sulu Sultanate

The flag of Sulu Sultanate since the 17th century. The keris and spear symbolizes the two heirs of the royal family. The right most is Sulu Coat of Arms.

Sulu Royal Palace

The Official Palace of Sultan of Sulu is the famous Istana Darul Jambangan. The palace was destroyed and currently still not rebuilt.

Istana Darul Jambangan

The Pretender to the throne.

Sultan Jamalul Kiram II

The last Sultan of Sulu Darul Jambangan was Sultan Jamalul Kiram II. After the death of Sultan Jamalul Kiram II in 1936, the throne supposed be passed to the Maharaja Adinda Family. But, the Sultan Mawallil Wasit (younger brother of Sultan Jamalul Kiram II) ascends the throne instead. Sultan Mawallil Wasit died after 6 months due to poisoning. On 20th September 1937 memorandum, The Philippines Government announces that they will not recognize any heirs after Sultan Jamalul Kiram II as the Sultan of Sulu.

As for today, there is no legitimate Sultan of Sulu. And to make the matter worse, there are officially 97 individuals proclaimed themselves as the Sultan of Sulu and they are scattered all around Sulu and Sabah. Not to mention, the Sulu Datukship is also been given to many individuals especially in Malaysia.

Currently, the Pretender to the throne is held by Datu Ali Kuyung. It is agreed until all the self-proclaim Sultan of Sulu convened and proclaimed one most suitable heir as the Sultan of Sulu according to the Sulu Royal Institution, other heirs of the royal family are forbidden to used the title HRH The Sultan of Sulu. Datu Ali Kuyung also mark a new history to the Sulu Royal Family as he manage to unite the members of the royal family. And now, only time will determine the fate of the Sultanate of Sulu.

HH Datu Ali Kuyung

HH Datu Ali Kuyung (left), the head of Maharajah Adinda Family and Muedzullail Kiram (right), the head of Kiram Family during the signed of Sulu Royal Family Unity Agreement

Refference :

1) Ibnu Rusydi :

Monday, September 27, 2010

The Independence Carnival


HRH Yang di-Pertuan Agong of Malaysia, HRH Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin and the Queen of Malaysia, HRH Tuanku Nur Zahirah depart to visit the Independence Carnival alongside with other Malaysian resides in United Kingdom. His and Her Majesties gave their consent to chatting with Malaysian there and visiting the booth of Malaysian cooking and the carnival. More than 5000 guest including the local people visiting the carnival held at Tun Abd Razak Research Center, Brickendonbury.

Also present at the carnival are Malaysian Minister of Youth and sport, Datuk Ahmad Shabery Cheek; Chief Minister of Terengganu, Datuk Seri Ahmad Said and Malaysian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom, Datuk Zakaria Sulong.

Sunday, September 26, 2010


The Sultan of Pahang, HRH Sultan Ahmad Shah wants the younger generation today to be grateful and protect the Independence of the nation and protect it from her enemy. His royal highness said, the nation peace and prosperity should be maintained so it can be inherited to the next generation. His royal highness said it during the opening ceremony of Program Jejak Warisan Negeri Pahang at Universiti Malaysia Pahang (UMP). His royal highness also expressed his hope so that the program of culture and heritage can be increased in the future to enrich the younger generation knowledge in the nation’s heritage and culture.

Also present at the ceremony are the Sultanah of Pahang, Sultanah Kalsom; Chief Minister of Pahang, Datuk Seri Adnan Yaakob; Malaysian Deputy Minister of Higher Education, Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah and the Vice Chancellor of UMP, Datuk Dr. Daing Nasir Ibrahim.

Saturday, September 25, 2010

First Pay Check

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Time past by so fast. It is already almost the end of September. The festive season of Aidil Fitri has started to reside. Nevertheless, there are some of my relatives that taking these chances to held an open house or visits one another. Especially after UPSR examination has ended. For me, I received my first paycheck. And first thing first, I have to organize a family event to put up the tradition in the Radin’s Family.


The tradition of Radin’s family is, our first paycheck is about treating our family members. So, we will re-unite to celebrating the first payday. (^_^)

It is a happy day. So, show some happy faces. (^_^)

It's me, the first son

Zul, the second son and our cute nephew, syam

Mat, the third son.

That's it for now
Until next time. Bye.

Friday, September 24, 2010


Yang di-Pertuan Agong (The Supreme Ruler) of Malaysia, HRH Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin advice the Malaysian citizens at Canada to improve performance and keep the honour of the nation. His Majesty departure and visit to McGill University and Guelph University gave a clear perception about Canada’s government full commitment towards education.

