Kota Johor Lama Museum
Muzium Kota Johor Lama
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EstablishedOctober 2007
LocationKota Tinggi, Johor, Malaysia
Coordinates1°34′47.8″N 104°1′7.1″E / 1.579944°N 104.018639°E / 1.579944; 104.018639Coordinates: 1°34′47.8″N 104°1′7.1″E / 1.579944°N 104.018639°E / 1.579944; 104.018639
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The Kota Johor Lama Museum (Malay: Muzium Kota Johor Lama) is a museum in Johor Lama, Kota Tinggi District, Johor, Malaysia. The museum is about the history of Johor Lama.

History

The site where the museum stands today was first excavated in 1960 by the British. The second excavation, which occurred in 2004, coincided with the start of the museum construction. The museum was completed in February 2007.[1] It was opened to the public in October 2007.[2][3][4]

Architecture

The museum resembles a traditional house. It consists of five sections, such as the introduction of Kota Johor Lama, the rulers of kingdoms, trades and wars, fortresses along the Johor River and various tombs from archaeological excavation done in Kota Tinggi District.[3][5][6]

Exhibitions

The museum exhibits information about the history of Kota Johor Lama, which was the center of administration after the fall of Malacca Sultanate in 1511.[3] Since the museum is built within the fortified area of Kota Johor Lama, it sits among many fortified mounds.[7]

See also

References

  1. ^ "Sejarah Kampung Makam Kota Tinggi" [Kota Tinggi Graveyards Village History]. FELDA Air Tawar 5 (in Malay). Retrieved 20 October 2021.
  2. ^ "Kota Johor Lama Museum". Department of Museums Malaysia. Retrieved 20 October 2021.
  3. ^ a b c "Warisan kerajaan Melayu" [Malay Kingdom Heritage]. My Metro (in Malay). 9 March 2017. Retrieved 20 October 2021.
  4. ^ "零私密.旧柔佛城堡剩荒凉山坡幸有博物馆记史蹟" [No Secret. The Isolated Hillside of Kota Johor Lama is Fortunate to have Museum and Historical Site]. China Press (in Chinese). 26 December 2015. Retrieved 20 October 2021.
  5. ^ "柔佛哥打丁宜(Kota Tinggi)3天2夜,吃遍美食体验主题景点" [3 Days 2 Nights in Kota Tinggi, Johor. Eat All of the Foods and Experience All of the Attractions]. Asia Travel Book (in Chinese). Retrieved 20 October 2021.
  6. ^ Ahmad, Abu Talib (2015). Museums, History and Culture in Malaysia. NUS Press Singapore. p. 28. ISBN 9789971698195.
  7. ^ Nasir, Fadhillah Mohd; Hashim, Helena Aman (15–17 November 2017). The Archaeological Architecture of Kota Johor Lama. 2nd International Nusantara Cultural Heritage (INCH) Symposium. University of Bung Hatta: University of Malaya. p. 100. Retrieved 20 October 2021.