HISTORICALHISTORY OF LUMUT•Lumut is a coastal town in the state ofPerak,Malaysia.•It is the take off point to Pangkor Island and alsoPangkor Laut.•This little coastal town serves the local communitywhich largely made up royal navy.•Previously Lumut was known as Tanah Merah. .•According to the historical records, Tanah Merah(Lumut) is the location where ceremonial signingdelegating of Daerah Dinding to Kerajaan NegeriPerak.•This historic event happen on February 16, 1935 andin conjunction with this, Tanah Merah rename asLumut.•To commemorate the event, Masjid Al-Adly havebeen built in the city symbolize gratitude on thedelegation of Dinding colonies.•Lumut is well known for its beautiful shell and coralhandcraft
MORPHOLOGY . 1800-1900 •Development of shop houses along Jalan Sultan Idris Shah. Development of shop houses along Jalan Sultan Abdul Samad. . •Perjanjian Pangkor 1874 (in conjunction with Daerah Dinding delegation)Legend Undeveloped Area 1900-1950 Developed Area Road Proposed Site •Ceremonial signing delegation of Daerah Dinding to 4 Kerajaan Negeri Perak of February 16,1935. 3 2 . •Tanah Merah renamed as Lumut 1 •Erection of Masjid Al-Adly to commemorate the Daerah Dinding delegation. •Development of Navy Base, police station and post office.
MORPHOLOGY .Legend Undeveloped Area 1960-2000 Developed Area Road Proposed Site •Renovation of shop houses at Jalan Sultan Idris 4 Shah. Development of Taman Bukit Maju in 3 1992. . 2 1 •Development of Kampung Padang Tembak. Construction of Sekolah Methodist Acs, and SJK (C) Eng Ling Lumut.Legend 2000-2010 Undeveloped Area Developed Area Road •Land backfilling started on 2004 from Navy base, Proposed Site 4 to the waterfront, to the Marina Wing. Development of shop houses along Jalan Sultan 3 . Yusoff Izzudin. 2 1 •Recreational area and commercial buildings have been erected on the backfilled land to attract tourists. Construction of multi-storey car park, Sekolah Menengah Agama Al-Adly and vertical housing development .
MORPHOLOGY .Legend Undeveloped Area Developed Area Road Proposed Site 4 3 . 2 1 2011-PRESENT •Building extension of Valley Resort Condominium. •Land backfilling to the west of Lumut.
ARCHITECTURAL TIMELINE .1800 1850 1900 1950 2000 PRESENT TRADITIONAL COLONIAL MODERN HIGH-TECH
CULTURAL & COMMUNITY BACKROUNDRACESThe race graph shows that Malay is the dominantrace this site. Secondly Chinese, thirdly Indian andthe rest are non citizen, aborigins and others. B . C 15.5% 4% A D A : Uncle David Siva. B : Uncle Taib Ehsan, owner of restaurant in Jalan Sultan Idris Shah.“From the respondents, most of them said that the numberof Chinese peoples are more than other races. We are inform that C : Aunty Fatimah Baharom, D : Tourists near Jettyonly 10 Malay dwellers left in Kampung Titi Panjang.” resident in Kampung Lumut. Titi Panjang.
CULTURAL & COMMUNITY BACKROUNDECONOMYFrom our respondents data and Tourism CentreLumut, it can be classified through the pie chartbelow. The pie chart shows that economy from A Bgovernment sector give highest percentage foreconomy at Lumut. Business and estate have 30%and 20% only. Fisherman become the lowestpercentage than others.. . C D E F A : Stalls near Jetty Lumut. B : Restaurant in Jalan Pegawai. C : Groceries of sea product in D : Groceries sea product in Jalan Jalan Pegawai . Titi Panjang. E : Shops in Jalan Titi Panjang. F : Navy ship near Marina Wing.
CULTURAL & COMMUNITY BACKROUND The percentage of college students are the most highest than other rate of student. The percentage of kindergarten students are the most lowest rate. A B18.52% . C D A : Chinese school in Jalan Titi B : Sekolah Methodist ACS, Lumut. Panjang, Lumut. C : Sekolah Agama Al Adly, Lumut. D : SJK(C) Eng Ling, Lumut. Source : Department of Statistics, Malaysia 36.3%
CULTURAL & COMMUNITY BACKROUND The highest percentage of religions at Lumut is Islam. It’s dramatically decrease for Buddha and the lowest percentage is others religions A B 6.4%71.6% . C D E F A : Driving range beside Sekolah B : Masjid Al Adly, Lumut.“From the respondents, most of them said that the number Agama Al adly, Lumut.of Malay peoples are less than other races. Therefore, Muslims at C : Entrace of Masjid Al Adly, Lumut. D : View of chinese temple.Lumut was less compare other religious” E : Chinese temple in Jalan Titi F : Entrance of chinese temple, Lumut. Panjang.
CULTURAL & COMMUNITY BACKROUNDAGESThe graph bar shows that age below 20 is thedominant percentage of age in Lumut. Secondly agefrom 20 - 40 and the rest is above 40. 39.38%23.4% .37.14% Source : Department of Statistics, Malaysia.“From the respondents, most of them said that local resident inLumut majority are senior citizen. The youngsters migrate to towndue to job opportunities.”
• Senior Citizens are the majorities in Lumut, a lot of youngsters have migrated to the city for a better job opportunities.• Residents from Manjung and Sitiawan cometo Lumut for Commercial matters.• Business activities are the main activity here in Lumut. .
