Machang Bubok

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Machang Bubok
马章武莫
Village
Machang Bubok is located in Peninsular Malaysia
Machang Bubok
Machang Bubok
Coordinates: 5°20′0″N 100°30′0″E / 5.33333°N 100.50000°E / 5.33333; 100.50000Coordinates: 5°20′0″N 100°30′0″E / 5.33333°N 100.50000°E / 5.33333; 100.50000
Country Malaysia
State Penang
District Central Seberang Perai
Government
 • Local government Majlis Perbandaran Seberang Perai
(Seberang Perai Municipal Council)
 • Member of Parliament (Bukit Mertajam) Steven Sim Chee Keong (DAP)
 • State assemblyman Lee Khai Loon (PKR)
 • Tuan Yang Di-Pertua MPSP Maimunah binti Mohd Sharif
Time zone UTC+8 (Malaysian Standard Time)
 • Summer (DST) Not observed
Postal code 14000-14020

Machang Bubok is a village in Penang, Malaysia.

As of date November 2011, the Machang Bubok village has 2134 people and 85% of the population consists of Chinese. About 12% of them are Malays and less than 3% are Indians. The major language spoken in this village is Hakka. This village has about 421 houses. Many city dwellers visit this village during holidays and festive seasons because the air is fresher and the food is delicious and inexpensive.[1]

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  1. ^ "UTAR New Village Community Project Report" (PDF).