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Contents

Introduction ........................................................ 3

Taman Wawasan ............................................... 4 - 7

Taman Wetland ................................................. 8 - 11

Taman Botani ..................................................... 12 - 15

Taman Warisan Pertanian ................................. 16 - 19

Taman Putra Perdana ....................................... 20 - 23

Taman Saujana Hijau ........................................ 24 - 27

Taman Pancarona ............................................ 28 - 31

Taman Rimba Alam .......................................... 32 - 35

Taman Cabaran ............................................... 36 - 39

Taman Selatan .................................................. 40 - 43

Taman Ekuestrian .............................................. 44 - 47

The China - Malaysia


Friendship Garden ............................................. 48 - 51

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Introduction

Guided by the “City in the Garden” concept, Putrajaya


is planned to conserve and utilize its existing undulating
contour for landscaped purpose-gardens, lake and
parks. Existing hills and into metropolitan parks forming
green lungs within the city’s landscaped framework.
In addition, green corridors that comprise urban
parks, pocket parks, waterfront parks and squares are
created in line with Putrajaya’s “City in the Garden”
theme. Once completed there will be 12 Parks of
different themes in the city. From formal urban parks
and botanical gardens to the man-made fresh water
wetlands and tropical rainforest, they contribute to the
rich Diversity of character and activities in Putrajaya.

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Taman Wawasan

The parks surround The Wisma Putra building and is one


of the nearest parks within the city proper at the northern
section n of the Core Island area in Section 2. The park is
bordered by Putrajaya Lake on one side, while along the
Western Side is the hard edged city fabric of Persiaran
Perdana. Conceptualised as the principle of Metropolitan
Park mainly because of its location, it offers various
attraction such as the hibiscus lawn, promenade, jogging
trails and shelters. Covered by dense vegetation and
rubber trees. Taman Wawasan is a perfect place to slip
away to enjoy the natural splendor within the city proper.

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Type of Park
Recreational Park

Activities
Visitors can relax in gazebos and rest areas dotting pedestrian
walkways, jogging and bicycle tracks across parks. There is also
Pebble Beach by the Putrajaya lakeside provides a beach-like
ambience, ideal for those who enjoy picnicking and frolicking
in shallow waters.

Facilities
Among the facilities and attraction provided in the park are,
Three Theme Adventure Playground (Parks, Water, Forest). Park
Promenade, Hibiscus Courtyard, Amphitheatre, Light Beacons,
Gazebos (Wakaf) and Shelters, Jogging Tracks and Headlands
Area.

Entry Fees
Free admission to the garden.

Opening Hour
Taman Wawasan is open daily from 7.00 am – 7.00 pm

Address
Taman Wawasan Putrajaya
Precint 2, 62602 Putrajaya Malaysia

Contact
Telephone : 603-8887 7163 / 013-628 3558 (Nur Mazilawati)
Fax : 603-8887 5026

GPS Coordinate
2.931064, 101.690768
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Taman Wetland

Taman Wetland is another success story of Putrajaya


boasting the largest constructed fresh water wetland
in the tropics. Over the years, it has developed into
more than a “water filter” for the Putrajaya Lake; It
has successfully sustained a balanced ecosystem with
lush vegetation, attracting a variety of wildlife to this
terrestrial-aquatic wetland environment.

With a total area of 197 hectares, Taman Wetland


consists of Wetlands Park and the Lake Recreational
Centre. Taman Wetlands is a public park that serves as a
gateway to the wetlands as well as a wildlife sanctuary.
Provided with well designed roads and trails, the most
visited spots are the Look-out Tower, Nature Interpretative
Centre and the Flamingo Pond. The Lake Recreational
Centre on the other hand serves as a centre for water
recreational activities, proven to be most suitable for
boat fishing, boating and canoeing. The lake also serves
as a habitat for a variety of local fish species.

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Taman Wetland is becoming increasingly popular as an
ecotourism destination. The variety of activities offered,
Biodiversity, open spaces and public amenities make
the Wetlands as an attractive destination for passive
recreational, educational and social activities. Several
species of local marshland birds and water birds
including the Little Egret, Little Green Heron, Cinnamon
Bitten and migratory birds from the Northern Hemisphere
have been spotted here. Binoculars will come in handy
for bird watching.

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Type of Park
Natural and Recreational Park

Activities
There are lots of interesting and challenging activities at Taman
Wetland, such as Education Module for the primary students,
Guided Tour of Park (Nature Interpretation Centre (NIC), Viewing
Deck, Flamingo Pond, Wetland Cell and Nature Trail). Self
Guided Tour, Exploration Activities (Scavenger Hunt, Wetland
Treasure Hunt, Aquatic Treasure Hunt), Kayak Workshop, Water
Rafting, Lake Crossing and Fishing.

