OK. In the article Makam diraja Perak (Perak royal mausoleum) which was made almost 3 years ago I have featured pictures of tombs of 3 Sultans of Perak. Actually there are 4 more tombs of Sultans inside the Perak royal burial grounds at Bukit Chandan. Now let all of it be featured as fruits from my latest visit last month.
Seen here is the tomb of the 28th Sultan of Perak, Sultan Idris I (ruled 1887-1916). His highness was responsible for opening up Bukit Chandan and thus became the first Sultan to be buried here.
Also situated inside the main building is the tomb of his highness son Sultan Abdul Jalil who replaced him. This Sultan ruled until 1918.
Outside the main building lies the tomb of the 26th Sultan which is Sultan Abdullah II. Although his highness ruled before Bukit Chandan was opened, the event which is the killing of Birch 1875 resulted in him being banished to the Seychelles islands before he was officialy dethroned in the year 1887. Refer back to what has been written in the articles Makam (Tomb of) Daeng Selili and Makam (Tomb of) Laksamana Muhammad Amin. His highness finally passed away in Singapura the year 1922 and thus was laid to rest in Bukit Chandan the same year.