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Kota Buruk,[1] literally meaning "Fort of Ruins" in Malay, is a historic site believed to be located at today's Kampung Tanjung Selabu, Jorak, Sungai Terap, Bukit Pasir, Pagoh, Muar, Johor, Malaysia. This site purportedly said to be identified as the original Kota Buruk location and is being preserved as a historic place for the public to visit. Nearby, another historic site, the fort of Biawak Busuk, is believed to be located.

This fort and Biawak Busuk are two historical sites in ancient Malacca's history which Parameswara opened during his stop over and stay in Pagoh, Muar when exiled from Temasik, before his move to Malacca and open the Malacca sultanate empire.

There are a few sources of history records regarding these events, as follows:

References

  1. ^ "Forts no defence against moniitor lizards, By Sim Bak Heng, Johor Streets". New Straits Times Press. 17 August 2009. Archived from the original on 22 July 2011.