FELDA L.B. Johnson

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FELDA LB Johnson or Kampung LB Johnson is a settlement village in Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia. Formerly known as Kampung Labu Jaya, the FELDA settlement was named after former President of the United States, Lyndon Baines Johnson, who visited Kampung Labu Jaya on 31 October 1966. It was one of the places he visited as part of his trip to Malaysia. After President Johnson's visit, the settlement was renamed FELDA LB Johnson in honour of his visit.

Today, the village is now known as Kampung LB Johnson as it is no longer a FELDA settlement. Its entrance overlooks the route to the new Nilai Polytechnic in Labu, Negeri Sembilan. The village itself also features a primary school and a mosque both named after Johnson.

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