Fort Alice
Kubu Alice
General information
LocationSri Aman, Sarawak, Malaysia
Coordinates1°14′23.1″N 111°27′42.8″E / 1.239750°N 111.461889°E / 1.239750; 111.461889Coordinates: 1°14′23.1″N 111°27′42.8″E / 1.239750°N 111.461889°E / 1.239750; 111.461889
Opening18 April 2015
CostMYR5 million

The Fort Alice (Malay: Kubu Alice) is a fort in Sri Aman, Sarawak, Malaysia.


The fort was named after Margaret Alice Lili de Windt, wife of Charles Brooke.[1]


The fort was originally constructed in 1864 as the Simanggang Fort after the victory of Charles Brook over Rentap. The fort was listed as historical monument by the Sarawak State Government in 1971.[2] In June 2013, restoration works began on the fort and was completed on 18 April 2015 with a cost of MYR5 million. It was then reopened as the Sri Aman Heritage Museum.[3]


The rectangular fort was built on a hilltop. It is equipped with cannons, open courtyard, drawbridge and lookout tower.

See also


  1. ^ "Fort Alice, Sri Aman (Simanggang) Sarawak". Bombastic Borneo. 25 April 2015. Retrieved 16 November 2016.
  2. ^ "Reminiscing Forgotten Treasure...Simanggang" (PDF). Malaysia Institute of Architects (Sarawak Chapter). Retrieved 16 November 2016.
  3. ^ "Fort Alice restored, now a heritage museum". Borneo Post Online. 21 March 2015. Retrieved 16 November 2016.