Thursday, September 23, 2010

Sultan Muhammad V

Tengku Muhammad Faris

The new proclaimed Sultan of Kelantan, Tuanku Muhammad Faris Petra will be styled as HRH Sultan Muhammad V. The Chairman of Kelantan Royal Family Household, Datuk Abd Hamid Hamad said, the used of the Sultan officials styled and name started since the proclamation of the new Sultan on 13th September 2010. His majesty has given his consent about the styled and name.

In the history of Kelantan, the name has been used by several reigning Sultan of Kelantan in the past.

Long Muhammad bin Long Yunus, Sultan Muhammad I (1800 - 1835)

Long Senik bin Long Tan, Sultan Muhammad II (1836 - 1886)
also known as Sultan Muhammad Mulut Merah.

Long Kundur bin Sultan Ahmad, Sultan Muhammad III (1890 - 1891)

Long Senik, Sultan Muhammad IV (1900 - 1920)

In advance, the Kelantan Royal Palace will inform all state government office about the new official name of the Sultan.

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

The Crown Prince visits.


The Crown Prince of Pahang, HRH Tengku Abdullah Ibni Sultan Ahmad expressed his hope so that justice will prevail in the murder case of Sosilawati lawiyah murder with other 3 victims. Tengku Abdullah expressed his sadness and sympathy during his visits to the family of Kamaruddin Shamsuddin, driver to millionaire Sosilawati Lawiyah at Indera Mahkota 2. He also advised the family to always be patience and tried to accept the fate.

Before this, Sosilawati Lawiyah received Datukship from the Sultan of Pahang. Tengku Abdullah also said that the royal family has long known the Kamaruddin Family as Zainab Ahmad, mother of Kamaruddin has work in the Pahang Royal Palace before.

Yang di-Pertuan Agong (The Supreme Ruler) of Malaysia, HRH Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin visit McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) at Montreal General Hospital. His arrival was greet by MUHC Chief Executive Officer, Dr. Arthur Porter; Director, Dr. Vassilious Papadopoulos; and Director of Business Development, Dr Costas Karatzas.

HRH Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin was briefed about the project ‘Super Hospital’ by Dr. Porter and about the research center program by Dr Papadopoulos. Several MoU also been signed between UiTM, UPM, and Unisza with MUHC, MUHC Research Center and Royal Institution for the Advancement of Learning, McGill University.

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

The Sultan of Johor, HRH Sultan Ibrahim ibni Almarhum Sultan Iskandar meets with the Sultan of Kelantan, HRH Sultan Muhammad Faris Petra ibni Sultan Ismail Petra.

Sultan Ibrahim

Tengku Muhammad Faris

The visit is to strengthen the ties and relations between Johor and Kelantan. The Johorean royal entourage consists of 8 officials and state noblemen on board a private plane from Bangkok and transit at Kota Bharu before return to Johor. 300 state officials greets the arrival of the Sultan of Johor including Tengku Bendahara of Kelantan, HH Tengku Muhammad Faiz Petra and the Deputy Chief Minister of Kelantan, Dato’ Ahmad Yaakob. The royal entourage arrives at 1.10pm at Sultan Ismail Airport before depart to Kota Lama Palace for lunch.

Another interesting fact about the two Sultans, both of them was proclaimed as Sultan in the same year, 2010.

UPSR start today

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Ujian Penilaian Sekolah Rendah, UPSR (literally Primary School Examination) officially start today. My youngest brother is taking this exam today. The first paper is Bahasa Malaysia. The exam is the first big examination for any students in Malaysia. Since the beginning, I’m feeling that he does not have any determination what so ever for the exam. Even in the trial, his result was not satisfying. (Even though his teacher praised him for pass every subjects).

Why? During my time and my younger brother, we were very nervous and afraid of the exam. We can actually imagine what kind of punishment awaits us if we failed. We even get a fever after the exam. If we talk about my younger brother, fever?? He does not even nervous.

What kind of results awaits him? Well, every one of us is hoping the best for him. 5A’s. But, for him?

A is for Alonso!
B is for Button!
C is for Cosworth!
D is for De La Rosa!

Hahaha.. yes.. He is a F1 fans.


Hmm, talking about UPSR, the Malaysian Government have announce that the UPSR will be abolished in the near future..
What a waste..

