The walls are adorned with Islamic calligraphy and intricate carvings that were made by skilled artists in Morocco and transported over to Malaysia. There is an incredible amount of detail and you’ll notice that no two rooms are the same. Here, you will find four different galleries with each having distinctive features of Morocco’s oldest imperial cities.
Once you’re in the pavilion, you will also notice a slight scent of cedar wood as it is used mainly to build doors, wall panelling and some furnitures within the space. There is also a water feature that leads to the main building, past the impressive entrance archway. Overall, this will be a great discovery for those who appreciate good architectures and cultural designs.
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