Sultan Hussein Mohamed Shah (b. 1776/1777 – d. 1835, Malacca) a.k.a Tengku Long or Tengku Hussein, was the eldest son of Sultan Mahmud Shah, the last ruler of the Johore empire. As the eldest son, he was the rightful heir to the throne. He was bypassed for kingship that instead went to his younger brother Abdul Rahman. The British reinstated him as part of their strategy to gain a foothold in the Far East trade routes.