Bukit Raja

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Bukit Raja

Bukit Raja is a mukim in Petaling District, Selangor, Malaysia.[1]

It was an oil palm plantation owned by Sime Derby Plantations. The estate no longer exists, and the area has been converted into a housing estate. The estate had a convenience store, temple Tamil primary school, a football field as well as a badminton court for the workers and staff. The labourers lived in accommodation referred to as "the lines".

Companies in the area include Malaysian industrial gas supplier Mox-Linde Gases Sdn. Bhd., and Amsteel.

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