Maimoon Palace is the Deli Sultanate palace which is one of the icons of the city of Medan, North Sumatra, located on Jalan Brigadier General Katamso, Sukaraja Village, Medan Maimun District.
Designed by Italian architects and built by Sultan Deli, Sultan Mahmud Al Rasyid. The construction of this palace began from August 26, 1888 and was completed on May 18, 1891. Maimoon Palace had an area of 2,772 m2 and 30 rooms. Maimun Palace consists of 2 floors and has 3 parts, namely the main building, the left wing building and the right wing building. The palace building faces north and on the front side there is the Al-Mashun Mosque building or better known as the Medan Great Mosque.
Maimoon Palace is a tourist destination not only because of its old age, but also its unique interior design, combining elements of Malay cultural heritage, with Islamic, Spanish, Indian and Italian styles. But unfortunately, these tourist attractions are not free from the street vendor area.