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Alor Gajah

Alor Gajah
District of Malaysia
Country  Malaysia
State Malacca
Seat Alor Gajah
 • District officer Haji Hassim bin Ismail
 • Total 660 km2 (250 sq mi)
Population (2001)
 • Total 141,850
 • Density 210/km2 (560/sq mi)

Alor Gajah is a town and district in Malacca, Malaysia. Alor Gajah is also a parliamentary constituency of Malacca State. It borders Tampin to the north. This district has a railway station at Pulau Sebang Town about 10 kilometres from the town area. It also borders Jasin and Central Malacca:

Local jurisdiction

Majlis Perbandaran Alor Gajah (MPAG) or Alor Gajah Municipal Council is the local municipal council in charge of this town.

Alor Gajah is 699.3 km2, which is equivalent to 66,302 hectares. It consists of 31 mukim (sub-districts):

  • Lendu
  • Lubok China
  • Masjid Tanah
  • Ramuan Cina Kecil
  • Sungai Baru Tengah
  • Kuala Sungai Baru
  • Sungai Baru Hilir
  • Brisu
  • Bandar Alor Gajah
  • Tanjung Rimau
  • Padang Sebang
  • Belimbing
  • Parit Melana
  • Paya Rumput
  • Tampin
  • Pegoh
  • Kelemak
  • Taboh Naning
  • Melekek
  • Rambai
  • Rembia
  • Hutan Percha
  • Pulau Sebang
  • Tebong
  • Kemuning
  • Gadek
  • Machap
  • Melaka Pindah
  • Durian Tunggal
  • Sungai Petai
  • Sungai Baru Ulu
  • Sungai Udang
  • Beringin
  • Air Pa'abas
  • Sungai Siput
  • Ramuan Cina Besar
  • Sungai Buluh
  • Kuala Linggi
  • Kampung Paya Datuk
  • Melekek
  • Simpang Ampat

Notable places


  • Majlis Perbandaran Alor Gajah

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