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Jambatan Sultan Abdul Jalil Shah

Sungai Perak Bridge
Jambatan Sultan Abdul Jalil Shah
Official name Sultan Abdul Jalil Shah Bridge
Carries Motor vehicles, pedestrians
Crosses Perak River
Locale Jalan Kuala Kangsar-Ipoh
Maintained by Malaysian Public Works Department (JKR) Kuala Kangsar
Designer Malaysian Public Works Department (JKR)
Design arch bridge
Total length 330 m
Longest span
Constructed by Malaysian Public Works Department (JKR)
Opened June 2002

The Sultan Abdul Jalil Shah Bridge (Malay: Jambatan Sultan Abdul Jalil Shah) is one of two bridges that cross the Perak River in Kuala Kangsar, Perak in Malaysia. The other bridge is the Iskandariah Bridge.

The bridge connects the town of Kuala Kangsar with Sayong village, spanning 330 meters across the river. It was officially opened by the Sultan of Perak, Sultan Azlan Shah in June 2002.

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