November 19, 2019

Megalith Datuk Tua – A Melaka Version of Stonehenge

A Stonehenge
stonehenge

A megalith is a large stone which has been used to construct a structure or monument, either alone or together with other stones. Megalithic means structures made of such large stones, utilizing an interlocking system without the use of mortar or cement.

Before going to Wiltshire England, I suggest you to drop by at Alor Gajah Melaka. Located at Cerana Putih Village Simpang Ampat, here you can witness an ancient megalith stone. Local Authority has gazette the places and named it Megalith Datuk Tua. This stone maybe dated back to pre-historic world. After seeing the stone then try visit Stonehenge in England, maybe you can find a connection… I dont know.

Megalith Datuk Tua, Alor Gajah Melaka the common thing Between Stonehenge is the “Stone”
megalith datuk tua

There are 100 of megalith stone scattered around this place. The size is not equivalent from stone to stone but not as huge as Stonehenge in England. The local community believe that the stone are ancient grave and old folks says its haunted. They believed that the stone are alive because it is growing all this years. Also shining like a lamp at night. Hmm sound spooky enough.

Megalith Datuk Tua in the bushes.
megalith datuk tua

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Hi, I'am Asmaliana, I work at Tourism Melaka. I love my state, Melaka, the world heritage city by UNESCO. Don't Mess With Melaka.

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2 thoughts on “Megalith Datuk Tua – A Melaka Version of Stonehenge

  1. where can i get more info on thd megalith stones in malaysia?
    I’ve seen a few in my hometown, negeri sembilan and also in melaka, but there aren’t much of info or research has been done for this.Im interested

  2. Dear Ms Lunia Anileda,

    For more information about megalith stones, you can contact
    Jabatan Warisan Negara. I just know one of their officer Mr. Shidi and you can call
    him at this number 0162497755. tq

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