Jejak Warisan (2)
1. MERDEKA HERITAGE TRAIL
Group photograph in front of National Monument
Merdeka 1Malaysia Heritage Trail Program is a yearly program held by KWN. This program involves the participation from high school student from all region of Malaysia including Sabah and Sarawak. Participants are from multicultural races such as Malay, Chinese, Indian, Siamese and Orang Asli.
Among the location trip around Kuala Lumpur are the Dataran Merdeka, Merdeka Stadium, Tunku Abdul Rahman Memorial, Sultan Sulaiman Club while the location trip in Malacca are Kota Malacca Wall Research and Rescue Excavation Site, HSBC Building, Independence Declaration Memorial, Harmony Street, Sri Poyyatha Vinayaga Moorty Temple, Kampung Kling Mosque, Tokong Cheng Hoon Teng Temple and Malacca Malay Sultanate Castle.
Briefing on the history of Dataran Merdeka
Merdeka Heritage Trail Program opening night
Escorts provide information to groups of 6 for solving the given assignment.
Merdeka Heritage Trail participants who watched a showpiece in the Independence Declaration Memorial.
The briefing given by officials from the Department of Conservation and Archaeology, Department of National Heritage to Merdeka Heritage Trail participants in 2010 related to the excavation sites in Malacca.
One of the participants were given the opportunity to try their own excavation activities.
2. JEJAK WARISAN MASJID
On June 8, 2009, the National Heritage Department has organized a program for the first time involving expeditions to several mosque heritage buildings known as Kuala Lumpur Mosque Heritage Trails Program in conjunction with the Celebration of Cultural Heritage In Islamic Cultural Capital 2009 (KLCIC). This program is under the supervision of the Organization of the Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ISESCO). The historic occasion was held at the National Mosque in Kuala Lumpur and was officiated by the Minister of Information, Communication and Culture, YB Datuk Seri Utama Dr. Rais Yatim. While the closing of KLCIC was executed by the Deputy Commissioner of Heritage Y.Brs. Professor Dr. A Ghafar bin Ahmad.
Through this program, the participants visited the heritage mosques in nearby Kuala Lumpur. Five mosques were involved in this program, namely Jameul Ehsan Mosque in Setapak, Masjid India in Jalan TAR, Masjid Jamek Sultan Abdul Samad, Asy-Syakirin Mosque in KLCC and Territory Mosque in Jalan Duta. In addition, the Islamic Arts Museum is also visited because this is where participants can see and explore wider the features of architecture of Islam. The focus of the visit is to see a mosque from the point of history, function and its unique architecture. In addition, it's also a way to expose the younger generation about the importance of preserving and conserving the heritage of the country, especially the one in Kuala Lumpur.
Participation consists of various races, religions and walks of life. The program only takes one day. Through this program, teenagers have the opportunity to learn and appreciate Islamic architecture that is well known in the history of world civilization. This approach is also an exposure in addressing certain opinions gaps of the mosque which is considered as a prohibited area to visit among non-Muslims.
Participants visited the Kampung Baru Mosque.
Poetry recital performances from Datuk Kamala
The release of the flag by the Minister of Information, Culture and Communications to program participants.
Briefing from the members of the Association of Malaysian Architects to participants.
The opening ceremony of the Mosque Heritage Trails Program has been completed by the Minister of Information, Communication and Culture.
Masjid Jamek in Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman also became one of the buildings visited by the participants.
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