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Sabak, Malaysia

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Sabak, Malaysia

Sabak is the principal town of Sime Darby as well. Torkington Estate is one of the estates there that maintained under the Sime Darby plantation. Yet, this town is undergoes several infrastructures development such as shops, drainage systems and more.

Contents

  • Notable Attractions 1
  • Places of Worships 2
  • Facilities 3
  • Educations 4
  • Other Uses 5

Notable Attractions

Places of Worships

  • Masjid Jamek Sultan Hishamuddin
  • Lord Murugan Temple
  • Chinese Temple
  • Maahad Sultan Salahuddin Abd Aziz Shah

Facilities

Educations

  • SJK (T) Ladang Torkington - (Primary School)
  • SJK (C) Lum Hua - (Primary School)
  • SK Khir Johari - (Primary School)
  • Sekolah Kebangsaan Dr. Abdul Latiff - (Primary School)
  • Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra - (Secondary School)
  • Sekolah Menengah Ungku Aziz - (Secondary School)
  • Sekolah Agama Menengah Muhammadiah Pekan Sabak
  • Ministry of Higher Education (Malaysia)'s Polytechnic of Sultan Idris Shah (PSIS), Sg Lang
  • Institut Perakaunan Negara (IPN), Sg Lang
  • Institut Latihan Dan Dakwah Selangor (ILDAS), Sg Lang
  • Ministry of Higher Education (Malaysia)'s Community College of Sabak Bernam

Other Uses

Sabak is also name of a Hindi movie starring Shatrughan Sinha, released in 1973.

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