Kota Lukut, Port Dickson

Kota Lukut, Port Dickson - Address

Address: Lot 730, Jalan Besar, 71010 Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia

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About Kota Lukut, Port Dickson

Perched on the top of a small hill, is this beautiful fort. It was built as a fort in 1847 by Bugis warrior Raja Jumaat. This fort used to be his personal residence from which he used to keep a watch over the trade in that area. However, at present the fort stands in its ruined state. Today, the entire area has been transformed into a recreational park, with gazebos and watch towers spread across the small field. At the foothill, a museum has been founded where you get to see historical artifacts belonging to the Lukut era.

Pay a visit to this museum to know more about the history of this region.

Kota Lukut Information

  • Free parking space.

Kota Lukut Ticket Prices

  • Entry is free.

Kota Lukut Opening and Closing Hours

  • The museum is open daily  from 9am – 5pm.

How To reach Kota Lukut by Public Transport

  • By car or by bus – stop 2 Taman PD Jaya, Jalan Seremban.

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Kota Lukut, Port Dickson Reviews

  • This is the right place to learn the history of Lukut and its relation to the tin mining activity in the area. Take your time to explore the fort and its uniqueness. Overall, it is a very informative and well maintained museum but not the fort. A lot of things need to be done to preserve the fort and its surroundings.

  • A small musium which is very beautiful.there are a mosque inside this and a hall which has the details about the history of Kota Dan fort. Very well maintained place.

  • A tiny museum that is very well kept with displays on tin mining history of Lukut

  • The security guard at the ticket counter is friendly and informative. Musuem is small but entrance is free, so no complaints here.

  • Okay if want to learn about the history. Nothing much to see from the archeology. Free entry

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