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Pagoh[1] is a town in the Muar district of Johor, Malaysia. Pagoh is accessible via one of the main interchanges on the North-South Expressway, the major expressway on the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia. There are several federal government institutions in that town, including Institut Kemahiran Belia Negara (IKBN) and Malaysian National Service Nasuha Camp.


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  • References 4
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Primary education is provided by several primary schools in Pagoh. One example is SJKC (national type Chinese school) Soon Mong which is approximately 50 years old. One of the secondary schools in Pagoh is SMK Sultan Alauddin Riayat Shah I (SARS1), named after the sultan of Malacca who died in Pagoh.

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  1. ^ "Pagoh". Retrieved 13 Aug 2013. 

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