P. Ramlee’s House
The building is a restored wooden house that commemorates the late P. Ramlee, Malaysia’s foremost singer, actor, composer, and director.
Originally built in 1926 by his father and uncle, the house had previously undergone successive repairs before being taken over by the National Archives as an extension of its P. Ramlee Memorial project in Kuala Lumpur. Items on display at the house include his life history, personal memorabilia related to his life in Penang, and items belonging to his family.
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