Facilities
Among the facilities and attractions provided in the park are
Bicycle Rental, Tram Ride, Duffy Boat, Canoe, Kayak, Rowing,
Paddle Boat, Binoculars and Wetland Park Camping Centre.
Taman Wetlands also has site facilities like Padang Semarak,
Padang Merbuk, Taman Palma, Flamingo Pond, BBQ site and
Wakaf that people can rent for Weddings, Sports Day, Family
Day, and other corporate or private events.
Entry Fees
Free admission to the garden. But, the charges for the services
and facilities are based on type of services and will be charged
on and hourly basis.

Operation Hours
Park : Daily 7.00 am - 7.00 pm
(including public holidays)
Nature Interpretation Centre : Daily 9.00 am– 6.00 pm
(including public holidays)

Address
Taman Wetland Putrajaya,
Precint 13, 62300 Putrajaya Malaysia.

Contact
Telephone : 603 – 8887 7773
Fax : 603 – 8887 5026
Email : tw@ppj.gov.my/putrajayawetland@gmail.com

GPS Coordinate
2.963822, 101.696802

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Taman Botani

Putrajaya’s Taman Botani extends over 92 hectares of


land and is one of the largest botanical gardens in the
country with over 700 species of plants from over 90
tropical countries in South America, Africa, and the Asia
Pacific regions. The garden is divided into three main
sections; Ornamental Garden Sections, Ethno-Botanical
Garden Section and Conservation Cum Research
Section. Ornamental Garden Section consists of 13
thematic gardens such as vine garden, fern garden, sun
garden and palm hill. Located within Precinct 1, the park
is highly accessible via private or public transportation
hence it is often used as a venue for environmental
education programs, recreational activities, research
and as an ecotourism destination. Exploring the park
is made easy by the availability of the tram rides,
bicycles for hire, guided tours and an excellent network
for pedestrian trails. This botanical garden also houses
a living plant collection and plant specimens at the
Nursery Complex for research purposes.

The Moroccan Pavilion offers a quiet and cool place for


contemplation and reflection while enjoying the variety
of exhibits brought over from the Islamic Civilization.
Other attractions include the Putrajaya Seafood
Restaurant, Visitors Interpretative Centre and Explorer’s
Trail.

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Type of Park
Recreational Park

Activities
At Botanical Garden visitors can experience activities like
Garden Guided Tour, a visit to Morocco pavilion, Exploration
Activities, (Walk&Hunt, Cycle&Hunt, Explorace, Morpho Hunt)
and educational module.

Facilities
Among the facilities and attractions provided in the park are
Bicycle Rental, Tram Ride and souvenir shop, Botanical Garden
also has site rental like Lakeside Activity Area, Vine Garden,
Rainshelter, and Lake Cabana, Garden View (VIC), Putrajaya
Seafood Restaurant and Exit Plaza.

Entry Fees
Free admission to the garden, while entry to the Moroccan
Pavilion is RM 3 for individual and RM 1 for students. But the
charges for the service and facilities are based on type of
service and will be charges on hourly basis.

Operation Hours
Park : Daily 7.00 am – 7.00 pm
(including public holidays)

Visitation Interpretation Centre : 9.00 am – 6.00 pm


(Monday - Friday)
9.00 am - 7.00 pm
(Weekends, School and
Public Holidays)

Address
Taman Botani Putrajaya
Precint 1, 62000 Putrajaya Malaysia

Contact
Telephone : 603- 8887 7770
Fax : 603- 8887 5037
Email : botani@ppj.gov.my

GPS Coordinate
2.945534, 101.692184

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Taman Warisan Pertanian

Taman Warisan Pertanian or The Agriculture Heritage


Park is located within the southern part of Precinct 16.
The park showcases the development of Malaysia’s
commercial agriculture through the centuries. This
includes rubber trees, oil palms, coffee, tea, cocoa,
fruits, herbs, and spices. The parks spreads over 14,4
hectares with more than 170 plants and tree species.
This park becomes an attractive and educational parks
where visitors can have a hands on experience through
agriculture activities conducted by park facilitator.
Visitor can experience kampung ambience of rubber
tapping and processing. Among the attractions here
are the visitor’s complex, food court, orchard, herbs and
spices track, rubber plot and viewing deck overlooking
scenic view of Putrajaya.

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Type of Park
Eatery, Agriculture and Recreational Park.

