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Dutch Fort, Pulau Pangkor

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  • There was not much to see, but a small little fort. Wished there were more description board to tell us about the old stories of Pangkor. However, further down the road you could see a floating mosque...  more »
  • though the fort is small compare to A Famosa, but the authority has put in too much effort, it turn out to be a brand new red brick building.  more »
  • The orginal fort was built in 1670 and sacked just 20 years later, but the dutch manage to rebuild the fort in 1743 but abonded it after just five years. Until 1973 the old fort was swallowed by the j...  more »
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  • It is a small fort that with the dungeons below it have already been sealed off. They believe there were treasures below it. Quite clean and well taken care off by the state museum officials. Very visible from the road side, can't miss it. No entrance fee though.
  • The ruins of the Dutch Fort on Pangkor Island are the remnants of an outpost of Dutch attempts to control trade in the Malay peninsula. In the Malay language, the fort is called Kota Belanda. The fort is set a short distance from the ocean and consists of three brick walls with round windows at regular intervals. A small park and some souvenir stores have been set up around the area for visitors and is a popular tourist sight on the island today.
  • It's a small fort near a malay kampung.the dutch built it to supervise trading activities at pangkor.no entrance fee is required, there are a lot of stalls selling traditional malay food.(eat at your own risk, food may not be suitable for everyone). Watch out for mosquitos , especially during evening time.
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  • beautiful place