Designed to showcase and commemorate the glory of the Johor Sultanate which began after the fall of the ancient Malacca Empire to the Portuguese in 1511, construction of the Kota Tinggi Museum began in 1997, and it was open to the public in 2002.
The last fortress of the retreat Malacca Sultanate soldiers before it falls during the attack of the Portuguese in the 15th century situated at the Sungai Bentayan, where the Bentayan Express Bus Station located now.
Deadly name as it may sound but the taste of it would just make you love to call for another bowl. A dish that can be found only at Batu Pahat, mee racun (poison noodle) basically a famous noodle in a spicy tomato-based gravy, tofu and it comes with a
This is basically a museum that enshrine historical facts about how the authority back then struggled to fight the notorious attack by communist towards Bukit Kepong police station during the emergency period. Have a visit to the museum and learn more about Bukit Kepong’s history and at the same time