The Kingdom of Siak Palace

The Kingdom of Siak is the largest Islamic Malay kingdom in Riau Province. Reaching its heyday in the 18th century to the 20th century. In the lineage of the Sultan of the Siak Sri Indrapura kingdom began in 1725 with 12 Sultan who had reigned.
The Kingdom of Siak is the largest Islamic Malay kingdom in Riau Province. Reaching its heyday in the 18th century to the 20th century. In the lineage of the Sultan of the Siak Sri Indrapura kingdom began in 1725 with 12 Sultan who had reigned.

As historical evidence for the Malay Islamic kingdom in Riau Province we can see the royal heritage in the form of a royal palace complex built by Sultan Assyaidis Syarif Hasyim Abdul Jalil Syaifuddin in 1889 with the name ASSIRAYATUL HASYIMIAH.

 Now the Siak Sri Indrapura royal palace is used as a museum that holds royal collection items. Royal collection objects that are still preserved and can be seen today at Siak Palace include, among others, the seat of the royal throne wrapped in gold, duplicates of the royal crown, safe-defosit box, paying kingdom, royal spears, cannons, various ceramics and crystals.

In this Siak royal palace there are also comets as a very rare item because there are only 2 in the world. One of the comet is in Germany.

Reportedly, the music player that can play the songs bethoveen, mozart and Strauss is only those in the Siak Palace that can still be used, the tool was originally brought by Sultan Siak in 1896 from his trip to Europe

















How to Get There?
From Pekanbaru City, to go to Siak Sri Indrapura, you can use the land route with a distance of approximately 3 hours or through the river using a speedboat with approximately 2 hours, the choice depends on you, which you can enjoy through these two lines interesting natural scenery.

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