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THE LEGEND OF

CHE SITI WAN


KEMBANG

By: Ahmed Nabeel Shah b. Faizal Shah


For Attention: Miss Erma Heldayu

Biography
My name is Ahmed Nabeel
Shah b. Faizal Shah. My
favorite food is macaroni and
cheese. Also, my favorite drink
is orange juice. My hobby is, I
love to play football.

Table of Content
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Content
Introduction
Acknowledgment
The Legend of Che Siti Wan
Kembang
Conclusion
Reason of Choice

Acknowledgment
Thank you to my parents, Mr.
Faizal Shah b. Abdul Wahab
and Mrs. Ezathul Zerafena
Mohd Ris, my teacher, Ms.
Erma Heldayu. Without these
people, I cannot complete this
task perfectly.

Introduction
I chose The Legend of Che Siti Wan
Kembang.
Che Siti Wan Kembang is the
legendary queen regnant over a
region in the east coast of Peninsular
Malaysia, which is now encompassed
within Kelantan state. She is believed
to have ruled from 1548 to
1580, while other accounts state that
she ruled in the 14th century.
Che Siti was famous for her beauty
and wisdom. She was said to be of
Arab blood and was descendant of
the royal lineage of ChampaKelantan-Pattani.
She was also known as a warrior
princess and was said to be able to
enter battle on horseback with a

sword with an army of female horse


riders. It was said that she and her
adopted daughter, Puteri
Saadong had mystical powers.

Content
I chose The Legend of Che Siti Wan
Kembang because I love the story.
Che Siti Wan Kembang was so brave
and wise. I chose this story because I
want to be just like her.
Kelantanese are very proud of their
history and the deer generally
symbolises Che Siti Wan Kembang as
it was her favourite pet. The current
state emblem of Kelantan has two
deers which represents Kelantan's
rich history which can be traced back
to the popular queen.[2]
According to certain historical
records, Che Siti Wan Kembang was
born in 1585. Her parents were Raja
Ahmad and Cik Banun, both of royal

lineage. Raja Ahmad was crowned


Ruler of Kelantan in 1584.
However, Raja Ahmad died in 1589,
when the princess was only 4 years
old. Therefore Raja Hussein
of Johor was made Regent of
Kelantan. Che Siti Wan Kembang
ascended to the throne of Kelantan
in 1610 AD upon the death of Raja
Hussein. She was said to have
resided in Gunung Chinta
Wangsa, Ulu Kelantan, located
approximately 40 km from Kuala
Krai.
Che Siti never married, and therefore
never had children of her own. She
adopted Puteri Saadong as her
daughter. Puteri Saadong was the
princess of the ruler of Jembal, whom
Che Siti had close ties with.

Conclusion
What I have learned from this story
is, we have to be brave to handle
challenges.
Nothing is impossible if you put your
heart and soul to defend your
country.

I also learned that with wisdom one


can overcome any problems.