Activities
Most of the activities that are conducted at this are based on
agricultural. The park has Agro and Education Activities like
Rubber Tapping and Processing Demonstration, Agro Hunt,
Traditional Games, Agrotelematch, Rubber Art and Colouring
and Drawing. For students, The Park offers the Education
Module that will be conducted in Bahasa Melayu or English.

Facilities
The Agriculture Heritage Park offers such Facilities like Food
& Beverages, Visitor Complex, Viewing Deck, Herbs& Spices
Track, Fruit Orchard, Rubber Plot, Facilities for Disable People,
Surau and Souvenir Shops. As for the rentals facilities, they have
Viewing Deck, Small Holder House, Medan Tani, and Garcinia
Room.

Entry Fees
Free admission to the garden is RM 2 per adult and free
admission for children.

Operation Hours
Visitor Complex (Kompleks Pelawat) : 7.00 am – 11.00 pm
(Monday-Friday)
Life Kitchen (Penanggah) :
Orchard (Dusun Buah- Buahan) : Daily 9.00 am - 5.30 pm
Life Kitchen (Penanggah) : Daily 7.00 am – 11.00 pm
* Open daily except on the first and second day of Hari Raya Aidilfitri
and Hari raya Aidil Adha

Address
Taman Warisan Pertanian Putrajaya
No 7 JAlan P16,
Precinct 16,
62150 Putrajaya Malaysia.

Contact
Telephone : 603- 8887 7772
Fax : 603- 8887 5038
Email : twp@ppj.gov.my/tamanwarisanpertanian@gmail.com

GPS Coordinate
2.927503, 101.700983

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Taman Putra Perdana

Taman Putra Perdana let visitors to immerse in the beauty


of nature is an urban setting. Situated at the highest
point in Precinct 1, the park is known as one of the best
places to enjoy a panoramic view of Putrajaya. It has
an area of about 62.4 hectares and is surrounded by
Persiaran Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah. The park
act as a buffer between the natural zone to the north
and the office and commercial to the development to
the South and East.

The main attraction of the Park is the Putrajaya Landmark


or “Mercu Tanda” : Perhaps one of the most well kept
secrets of Putrajaya. It is the first national monument to
be built in Putrajaya. The construction was to celebrate
the country’s achievement in conjunction with the
establishment of Putrajaya in 1995. The landmark,
beautifully lined with trees and water fountains,
symbolises the beginning of Putrajaya with its futuristic
capture and time capsule storing official documents
on the history of Putrajaya. Other attractions include a
fragrant herbal garden, jogging track, flower garden
and gazebos.

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Type of Park
Recreational Park.

Activities
Jogging and bicycle tracks and picnicking and photography.

Facilities
Mercu Tanda Plaza, Entrance Plaza, Terrace Garden, Casket
Plaza, Perdana Mall, Fragrant Garden, Gazebos and Wakaf.

Entry Fees
Free admission to the garden.

Operation Hours
Monday-Friday : 7.00 am – 8.00 pm
Weekends, School and Public Holidays : 7.00 am – 10.00 pm

Address
Taman Putra Perdana Putrajaya
Precint 1, 62000 Putrajaya Malaysia.

Contact
Telephone : 603- 8000 8000
Fax : 603- 8887 5000
Email : www.ppj.gov.my

GPS Coordinate
2.941818, 101.695646

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Taman Saujana Hijau

Seeming like a coniferous forest, the evergreen pines


and its surrounding mild colours is a constant welcoming
sight with views worth the hike in what appears to be
tropical high country in Putrajaya. There are not many
‘high country’ locations within the state and Taman
Saujana Hijau is ultimately poses easy and accessibility
and suitable for all ages. It’s wide walkways for running
and cycling lanes encircle and pass through the park
either shrouded with glistening dew in the morning,
circling with raptors catching thermal heat in the
afternoon, and laced with gentle breezes throughout
the day. It is only when you are maneuvering yourself
at a slower pace that you will find various look out spots
affording views of the city.

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Type of Park
Recreational Park.

Activities
Jogging and cycling ,picnicking and photography.

Facilities
Jogging track, Cycling track and toilet

Entry Fees
Free admission to the garden.

Operation Hours
7.00 am – 12.00 pm

Address
Taman Saujana Hijau Putrajaya
Precint 11, 62300 Putrajaya Malaysia.

Contact
Telephone : 603- 8000 8000
Fax : 603- 8887 5000
Email : www.ppj.gov.my

GPS Coordinate
2.963212, 101.676779

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Taman Pancarona

In comparison to other parks in Putrajaya, this 16.8 ha.


