Tag: Bujang Valley
Deputy Tourism and Culture Minister Muhammad Bakhtiar Wan Chik wants to put Kedah Tua, which contains evidence of the region’s oldest civilisation, on world tourism map.
Deputy Tourism and Culture Minister Mas Ermieyati Samsudin says no guarantee Bujang Valley will be given heritage status despite being 'largest' archaelogical site.
V Nadarajan says three sites named by ministry for world heritage status pale in comparison to Bujang Valley civilisation which dates back over 2,000 years.
Experts have declared the site as the earliest and oldest civilisation in Southeast Asia.
Builders of new gallery stumble upon human remains and Penang government is excited as the site may be older than the Bujang Valley archaeology site in Kedah.
DAP's P Ramasamy says the ancient site has heritage value important for Malaysia and the region.
While Prof Mokhtar Saidin wants to prove animism is widespread, it does not disprove in any way that Hinduism-Buddhism was non-existent in Bujang Valley.
Penang DAP leader takes the Federal Government to task for not prioritising the preservation of the historical site, opening it to abuse and demolition instead.
Penang DCM also criticises Heritage Department for neglecting to gazette the Bujang Valley site
Bujang Valley Study Circle chief V Nadarajan nevertheless welcomes rebuilding effort.
Let the experts decide whether it is proper to relocate the ancient structures from the Bujang Valley to a single site, says Penang CM Lim Guan Eng.
Gerakan man wants the Kedah government to conduct a full inquiry into the destruction of the ancient site and table a white paper in the state legislative assembly
Historians also rebuked a Kedah exco for saying it was not necessary to gazette the candis, saying it is about preserving national heritage.
Passing the buck on the Bujang Valley fiasco is an irresponsible act and it's no surprise why the nation's history continues to remain in the doldrums
The Heritage Commissioner must be sacked and the developer charged for destroying birthplace of Malay civilisation, says Waythamoorthy.
The civil servants and developers are to blame, not the state government, says the Kedah-born former senator.
The Tourism and Culture Ministry finally approves application made by the state government to designate several areas at Bujang Valley as heritage site.
Historian describes the demolition of ancient several temples sites in Bujang Valley as shameful and unforgivable.
PKR veep N Surendran hits out at Kedah MB Mukhriz Mahathir and Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak for their indifferent attitude in preserving the historical site
A NGO is urging the Tourism and Culture Ministry to stop a housing developer from demolishing remnants of ancient temples in Bujang Valley and to preserve the area.
The Prime Minister has a golden opportunity to impress them at MIC's 66th Annual General Meeting tomorrow
The guided tour of the National Museum took all of 90 minutes and did not do justice to Malaysia's rich cultural and archaeological history.