Monday, September 20, 2010

The New Royal Record

The year of 2010, it is probably a ‘Making new record’ year for most members of the royal families. First of all, in the Kembara mahkota Johor, The Sultan of Johor, Sultan Ibrahim ibni almarhum Sultan Iskandar make a new record as the first Sultan in Malaysia to ever drives a train and receive a lifetime train driving license. Second, in Kelantan, The Sultan of Kelantan, Sultan Muhammad Faris Petra is the first Sultan to be proclaim when his father, the former Sultan is still alive.


The new record makes by the Sultan of Perak. HRH Sultan Azlan Shah ibni almarhum Sultan Yusuf is the first Sultan to used the ETS (Electric Train System) from Kuala Lumpur to Ipoh. The departure of the Sultan is accompanied by his consort, Raja Permaisuri Bainun, and the Mufti of Perak, Tan Sri Harussani Zakaria gets the attention from the people at Kuala Lumpur and Ipoh Train Station. They are taking this chance to see and shaking hands with the Sultan and the Queen.

Sultan Azlan only seats at ordinary seat and said that the 2 hours rides is to be very good.
(Picture from Utusan)

The Yang di-Pertuan Agong (The Supreme Ruler) of Malaysia, HRH Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin arrives at Montreal for officials duties. Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin will be at Canada for 6 days for Malaysian ‘Brain Gain’ project. The arrival of Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin at Pierre Elliot Trudeau International Airport is celebrated by Chief Minister of Terengganu, Datuk Seri Ahmad Said and Malaysian High Commissioner to Canada, Selwyn Das.

Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin is schedule to witness several MoU involving Universiti Teknologi Mara, Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin, Universiti Malaysia Terengganu and Universiti Putra Malaysia with University McGill and University Guelph.

His Royal Highness also will visits Montreal Hospital to see the project ‘Super Hospital’ that been implemented there.

Sunday, September 19, 2010

The Aidil-Fitri celebration according to Islamic Practices is only for a day. But the festive season is still around the corner. Open House among the citizens and government is a must event every year. Not to forget, the royal families. Let see how the Royalty celebrates Aidil-Fitri with their fellow citizens.

HRH Sultan of Johor


The Sultan of Johor, HRH Sultan Ibrahim ibni Almarhum Sultan Iskandar for the first time making a new history for the Southern Sultanate to be the first Sultan of Johor to celebrate Aidil-Fitri outside of the Imperial Capital, Johor Bahru. Sultan Ibrahim celebrates and perform the Aidil-Fitri Solah at Masjid Sultan Ibrahim, Muar. The Aidil-Fitri celebration is celebrated at Istana Tanjung, Muar. This is the first step for Sultan Ibrahim for the future plan of the Sultan to celebrate the Aidil-Fitri at all districts in Johor.

The Royal Family of Johor has resides at Istana Tanjung since 30th August 2010. Also include in the royal family tradition is a visits to Makam Mahmudiah, Johor Bahru and Makam Temenggung at Teluk Belanga, Singapore.

HRH Sultan of Kedah


The Sultan of Kedah meanwhile gave his consent to attend the Aidil-Fitri Open House at the residence of Menteri Besar of Kedah, Datuk Seri Azizan Abd Razak. Previously, The Sultan and Sultanah of Kedah perform the Aidil-Fitri Solah at Masjid Zahir, Alor Setar.

HRH Sultan of Perak


The Sultan of Perak, HRH Sultan Azlan Shah gave his consent to attend the Aidil-Fitri celebration. Almost 5000 guest consist of various backgrounds. Members of the royal Family and state Exco also attend the celebration which is also the celebration of Malaysia Day.

Saturday, September 18, 2010

Dato Abd Halim was admitted to Hospital


The Chaiman of Kelantan Royal Household, Dato Abdul Halim Hamad, was admitted to Pandan Specialist Hospital, Kota Bharu on 16th September 2010. In the morning, he suffered headache and tiredness when trying to go to his office at Istana Balai Besar, Kota Bharu. The Doctor has advised him to rest at the hospital for the time being. Among the factor was he was too busy recently with his duty and rarely got the time to rest. The Sultan of Kelantan, HRH Sultan Muhammad Faris Petra also has visited him at the hospital and he prayed for him to recover.