Park holds a unique position as a park with the most
comprehensive sports facilities. This includes a half-
Olympic size football stadium and courts for futsal,
basketball, volleyball, netball and ‘sepak takraw’
besides the usual jogging tracks and exercise stations.
Open daily from morning till 11.00 pm, this park is a
popular venue for various community activities and
family day activities. The mini stadium and naturally
terraced open sitting area able to accommodate up to
1000 spectators at any given time.

As the park is envisioned as a handicapped-friendly


park, ramps are designed with the gentlest of slopes
allowing smooth pedestrian movements throughout the
park.

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Type of Park
Sports and Recreational Park.

Activities
Jogging and bicycle tracks, picnicking and photography.

Facilities
Sports facilities such as Football Field, 2 Futsal/Basketball
Courts, 2 Netball Courts, 4 Sepak Takraw Courts, 3 Volleyball
Courts, Audience Grandstand that can accommodate up to
800 spectators, Surau, Changing Room, Car and Motorcycle
Parking Lot, Male and Female Restroom, VIP Room and P.A
system.

Entry Fees
Based on sports facilities usage

Operation Hours
8.00 am – 12.00 pm

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Address
Taman Pancarona Putrajaya
Precint 3, 62675 Putrajaya Malaysia.

Contact
Telephone : 603- 8887 7769
Fax : 603- 8887 5022
Email : www.ppj.gov.my

GPS Coordinate
2.915479, 101.688901

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Taman Rimba Alam

Taman Rimba Alam is the latest addition to Putrajaya’s


parks and gardens. Nestled between Precincts 14
and 15 on the eastern section of Putrajaya, the park
is bordered by the Diplomatic Enclave and residential
developments. Conceptualised as a showcase of
urban forestry, it combines a tropical forest ecosystem,
flowing streams and park facilities such as nature trails
and viewing platform. The park is also dedicated to
educate the public and for that particular purpose, an
Educational Centre is established.

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Type of Park
Metropolitan Recreational Park

Activities
Jungle tracking

Facilities
The facilities provided in the park are Administration Building,
information Centre/Forest Education Centre, Camping
Ground, Forest Trail/Footpath. Shelters/Viewing Platform,
Putrajaya Stable and Mounted Police Stable.

Entry Fees
Free admission to the garden

Operation Hours
7.00 am – 7.00 pm

Address
Taman Rimba Alam Putrajaya
Precint 15, 62675 Putrajaya Malaysia.

Contact
Telephone : 603- 8000 8000
Fax : 603- 8887 5026
Email : www.ppj.gov.my

GPS Coordinate
2.939345, 101.718286

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Taman Cabaran

Taman Cabaran is a park that takes physical activities


to the extreme. The newly opened 46.73ha park offers
an opportunity for more active recreation such as
jogging, mountain biking, grass slope play activities
and adventurous pursuits for children. Premised on the
theme ‘Challenge Park’, this park is positioned as an
active recreation centre within the setting of a ‘natural’
environment. The centre for extreme sports competition
and organized training offers physically challenging
activities amidst facilities that would position Putrajaya
as a venue for world class competitions.

Incorporating three keys elements – Wall Climbing


Complex, Skate Park and Bike Trail, this sports park
is probably the largest of its kind in South East Asia.
No effort has been spared to ensure that the park’s
natural topography has remained intact while its
design conforms to international standards. Facilities
for extreme sports are a big draw in this park together
with walking and jogging trails, mountain bike trails, wall
climbing, skate board facilities and inline skating park.

However, along the ridge, look out points, pavilions,


sheltered rest areas and viewing towers complement
and afford spots for rest and relaxation while low gradient
walking trails offer a horde of passive recreational
activities. The park also contributes as an educational
resource by encouraging the study of nature with its
natural habitat walks, interpretive information boards
and observatory.
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Type of Park
Sports and Recreational Park

Activities
Skateboarding, Wall Climbing, Cycling and Inline Skating

Facilities
Extreme Sport Facilities (Climbing Sport), Extreme Sport Facilities
(Sliding Sport), Extreme Bike Route, Thrill Park
• Facilities at Extreme Sport Facilities (Climbing Sport)
Climbing Hall, Administration Office, Toilet, Pro Shop,
Emergency Room, Sauna, Store, Workshop, Surau and
Café.

• Facilities at Extreme Sport Facilities (Sliding Sport)


Sliding Sport Arena, Thrill Park, Extreme Bike Route,
Administration Office, Bicycle Washing Area, Bicycle
Rental Shop, Amphitheatre, Toilet, Pro Shop, Emergency
Room, Information Centre, VIP Room, Store, Workshop,
Surau and Café.

