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Pasir Pelangi

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Pasir Pelangi

Pasir Pelangi

Pasir Pelangi is the royal village of Johor, Malaysia. It is situated near Stulang and Johor Bahru. This royal village was established in the early 1900s (decade) during the reign of Sultan Ibrahim of Johor. The main attractions of Pasir Pelangi are the several palaces situated here.

Notable places in Pasir Pelangi

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