About Ledang

Tangkak, Ledang.

Tangkak, Ledang.

Tangkak is a district capital of Ledang (was Muar Utara), situated in the northern part of Johor. It lies in close proximity to the neighbouring state of Melaka, especially to Jasin town. Ledang district covers the area at the northern side of Muar River. These below villages and towns are falling under the jurisdiction of […]

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Muar History & Story

Muar History

Muar History

Map of Muar drawn by the Portuguese in 1604. This map described Muar as a port. A triangular shaped fort was built by the Portuguese named FORTALEZA DE MUAR to defend from the attacks of Dutch and Aceh at Sungai Bentayan. This fort went through only two battles at Muar river in 1615 and 1616. […]

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Muar History & Story

Relics of historic Muar

Relics of historic Muar

MUAR: Kings of the roads! Yes, they were indeed. But those days are gone and the trishaws in this historic town are fast turning into “relics”. Only a few are willing to “hire” the trishaws as there are other faster and more comfortable public rides on buses and cabs. Decades ago, there were hundreds of […]

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Heritage

Historical Assets In Muar

Historical Assets In Muar

Old buildings in Muar are part of our history and cultural with each building having its own story. Most of these stories are etched in the older generation’s memories or may have drifted away with the passage of time. Old buildings are in fact historical assets of the society but they are always neglected. Can […]

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