Continued from Makam Sultan-sultan Kelantan abad ke 20 (Tombs of the Sultans of Kelantan in the 20th century).
Turut terdapat di dalam kawasan pemakaman diraja Langgar, Kota Bahru ialah makam seorang Raja Patani yang bernama Tengku Putih.
Also available inside the royal mausoleum of Langgar, Kota Bahru is the tomb of a Raja (ruler) of Patani whose name is Tengku Putih.
Ascending the throne of Patani in 1856, his majesty is actually from the descendants of Long Yunus, founder of the modern Kelantan sultanate.
Patani at the time is not like that during its golden ages. After the sultanate of Patani fell into the hands of Siam 1785 (now Thailand) it is broken up into a number of small territories and one of it is preserved with the name Patani. Seen above is the tomb of Tengku Putih. His majesty is the second Raja of Patani who is descended from the Raja of Kampung Laut, Kelantan. Raja Kampung Laut is a son of Long Yunus who was given power to rule Kampung Laut. Siam who also had power over Kelantan at the time took a son of Raja Kampung Laut whose name is Tengku Muhammad to be made ruler of smaller Patani and Tengku Putih who is his son was his replacement.
Besides is the tomb of the wife of Tengku Putih, Tengku Na Nik. His majesty is the son of Sultan Muhammad II of Kelantan meaning the husband and wife are second cousins.