Take a peek inside our history
Early 1930s – Telok Kemang (NegeriSembilan) acts as the sighting point of the new moon to determine the commencement of Ramadan and Eid.
Telok Kemang is famously known to record the most appearance of the new moon among all the observatories throughout Malaysia
Operate officially in the 1960s. Early 1980s – Telok Kemang Observatory was only known as a place to do Rukyah Hilal (New Moon Observation).
This new and modern Baitul Hilal Complex is fully operational in 2012 and the only observatory with modern facilities that open to public according to it’s aim and goals to encourage public with astronomical knowledge