The port of Kong and its surroundings are in the suburbs of Bandar Lengeh. There are several mosques and shops in the Kong, most of the Kang are followers of the Imam Shafa’i, and speak Persian, but their writings are in Arabic and they are letters and documents In Arabic. The port of Kong has facilities for electricians, plumbers, banks, mosques, water storage facilities (ponds), primary schools for girls and boys. Suburbs: A vast region of the central part of Bandar Lengeh city in Hormozgan province, south of Iran. The center of the suburbs is the Port of Kong, a port on the seafront, which ships are either side by side or anchored to take off or load their boat. Kong history In the old days, the city of Kong was one of the most important centers of the Portuguese government, when the Portuguese dominated the Persian Gulf and the region, they built an anchorage in the Kang, with their large ships hanging around, and also built a great castle that was the seat of their command. The remains of the castle remain on the seafront, when the water drains the waters around the remains of the fortress, but when the sea water is tidal, a large part of the castle appears, the fort in front of the people of Kong is known as the Portuguese fortress. population The population of the city of Kong, according to the Population and Housing Census, was 14894 in 2006. The way to the castle of Lashkan The story is from the Portuguese castle to the castle of Lashtan, which is located above the wells of the well. The underground part of this way, like the tunnel, and from the Kong to the Castle of Lashtan, especially during the war and the passion, was also stored in this way. And for those who were fortunate in the Castle of Lashtan. Kong Muggle In the old days in the port of Kong, there were 30 large ships under the auspices of the prominent patrons of the sea, with long seafaring trips to India, Africa, Basra, Mumbasa, and Mohamereh, and merchants such as Palma, Alvard, Almastiki, Jowz, And Luz, Sajda, took to India and Africa and Mombasa, and from there, they brought timber and textiles to the port of Kong. Sometimes, these ships flew to an area called Qurman at the head of the Qeshm Island, and then they continued their journey after a while, stopped, and then went to repair their ships. Pond sea
Outside of the city of Kong, there is a very large water reservoir (pond) called the “Sea of Dreams of the State”, due to the unimaginable magnitude of the “Sea of Government” pond, due to the size of this pond only half-roof And its ceiling is not perfect, like other ponds with full ceilings. The old Kang houses are made of stones and gypsum, and there are overhead bubbles above them, especially the business houses that used to live in the port of Kong.