Kota Lukut

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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 Tickets Prices

  • Entry is free.

Kota Lukut Opening and Closing Hours

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

How To Get To Kota Lukut by Public Transport

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

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

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Share your experience - Rate Kota Lukut, Port Dickson

  • 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

  • This is the right place to learn the history of Lukut. You can even explore the fort. Overall, a very informative and well-maintained museum .

  • A historic place during the sultan of Malacca . Many battle here with Dutch and Portuguese. Only remain a ruin of building around on the top of the hill.

  • Very well organised museum but nothing on the fort. However, good view at the top of the fort

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