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<b>Tanjung Tuan</b> Light House | DrPlaces

Posted: 23 Oct 2004 05:00 PM PDT

The light house is situated 17km south of Port Dickson,Negeri Sembilan. Formerly known as Cape Rachado. The light house is 130 years old which built by the Portugese in 1860 to help ships passing the harbour.

Built by the Portuguese in the 16th century, the lighthouse still holds vigil today. But the lighthouse is no longer just a vantage point to view trade or enemy ships sailing close to the coast. It now houses a revolving MEASAT Radar used for transmissions and communications.

To get to the top of the lighthouse, you must ascend a beautiful but narrow, spiral staircase with 72 steps. A stone staircase behind the lighthouse also makes access to the lighthouse easier. Once on top, you can enjoy an unobstructed 360-degree view of the coastline as well as the woodlands of the mainland.

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Coastal rainforest – <b>Tanjung Tuan</b> - Rainforest Journal

Posted: 15 Mar 2010 06:52 AM PDT

Tanjung Tuan or Cape Rochado is a cape with a small stand of primary coastal rainforest standing there. It is situated in Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan, near the border with Melaka. The site is famous for being a stopover for migratory birds from Siberia and East Asia during their annual migratory flights. Raptors are commonly spotted during March, each year.

The forest reserve itself is just a relic patch of beach and coastal hill rainforest that hasn't been commercially logged. However, many traces of human activity can be seen inside the forest, and I bet the locals took some timber in the past for firewood, etc. All in all though, it is still "undisturbed" and pleasant trekking, if you want to venture into the trails. The entire forest is probably around 30+ hectares, or 80+ acres.

Tanjung Tuan is basically a hilly forested cape with a lighthouse at the top and a road leading to the summit and lighthouse. The lighthouse is closed most of the time, but there are trails leading down to the fairly pristine beaches below. There is even a small coral reef located offshore, it seems.

If you want to know how a primary coastal hill dipterocarp forest looks like in Peninsular Malaysia, Tanjung Tuan is one of the few remaining examples remaining on the West Coast. A nice little forest with an intact canopy and host to many small animals, birds, and insects. I hope it stays this way.

Tanjung Tuan forest reserve

The entrance to Tanjung Tuan forest reserve

Tanjung tuan road

The road that runs through Tanjung Tuan

Tanjung Tuan lighthouse

Tanjung Tuan or Cape Rochado lighthouse, dating back to the 16th century

Tanjung Tuan coastal hill forest

Tanjung Tuan coastal hill forest with a rocky shoreline

A type of kelat tree with papery bark

A type of kelat tree with papery bark similar to eucalyptus trees, near the summit.

Interior of Tanjung Tuan forest reserve

The interior of Tanjung Tuan forest reserve, resembling a lowland rainforest.

Coastal rainforest canopy

The intact coastal rainforest canopy of Tanjung Tuan, stands at more than 30 meters high.

Shorea leprosula

A fine example of Shorea leprosula, a dipterocarp tree. This one was nearly 40 meters tall.

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<b>Tanjung Tuan</b> akan terus dikekal sebagai Taman Laut - Mohamad <b>...</b>

Posted: 13 Dec 2013 10:11 AM PST

SEREMBAN 13 Dis. - Kawasan di Tanjung Tuan dekat Port Dickson akan terus dikekalkan sebagai Taman Laut dan terletak di bawah Peraturan-peraturan Perikanan (Kawasan Larangan)(Pindaan) (1994), yang mana mengutip dan memungut cangkerang, batu karang dan ikan adalah dilarang kecuali dengan kebenaran bertulis.

Menteri Besar, Datuk Seri Mohamad Hasan berkata, kawasan ini perlu dipelihara supaya kehidupan lautnya tidak terjejas, apatah lagi wujudnya batu karang dan ikan berkualiti tinggi di situ.

''Kerajaan negeri bersama Jabatan Taman Laut Malaysia memang bersetuju supaya Tanjung Tuan sebelah Port Dickson diwartakan sebagai Taman Laut dalam usaha melindungi, memulihara dan mengurus secara berterusan ekosistem marin terutamanya terumbu karang serta kehidupan dasar laut," katanya dalam Persidangan Ketiga (Belanjawan) Penggal Pertama Dewan Undangan Negeri (DUN) di sini hari ini.

Mohamad yang menjawab soalan tambahan Chai Tong Chai (PKR-Chuah) berkata, tidak semua pantai di Port Dickson mempunyai khazanah batu karang dan menjadi satu ancaman apabila wujud segelintir pihak yang merosakkan kehidupan akuakultur ini.

''Bila ada batu karang, maka banyak ikan. Apabila banyak ikan bermutu, ada pula pihak yang menjaring dan memukat ikan ini. Akibatnya, bukan sahaja ikan bermutu itu ditangkap, malah batu karang yang hidup di dalam dasar laut juga rosak dan musnah," tegasnya.

Bagaimanapun kata Mohamad, Jabatan Taman Laut Malaysia akan hanya mengeluar lesen berkala dan pada waktu tertentu bagi membolehkan penangkapan ikan dibuat di kawasan larangan ini.

Terdahulu, Tong Chai mengemukakan soalan lisan yang berkaitan dasar akuakultur negeri ini dan kesannya terhadap hasil pendapatan dan peluang ekonomi.

Kata Mohamad lagi, kerajaan negeri juga sentiasa memastikan pendapatan nelayan dipertingkatkan melalui pelepasan tukun tiruan di kawasan strategik bagi mengembangkan hasil akuakultur.

''Ini telah pun dilaksanakan sejak sekian lama dan nelayan terutamanya di Port Dickson sudah menikmati hasil daripada tukun tiruan ini," katanya lagi.

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