From the Temenggung mosque and mausoleum one can walk a short distance up Mount Faber and reach the tomb of Radin Mas, a princess of old said to have migrated from the island of Java.
At the foot lies the tomb of Radin Dandiar said to be her bodyguard.
The tomb of Radin Mas is upstairs.
For my cousin Hanif it is quite a revelation as it is the first time he came here. Then again he has only been to Singapura only once before. Practically all the places visited in this trip was his first...
For information the tomb of Radin Mas is quite well-known among the Singapura Malay population as a blessed place with strong magical aura. So much so that some people go to the extend of claiming it is a place for invisible saints to meet and converge at!
Touching the head tombstone, a mark of respect for the deceased. Having accompanied me to many old tombs, Al-Rasyid who was then only one year and a month old just did it without being told...
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