This British pioneer government quarters, called Newlands, was once involved by acclaimed American essayist, Agnes Newton Keith, who penned Land Below The Wind in 1939. The house got to be home to Agnes and her family, Henry (additionally alluded to as Harry) George Keith, who was the Conservator of Forests and their child, George.
Today the house has transformed into a legacy house, giving intriguing experiences to life amid British North Borneo. It is outfitted with a propagation of pilgrim furniture and collectibles. A display on the principal floor recounts the tale of this amazing lady, her books and her crew.
Seven days a week (Monday – Sunday), from 9am to 5pm
MyKad holders: RM2.00
MyKad holders above 55 years: Free
Children below 12 years: Free