Kulim

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For the village in Iran, see Kulim, Iran.
Kulim
居林 (simplified Chinese)
KulimTown.jpg
Official seal of Kulim
Seal
Kulim is located in Malaysia
Kulim
Kulim
Location in Malaysia
Coordinates: 5°21′36″N 100°32′59″E / 5.36000°N 100.54972°E / 5.36000; 100.54972Coordinates: 5°21′36″N 100°32′59″E / 5.36000°N 100.54972°E / 5.36000; 100.54972
Country Malaysia
State Kedah
Establishment mid-18th century
Granted municipality status 2001[1]
Government
 • Tuan Yang DiPertua MPKK Tn. Abdul Aziz Bin Haji Abdul Ghani AMK, BCK
Population (2015[2])
 • Total 85,309
 • Density 590/km2 (1,500/sq mi)
Time zone MST (UTC+8)
 • Summer (DST) Not observed (UTC)
Postal code 09xxx
International dialling code prefix +6044 (landline only)
Website www.mpkk.gov.my

Kulim is a town in the state of Kedah, Malaysia. It is located on the southeast of Kedah, bordering Penang on the west.

History[edit]

Arulmigu Annai Karumariamman Temple in Paya Besar

The Kulim’s independence clock was officiated by the Sultan of Kedah (15 September 1957) and serves as the unofficial landmark for the city of Kulim. The construction of the clock was completed within 3 months and upon completion, was made formalized by DYMM Tuanku Sultan Badlishah Ibni Almarhum Yang Di Pertuan Paduka Seri Sultan Abdul Hamid Shah, KOM, CMG, KBE Sultan Kedah on 15 September 1957, or 2 weeks after the declaration of independence of Malaysia (31 August 1957).[3][4]

People from Kulim[edit]

Shopping[edit]

A Giant Superstore at Landmark Central, Kulim

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kulim Granted City Status , Kulim’s Municipal council History. October 31, 2010. Archived October 20, 2010 at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ Website of Kulim municipal, Population data published by Kulim municipal
  3. ^ Kulim’s Background, Laman Web Rasmi Majlis Perbandaran Kulim (Official Website of Kulim Government). January 16, 2010.
  4. ^ Kulim’s City Centre, Kulim’s Municipal council website-Kulim’s Background October 31, 2010.
  5. ^ "Tan Sri Haji Ismail Bin Haji Omar" (in Malay). Royal Malaysian Police. Retrieved 5 May 2012. 

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