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Title: Saleng  
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Subject: Kulaijaya District, Kulai Municipal Council, Tanjung Langsat, Pekan Nanas, Kota Iskandar, Johor
Collection: Populated Places in Johor, Towns and Suburbs in Kulaijaya District
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Saleng is located in Malaysia
Country Malaysia
State Johor
Local Authorities Majlis Perbandaran Kulai (MPKu, Kulai Municipal Council)
Elevation 36.88 m (121 ft)
 • Total Senai, Saleng = 92,223
Time zone MST (UTC+8)
 • Summer (DST) Not observed (UTC)

Saleng is a town in Kulaijaya, Johor, Malaysia.


  • Location 1
  • Demography 2
  • Administration 3
  • Population 4


Saleng is located in the Kulaijaya District, in close proximity to Kulai. The town is not far from Senai International Airport (Sultan Ismail International Airport) only about 7–8 km. Saleng developed from a small new village named (Kampung Baru) into a small town with many new development projects and a township plan.

Saleng Chinese Primary School


Saleng has a primary school(S.J.K(C)Saleng), a shopping mall, TJ Mart, TJ food court, a famous masjid jamek, and a 24-hours fastfood restaurant. A zoo is located in Saleng, on the main road. The zoo has already been closed by the authorities. Federal Route . Foon Yew High School Kulai Campus and Johor Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC) are also near the town.


Saleng is administered by Pejabat Daerah Kulaijaya and Kulai Municipal Council (Majlis Perbandaran Kulai)


Primary ethnic groups: Malay, Chinese, Indian. Most of the residents are Chinese, the Chinese community speaks mainly the Hakka dialect.

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