The Sultan’s emotion


The Sultan of Kelantan, HRH Sultan Muhammad Faris Petra expressed his gratitude and moved by the support showed by the citizens upon his proclamation as the new Sultan of Kelantan. HRH Sultan Muhammad Faris Petra has gives his to perform solah and shaking hands with the jemaah at Masjid Muhammadi, Kota Bharu. Also accompany him is his brother, HH Tengku Muhammad Faiz Petra and Kelantan’s Menteri Besar, Datuk Nik Abd Aziz Nik Mat.

Friday, September 17, 2010

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Flag of Malaysia

Coat of arm of malaysia

What is Independence Day and what is Malaysia Day? Independence Day is on 31st August, the day where our country received independence. Malaysian Peninsular received independence on 31st August 1957 while the Malaysian Borneo received independence on 31st August 1963. Malaysia Day on the other hand, is the date of formation and unity of our country, the Federation of Malaysia. We are formed on 16th September 1963. The Federation of Malaysia at that time consists of Malaya, Singapore, Sabah and Sarawak. Nevertheless, unlike our peace independence, Malaysia formation is not an easy task. Malaysia experienced bloody conflict with the neighbouring countries which oppose the formation of Malaysia.

After the Federation of Malaya gains independence from Britain, the other British Protectorate of Sabah, Sarawak, Brunei and Singapore still under British rule. Singapore receive a status of self-governing status in 1959 faces another threat, Communism. The Federation of Malaya have been fighting with the Communist Party for years and this can be prove to be fatal especially the ruling party in Singapore at that time, People Action Party (PAP) lost in some small by-elections in some constituency. Thus, the idea of formation of Malaysia is brought up to unite all of the British Protectorate into one united Federation. When the idea is brought up, all parties in Federation of Malaya parliament agrees.

Federation of Malaysia consist of 13 states. Brunei Darussalam rejected the idea of joining the Federation. Singapore separate from the Federation in 1965

The Southern Thailand originally belong in Tanah Melayu. The 4 southern states also included in the original plan.

The original plan is to include Sabah, Sarawak, Brunei, Malaya, Singapore and 4 Thailand Southern States of Menara (Narathiwat), Jala (Yala), Singgora (Songkhla) and Pattani. Nevertheless, the real threat finally arises. Malaya and Singapore was the only state agrees with the formation. Sabah and Sarawak originally oppose the plan. Nevertheless, after a series of explanation throughout the region, the populations finally accept the plan. Sultan of Brunei, Sultan Omar Ali Saiffuddin personally agrees with the formation, but rejected the idea after a revolt by the Bruneian who oppose the plan, including the oil taxes factor. Most of Malay Nationalism group widely support the idea of joining the 4 Thailand southern states into the Federation.

Indonesia and The Philippines started the series of opposition to the formation. The Philippines tries to claim Sabah as the region was traditionally belong to the Sultan of Sulu which have been under The Philippine territories. Indonesia widely oppose where Sukarno dubbed the formation as the neo-imperialism which another way of Malaya to colonized the Borneo Island. Indonesia later announces a military confrontation towards Malaysia which at that time knew as ‘Ganyang Malaysia’. This resulted the formation date which originally designated on 31st August 1963 have to wait and extended until 16th September 1963. The series of opposition by Indonesia and the Philippines resulted Tunku Abd Rahman to drops the 4 southern state of Thailand to join the Federation. It is not wise to increases another enemy towards the new nation (Even though some politicians dubbed this as a personal problem of Tunku Abd Rahman who is the grandchildren of King Chulalongkorn of Thailand). Thus, on 16th September 1963, the new Federation of Malaysia was born.

Tunku Abd Rahman and Lee Kuan Yew

The Federation still under a series of tension, and this time, it is between the Federal Government and Singapore State Government. As the state of Singapore is the most developed state in the Federation, Lee Kuan Yew does not want Tunku Abd Rahman to treat Singapore as a small state like Pulau Pinang and Malacca. In addition, the idea of constitution which separates the citizens through races of Malay, Chinese and Indian is not well received by Lee Kuan Yew who started the idea of Malaysian Malaysia. The political struggle between the Tiger and the Lion continues until the general election 1965, where the PAP should not contest in Malaya, and The Alliances should not contest in Singapore, do so in the election. Thus, on 9th August 1965, the Parliament of Malaysia special sessions was convened and a bill is brought up. And the result, 126 MPs unanimously agrees to separate Singapore from the Federation.


And now, it is these thirteen states of Malaysia still united as one, faces the good and bad time together. The Federation now reaches its 47 years and still standing strong. Currently, the Federation has tries to achieve the status of Fully-Developed Nation and a high income Nation. May the Federation of Malaysia will stands strong in the future. Thus, even with a problems is around us, lets us work together hand in hand to make Malaysia an even better country to live.

