Terengganu Sultanate

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Sultan of Terengganu
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Sultan of Terengganu
since 15 May 1998
coronation 4 March 1999
StyleHis Royal Highness
Heir apparentTengku Muhammad Ismail
First monarchZainal Abidin
Formation1725; 294 years ago (1725)
ResidenceIstana Syarqiyyah, Kuala Terengganu

Sultan of Terengganu is the title of the constitutional head of Terengganu state in Malaysia. The current Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin of Terengganu, is the 18th sultan and 13th Yang di-Pertuan Agong of Malaysia from 2006 to 2011. He is the head of the religion of Islam in the state and the source of all titles, honours and dignities in the state.

List of office bearers[edit]

Sultan Muhammad Shah II, then a Raja Muda in 1909.
  1. 1725–1733: Zainal Abidin I
  2. 1733–1793: Mansur Shah I
  3. 1793–1808: Zainal Abidin II
  4. 1808–1830: Ahmad Shah I
  5. 1830–1831: Abdul Rahman
  6. 1831 (jointly): Omar Riayat Shah and Mansur Shah II
  7. 1831–1837: Mansur Shah II
  8. 1837–1839: Muhammad Shah I
  9. 1839–1876: Omar Riayat Shah
  10. 1876-1877: Mahmud Mustafa Shah
  11. 1876–1881: Ahmad Shah II
  12. 1881–1918: Zainal Abidin III
  13. 1918–1920: Muhammad Shah II
  14. 1920–1942: Sulaiman Badrul Alam Shah
  15. 1942–1945: Ali Shah
  16. 1945–1979: Ismail Nasiruddin Shah
  17. 1979–1998: Mahmud al-Muktafi Billah Shah
  18. 1998–present: Mizan Zainal Abidin

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