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Manjoi or Gugusan Manjoi is a satellite town in Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia, known as the most largest and populous Malay neighborhood in Ipoh, second to the renowned Kampung Baru at the heart of Kuala Lumpur, the nation's capital. It is known as Gugusan Manjoi in Malay due to its dense concentration in the state capital, Ipoh. Manjoi has a mosque and many feasible facilities for its residents. It is a combination of villages which was turned into a large neighborhood. This neighborhood is under the administration of Mukim Hulu Kinta of Kinta District.
These are the five Malay villages merged becoming what is known now as Gugusan Manjoi.
- Kampung Manjoi
- Kampung Tengku Husin
- Kampung Sungai Tapah
- Kampung Dato' Ahmad Said
- Kampung Tersusun Jelapang Baru
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