Tomb Sabo Kingking

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Sabokingking tomb, a burial of the kings of the founder of the Islamic empire of Palembang's been around 500 years old. The tomb is located in the Sei-Fruit, Ilir Timur II, Palembang.


The tomb which covers about 80 square meters is located a delta surrounded by a pond. graves contained grave Prince Sido Ing Kenayan (1622-1630) and his wife Queen Sihuhun, Sido Ing Pasaeran or Jamaluddin Mangkurat I (1630-1652) and Prince Ki Bodrowongso who ever lived around the year 1622-1635 AD and the tomb of Imam Al Habib Al Arif Billah Umar bin Muhammad Al Idrus bin Shahab, as well as the Commander of Kiai Kibagus Abdurrachman.

The location of the tomb of Prince Sido Ing and his wife Queen Sinuhun Kenayan is not far from the cemetery's grandfather-in-law of Ki Gede Ing Suro, in the hallway Haji Umar, in a Ilir Palembang. Queen Sinuhun the grandson of Ki Gede Ing Suro.

Under the rule Sido Ing Kenayan, Queen Sinuhun able to bring the book of the Law 'Simbur Light' which is written and customary law applicable in the entire region of South Sumatra at that time.


Around the tomb there is also a common cemetery for the local indigenous population. To go to this place can be access through two street noodles, Roads and Road Arafuru Sabokingking. Sabokingking tomb is the oldest tombs of the kings or princes in Palembang.
Sabokingking tomb, a burial of the kings of the early Islamic empire of Palembang's been around 500 years old.

Like the tomb of Prince Sido Ing Kenayan and his wife Queen Sihuhun, Sido Ing Pasaeran or Jamaluddin Mangkurat I (1630-1652), and Prince Ki Bodrowongso who ever lived between the years 1622-1635 AD. The tomb is located in the Sei-Fruit, Ilir Timur II, Palembang.

The location of the tomb of Prince Sido Ing and his wife Queen Sinuhun Kenayan is not far from the cemetery's grandfather-in-law of Ki Gede Ing Suro, in the hallway Haji Umar, in a Ilir Palembang. Queen Sinuhun the grandson of Ki Gede Ing Suro.

Under the rule Sido Ing Kenayan, Queen Sinuhun able to bring the book of the Law 'Simbur Light' which is written and customary law applicable in the entire region of South Sumatra at that time.

Around the tomb there is also a common cemetery for the local indigenous population. To go to this place can be access through two street noodles, Roads and Road Arafuru Sabokingking. Sabokingking tomb is the oldest tombs of the kings or princes in Palembang.

Buried in this tomb Prince Sido Ing Kenayan (1622-1630), Sido Ing Pasaeran or Jamaluddin Mangkurat I (1630-1652), Queen Sinuhun-author of Simbur Light-and priests buried Al Arif Billah Al Habib Umar bin Muhammad Al Idrus bin Shahab , and Commander Kiai Kibagus Abdurrachman.

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