1. God’s Little Acre, Batu Gajah

The historical significance of God’s Little Acre in Batu Gajah is that it relates to the Malayan Emergency (1948-1960). It was here where the three (3) planters who were killed by the Communist Insurgents that triggered the Malayan Emergency were buried. The three (3) British planters were Arthur Walker, John Allison and Ian Christian. God’s Little Acre is also the resting place of those who were involved in the Malayan Emergency.