Entry Fees
Based on sports facilities usage.

Operation Hours
Sliding Sport/Skate Park : 10.00 am – 7.00 pm
(Monday – Thursday)
: 10.00 am – 11.00 pm (Friday – Sunday)

Climbing Sport : 10.00 am – 8.00 pm (Monday,


Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday)
: 10.00 am – 10.00 pm
(Wednesday, Friday and Saturday)

Address
Kompleks Sukan Lasak Putrajaya (Sukan Luncur)
Taman Cabaran, Jalan P5,
Presint 5, 62200 Putrajaya Malaysia.

Contact
Telephone : 016-621 8463 (Bazli)
Fax : 603- 8887 5022
Email : www.ppj.gov.my

GPS Coordinate
2.889332, 101.665406

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Taman Selatan

Located at the southern tip of Putrajaya, a green spread


of 194.15 ha welcomes the visitors via roads that make
driving into the park a breeze, disguising the fact that
this park is dedicated as a cemetery and memorial park.
Taking into account the diverse cultural heritage that
symbolizes Malaysia’s population, 90.26 ha of its area is
allocated for cemeteries, proportionately determined
by the demographics of the population. Here, the
design and layout of each cemetery look into religious
sensitivities and considerations that are an integral part
of each religion.
The development of Taman Selatan is outlined as two
distinct components – a recreational park that offers
outdoor facilities for residents living in the vicinity as well
as areas for places of worship and areas demarcated
as cemeteries that cater to the various religions.

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Type of Park
Cemetery Park

Activities
Funeral

Facilities
Burial grounds for Muslims, Christians, Buddhists, and Hindus,
Muslim prayer hall (Musalla), Crematorium, Religious Pavilions,
Staff Housing, Administration Building and Memorial Centre
housing a Memorial Wall and Exhibition Area.

Operation Hours
9.00 am – 6.00 pm

Address
Taman Selatan Putrajaya
Presint 20, 63000 Putrajaya Malaysia.

Contact
Telephone : 603- 8887 7674
Fax : 603- 8887 5022

GPS Coordinate
2.884184, 101.673723

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Putrajaya Equestrian Park (Taman Ekuestrian
Putrajaya)

Hidden at the edge of Taman Puncak Selatan (near


PICC) is Putrajaya’s world-class equestrian centre
known as ‘Taman Ekuestrian Putrajaya’ (TEP). This new
equine venue is set within 70-acres of attractive lush
greenery, providing a new environment and facilities
for public riding, equestrian and polo competitions. In
2006 TEP hosted the Premier Cup Series, one of the most
anticipated equestrian events in Malaysia’s equestrian
calendar, drawing more than 30 participating local and
international equine clubs to Putrajaya.

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Riding School

Riding School Tel : 03-8881 1271


Direct Line Fax: 03-8888 8699

Operations Hours Tuesday - Sunday


7.45 am - 11.45 am
4.15 pm - 7.15 pm
(Close on Monday)

Mangiamo Cafe

Mangiamo! Cafe Tel : 03-8881 1270


Direct Line

Operations Hours BreakFast


8.00 am - 10.30 am

Ala Carte
10.30 am - 9.30 pm

Address
Taman Ekuestrian Putrajaya, Precint 5, 62200 Putrajaya, Wilayah
Persekutuan Putrajaya Malaysia.

Contact
Tel: 603-8888 6080
Fax: 603-8888 8699
Email: tepenquiries@arlglobal.com.my

GPS Coordinate
2.896114, 101.684638

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The China-Malaysia Friendship Garden

The China-Malaysia Friendship Garden is a Lingnan-


styled garden complete with distinctive Chinese
elements and character, located at Anjung Floria in
Precinct 4, Putrajaya. The overall plan of the garden is
based on the style of a Lingnan Garden that comprises
six major elements – mountain, water, stone, building,
calligraphy and plants.

Paved with coloured bricks and stones, with winding


corridors, luxuriant trees, flourishing flowers, exquisite
courtyards, and a pavilion reserved for renowned
calligraphers and painters, this garden stands erected
as a testimony to the long-lasting friendship between
China and Malaysia.

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Address
China-Malaysia Friendship Garden
Lebuh Sentosa
Presint 4
62250 Putrajaya, Malaysia

Putrajaya Floria Sdn Bhd


Unit No. 1.1C &1.1D, Level 1, Block A Chancery Place Building
Precinct 15, 62050 Putrajaya

Contact Information
Phone: +603.8893.1967
Fax : +603.8893.6590
Email : info@floriaputrajaya.com.my
FB : putrajayafloria

GPS Coordinate
2.912707, 101.6773

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