Durian Tunggal

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Durian Tunggal
Durian Tunggal.JPG
Durian Tunggal is located in Malacca
Durian Tunggal
Durian Tunggal
Location in Malaysia
Durian Tunggal is located in Peninsular Malaysia
Durian Tunggal
Durian Tunggal
Durian Tunggal (Peninsular Malaysia)
Coordinates: 2°19′N 102°17′E / 2.317°N 102.283°E / 2.317; 102.283Coordinates: 2°19′N 102°17′E / 2.317°N 102.283°E / 2.317; 102.283
DistrictAlor Gajah

Durian Tunggal is a mukim and town in Alor Gajah District, Malacca, Malaysia, which is situated within the parliamentary constituency of Hang Tuah Jaya.[1]

Educational institutes[edit]


Image Name Description
Durian Tunggal Reservoir.JPG Durian Tunggal Reservoir A reservoir with a capacity of 32,600,000 cubic metres (26,400 acre⋅ft) and whose inflow is the Malacca River.[5][6] It is one of the main source of water supply to residents in Malacca.[7]
Melaka International Motorsport Circuit.jpg Melaka International Motorsport Circuit (MIMC) A motorsport racetrack which was built at a cost of RM 9.9 million and opened in 2009. It has a 1.6-km Go-kart track, a 200-meters Motorcycle sprint track, a light-1,000-lux night racing track and a Remote control car track. The circuit area is equipped with two-tier grandstand capable to accommodate 800 visitors, parking bays, office, ticketing booth, operation room, service and inspection area and pit stops.[8][9][10]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ NORLIZA MOHAMAD ZAKARIA. "Beroperasi Januari ini". Utusan Online.
  2. ^ "Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka".
  3. ^ "Institut Skill-Tech".
  4. ^ "SMK Durian Tunggal Johan Sketsa Rukan Negara".
  5. ^ Zaidan, Fairuz (18 September 2019). "Melaka miliki takungan air 26 juta liter" [Melaka has 26 Million Liters of Water Reservoir] (in Malay). BH Online. Retrieved 11 June 2021.
  6. ^ Omar, Hassan (6 May 2020). "Melaka mohon RM300 juta biayai projek penyaluran air" [Melaka Requested RM300 Million to Fund Water Diversion Project] (in Malay). BH Online. Retrieved 11 June 2021.
  7. ^ "Learning efficient water supply management from Malacca". The Rakyat Post. 10 April 2015. Archived from the original on 11 June 2021. Retrieved 24 May 2015.
  8. ^ "Melaka International Motorsport Circuit (MIMC)". AmazingMelaka.com. Archived from the original on 2 February 2015. Retrieved 12 February 2015.
  9. ^ Largest international go-kart circuit in Malacca
  10. ^ "Melaka International Motorsport Circuit". 21 December 2015.