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The mystical Keris Taming Sari formerly owned by Malay hero Hang Tuah who was given the title Laksamana (Admiral) by the Sultan of Malacca will go on display at Galeri Sultan Azlan Shah in Kuala Kangsar.
The keris' handle is made of gold while the blade is made of 20 types of iron. According to history, when Malacca was captured by the Potuguese in 1511, Sultan Mahmud retreated to Kampar in Sumatra, Indonesia, bringing along all of Malacca's state regalia.
Muzaffar was later proclaimed the first Sultan of Perak, taking on the name of Sultan Muzaffar Shah in 1528.
The keris, which is said to have magical powers such as being able to hover in the air in times of crisis, is kept at the palace and it has been part of the state regalia of Perak ever since.
The keris is on display from today to April 27 in conjunction with the birthday celebration of the Sultan of Perak Sultan Azlan Shah.
The gallery, which also showcases the history of the Perak royalty other than the private collections of the Sultan of Perak, is open daily from 10am to 5pm. Entrance ticket is RM4 per adult, RM2 per university and secondary student and RM1 for primary student.
"This is a golden opportunity for us as Taming sari is a very important historical Malaysia heritage. The story of Hang Tuah is very close to all Malaysian. It will on be display for public for limited period of time. Make sure you take this opportunity which does not come often"

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