Bukit Raja

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Bukit Raja is an estate town in the Klang district of Selangor, Malaysia.

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.