The Afterlife of Kellie's Castle
Zamari Muhyi | Hanizamal Abu Hanifah
Kellie’s Castle has been a cornerstone of Batu Gajah's history, receiving around 200,000 visitors each year. These numbers saw an interesting spike recently since the castle opened its doors to the public at night for the first time, exclusively in the month of October. The national heritage is an architecture carved in culture and shrouded in mystery. Admittedly, there's something ominous about the mansion that keeps its antiquity alive. And more importantly, what lies ahead for Kellie’s Castle in the future. BFM News explores.
Produced by: Lee Shin Yiing, Dhanya Nair
Presented by: Sabrina Magdalene, Shawn Tanis, Melissa Tiong
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