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Alor Tajar

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Alor Tajar

Alor Tajar
Country  Malaysia
State  Kedah
District Kota Setar

Alor Tajar is also known to locals as Tajar. Is a subdistict, located in the southeast of Alor Setar, Kedah, Malaysia and borders the district Pendang in the east.

This district is located adjacent to Derga parish, Pendang and Pokok Sena districts. There are Kampong 29 parishes in this area. The total area is 44,988 km2. Most of the land is used for agriculture, such as paddy cultivation. The population is of 6.966 people and a number of dwellings estimated to reach 1.652.


  • Infrastructure Facilities 1
  • Road Networks 2
  • Village List 3
  • Other Facilities 4

Infrastructure Facilities

  • Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Tajar
  • Sekolah Kebangsaan Darul Hikmah (formerly SK Tok Sibil).
  • Sekolah Kebangsaan Gelam
  • Kuarters SMK Tajar.

Road Networks

  • Jalan Datuk Kumbar
  • Jalan Alor Mengkudu
  • Jalan Titi Haji Idris
  • Jalan Kampung Jelai
  • Jalan Kampung Tok Keling

Village List

  • Kampung Alor Binjal
  • Kampung Pulau Binjal
  • Kampung Bok-Bok
  • Kampung Gelam
  • Kampung Jelai
  • Kampung Padang
  • Kampung Tok Sibil
  • Kampung Tok Keling

Other Facilities

There are not much facilities in the villagers here.

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