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Kampung Melayu Majidee is a Malay settlement housing area in the city of Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia, situated on a hilly areas with a stream of Sungai Sebulong connecting to Sungai Pandan on Straits of Tebrau coast. It is 8 kilometers (5 miles) north-east of Johor Bahru, 16 kilometers to from Ulu Tiram on the further north-east, 30 kilometers from the Johor Senai Airport which is located at the north-west, and 360 kilometers (200 miles) away from Kuala Lumpur, the capital city of Malaysia. The population of Kampung Melayu is circa 30,000. The North-South Expressway southern exit point in Johor Bahru Interchange connects Kampung Melayu Majidee, from the direction of Ulu Tiram. The history of the kampung stretches back to the 15th century; including involvement in Portuguese settlement cleared by the legendary member of “6-Friends”, the new settlement by the people of the heritage family that is related to the family from Pergam Istana Buruk in Muar originally from the old Sultanate Kingdom of Johor Lama and Melaka, the Demak Sultanate of Kudus Indonesia, the Siam Sultanate, the Kelantan 7-tombs, the Hassan, the late Temenggong Ibrahim the Sultan of Johor and the World War I and World War II the British Army and the Johor Military Force, but nevertheless the 13th.May 1969 episode. Although the early settlers were the pensioners and merchants, trading activities had a strong presence in the village since the 1950’s. Johor Bahru city is a popular main entrance and last exit point to Singapore by road and Indonesia by sea, with resort, and the city’s economy depends on its harbors and visitor attractions. Johor Bahru is a gateway town situated half-way along the Straits of Tebrau, and a World Heritage sites at Tanjung Puteri, the east at Sungai Johor coast, the north at Muar, important for its geology and landforms. Johor Harbours are home to cross-channel ferries, pleasure boats and private yachts, and nearby Pasir Gudang Port and Johor Port Harbour is home to the Johor Yacht Club, while on the westerly coast is developing Bandar Iskandar, where the sailing events, speed boat race events usually held.

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