Indo-Javanese architecture in all its splendour (15C and 17C) with, inside, a mixture of styles characteristic of the cultural melting pot that Cirebon once was. Above the entrance to this sultan's palace (actually more of a mansion), is a sculpted motif of clouds and rocks; a pattern often found on batiks, but which actually comes from China. Another interesting detail is in the inlaid Delft tiles, which some claim depict biblical scenes! There is also a French-style salon and very European-looking wood panelling.
Address:Pl. Alun-alun Nord (derrière le marché Kesepuhan) Cirebon
8am-4pm, Sun 8am-5pm - Guided tour available weekends by a student