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Dutch Fort, Pulau Pangkor
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Ketinggalan sedikit, bangunan belanda dari tahun 1670...sama orang belanda dulu dikasih nama fort dindingh...lokasi dekat laut, ada jualan souvenir dan jajan dan minuman...
Достопримечательностей на острове не так много, поэтому рекомендуем посетить этот форт. ухоженный, восстановленный, реального от него осталось немного. Рядом находится огромный камень (чуть далее по д... read more »Attractions on the island is not so much, so we recommend you to visit the Fort. well maintained, restored, real left of it a bit. Nearby is a huge stone (a little further down the road on the other side) under the roof. They say that figure is made back in the days when Fort acted and one child, having gone for a walk, had not returned. So picture Tiger kidnapping knocked on this stone. Tiger was portrayed by local population hostile image spacecraft since the island really Tigers they never were found. You can get there by bike or taxi. The island has no public transport whatsoever!show original
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位于距邦喀镇外3公里的teluk gedong,建于1670年，20年后即被毁，以后多次反复后荷兰人被迫放弃！距要塞仅百米处有块巨大的石雕：batu bersurat,上面刻有荷兰东印度公司的缩写voc和其他涂鸦
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.
Friendly staff n good service
This isn't really a fort but a warehouse for the Dutch to store tin. The English description wrongly guided us
This place was also known as a fort because it was used to withstand pirates' attack
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