Happy 47th Anniversaries Malaysia

Until Next Time

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Kelantan Royal Family

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On 13th September 2010, 15 members of Royal Succession council of Kelantan has made a decision to proclaim Tengku Muhammad Faris Petra as the new Sultan of Kelantan replacing his ailing father, Sultan Ismail Petra.

The Sultan of Kelantan is styled as HRH Al-Sultan of Kelantan. The current Sultan of Kelantan is HRH Sultan Muhammad V. He is the 29th Sultan of Kelantan.

The consort of the ruler of Kelantan is styled as Raja Perempuan of Kelantan. The position is currently vacant.


Kelantan was once a powerful state with ancient trade links with China, Champa and India, but became tributary to the Majapahit Empire during the 13th and 14th centuries. It re-established its independence under Raja Kumar, ca. 1411. It became an important centre for trade and commerce during the fifteenth century, but fell to Malacca in 1499. Following the Portuguese conquest of Malacca in 1511, the state disintegrated into several petty principalities. These principalities were conquered again by the Siamese and made subject to Patani I 1603.

In 1760, a certain Kubang Labu succeeded in unifying the disparate territories into a single state once more, but he was overthrown four years later. Long (Luang) Yunus seized the throne and proclaimed himself Raja of Kelantan in 1764 but the state fell under the control of Trengganu after his death. Long Muhammad, younger son of Yunus, declared himself Sultan in 1800. He was eventually accepted by the Siamese as ruler of a separate tributary, twelve years later. Kelantan was transferred to British protection by the terms of the Anglo-Siamese treaty of 1909. Britain paying Siam for all outstanding debts and assuming responsibility for them in Siam's stead. Negeri Kelantan Dar ul-Naim became one of the Unfederated Malay States in 1911.

The Japanese invaded Kelantan on 8th December and were in full occupation by the 22nd of December 1941. They transferred Kelantan to Thai control in 1943. The state was freed from Japanese occupation on 8th September 1945 and became a state of the Federation of Malaya on 1st February 1948. It joined the other states of the peninsular to form the Federation of Malaya on 31st August 1957 and became a state of Malaysia on 16th September 1963.


flag of al-sultan of kelantan
Royal Standard of Sultan of Kelantan

flag of queen of kelantan
Royal Standard of Queen of Kelantan

flag of the crown prince of kelantan
Royal Standard of Crown Prince of Kelantan


Sultan Muhammad V and the Crown Prince

HRH Sultan Muhammad V married to Tengku Zubaidah bt Tengku Nuruddin of Pattani Royal Family. The marriage ended up in divorced and does to produced any child.


The official Palace of Sultan of Kelantan is Istana Balai Besar (Palace of Great Hall), located at Kota Bharu, Kelantan.


The Residential Palace to the Sultan of Kelantan is Istana Kubang Kerian (Kubang Kerian Palace), located at Kubang Kerian, Kelantan.


The Residential Palace to the Crown Prince of Kelantan is Istana Mahkota Kubang Kerian (Crown Palace of Kubang Kerian)



**line of succession to the Kelantanese throne

  1. Tengku Muhammad Faiz Petra ibni Sultan Ismail Petra, Tengku Mahkota
  2. Tengku Muhammad Fakhry Petra ibni Sultan Ismail Petra
  3. Tengku Dr. Muhammad Faziharudean bin Tengku Feissal
  4. Tengku Ibrahim Farihadean bin Tengku Feissal
  5. Tengku Ismail Fadil bin Tengku Feissal
  6. Tengku Abdul Halim ibni almarhum Sultan Ibrahim, Tengku Laksamana
  7. Tengku Ariez Hazaril bin Tengku Abdul Halim
  8. Tengku Adrei bin Tengku Ariez Hazaril
  9. Tengku Adil Hazraq bin Tengku Abdul Halim
**subject to changes


Some of the pictures of the royal family :-

The picture of Sultan of Kelantan,
(During the proclamation ceremony)

Proclamation ceremony; Sultan Muhammad Faris Petra (left) and Menteri Besar of Kelantan, Datuk Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat (right)


(personal pictures of the Sultan of Kelantan)




The picture of Crown Prince of Kelantan,


(during the Proclamation ceremony)


(Personal pictures of the Crown Prince of Kelantan)




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