COMMUNITY BACKGROUNDRESIDENTIAL•There are a few government quarters; some are abandoned thatwere used to be Custom Officers’ residence. Other governmentquarters such as the MPM quarters, and abandoned JKR quartersare also available.•With the existence of the shop houses in the commercial areas, A Bsome quarters are needed to accommodate some city dwellerswho runs business here.•There are also a village; Kampung Titi Panjang which is one ofthe oldest village in Lumut.•New housing development; Taman Bukit Maju that wasdeveloped in the 90’s where there are terrace houses . C D Titi Panjang Damai Laut Apartment ApartmentLumut ValleyCondominium Taman Bukit Maju E F Legend A: The custom quarters along Jalan Titi Panjang Residential Areas B, C: Existing houses of the old Kampung Titi Panjang D, E: A traditional house in Kampung Titi Panjang. Proposed SIte F: The Lumut Valley Condominium
COMMUNITY BACKGROUNDCOMMERCIAL•Residents from Manjung and Sitiawan come to Lumut to runtheir business here as the attractions are quite strong here.•The main commercial activities in Lumut are Sea Products, A Brunning food business, and souvenirs.•There are some basic needs of business done here such asgrocery shop, workshop, remedy shop and many more. Lumut SuburbsLumut Town . C D Legend Commercial Areas E F Proposed SIte A: Souvenir Bazaar B; Old Shop Houses C, D : Famous Sea Product Shops E, F : Café and Food Courts
COMMUNITY BACKGROUNDRECREATIONAL & TOURISM•Recreational and Tourism parks are built during the early 2000when the development of Lumut started to convert the town tomaritime and tourism and town.•Pedestrian walkways, new shop lots which exhibits local culture A Band souvenirs, tourist information center, and massiverecreational parks or public places for people to interact.•The development of the facilities gives the new image of Lumuthence redefining the landscape of Lumut as a Maritime townand as the gateway to Pangkor Island. .Marina Wing C D Recreatonal Parks Esplanade and Tourist Info Cnter Driving Range Legend E F Recreational Parks A: Public Toliet Hotels Tourist Center B, C: Pedestrian Walkways and Parks D: Jetty Proposed SIte E: Marina Wing park F: TouristmAgency
COMMUNITY BACKGROUNDEDUCATIONAL•Lumut has 4 academic institutions. There are 3 primary schools;and a nursing college.•The schools are normally for the Lumut junior residents. Thenursing college adds the number temporary residents of Lumut. A B•The academic institutions are built periodically. The first is theEng Ling Chinese School beside the temple during the colonialperiod. The ACS Methodist School was built during the 60’s andthe Sekolah Agama Al-Adly was built in the 90’s. The Nursingcollege were built around the period. . Eng Ling Chinese School ACS Methodist School Sekolah Agama Al-Adly C A: ACS Methodist School B: Sekelah Agama Al Adly Legend C: Eng Ling Chinese School Educational Building Proposed SIte
COMMUNITY BACKGROUNDRELIGIOUS CENTRES•There are only 2 religious buildings in Lumut; Masjid Al-Adly byJalan Lumut and a Chinese Temple at the end of the road; by thejunction of Jalan Lumut to Jalan Titi Panjang. There are also aHindu Temple in the TLDM camp•There used to be a mosque in Kampung Titi Panjang. The newAl- Adly Mosque was built through some historical events Ahappen in Lumut. Chinese Temple . Al – Adly Mosque Legend B Commercial Areas Proposed SIte A : Masjid Al Adly B: Chinese Temple
SERVICES• As a basic town, Lumut has basic services such as a Post Office, a Police Station, a community hall, a bus station, a jetty and a custom office. These service buildings works as the backbone of the town. The service buildings are strategicly placed around the• The customs office is to accommodate the needs of Lumut as the maritime city. The existence of TLDM camp enhance the usage of the town as maritime city.Bus . Customs OfficeStationCommunityHallPoliceStation Legend Commercial Areas Proposed SIte
S.W.O.C . SITE 1 STRENGTH : LESS NOISE,CALM, NEAR TO POLICE STATION. WEAKNESS : LOT OF ABANDONED HOUSE, SOCIAL PROBLEM, UNSAFE ENVIRONMENT OPPORTUNITY : NEAR TO THE BUSINESS AREA. ATTRACTION FOR BUSINESSMAN. CONSTRAIN : LOW INTERACTION BETWEEN COMMUNITY
SITE 2STRENGTH :GOOD COMMUNICATION BETWEENCOMMUNITY ,LOT OF FACILITIES. Eg: school, mosque, busstation , templeWEAKNESS : WILD ANIMAL (BUSHES)OPPORTUNITY : PRODUCE GOOD COMMUNITY WITH AHEALTHY ENVIRONMENTCONSTRAIN : NOISE
S.W.O.C . SITE 3 STRENGTH : NEAR TO HISTORICAL PLACE ,“KEDAI HASIL LAUT” WEAKNESS : BLOCKED VIEW, OPPORTUNITY : PLACE FOR MALAY COMMUNITY CONSTRAIN : TANAH WAKAF, LIMITED FOR MALAY.
SITE 4STRENGTH :NEAR TO THE PUBLIC AREA. INTERESTING VIEW.WEAKNESS : LOW INTERACTION BETWEEN COMMUNITYOPPORTUNITY :CAN ATTRACT THE TOURIST WITH THE NICEVIEW.CONSTRAIN : COMPETE WITH THE OTHER NEAREST HOUSING.