99 Door Mansion
The 99 Door Mansion was built during the 1800s by the wealthy Ramsden family. On a chance, the family moved to Malaysia to grow their fortune by beginning a rubber tree plantation. The Ramsdens soon found more success with a thriving plantation that allowed them to construct their dream home. Their mansion, however, was to be tarnished in 1948 after their grandson, John St. Maur Ramsden, was murdered. John was shot twice in the head, to ensure his death, right on the front stairs of the mansion. Some have speculated that a jealous rival of the family was responsible for the murder, yet the case was never solved.