12. Apr 2022

Layang-Layang is a town in Kluang District, Johor, Malaysia. It is located on the east coast of the Malay Peninsula. The town has a population of around 10,000 people and was established under the British administration in 1887.

The town’s name comes from the Malay word for “dragonfly” which is “layang-layang”. In English, this means “to fly about or hover” which represents how dragonflies were seen as symbols of good luck and happiness in ancient times.


Layang-Layang Economy

The layang-layang economy is centered on plantations and agriculture. The main agricultural products are coconuts, cassava, and tapioca.

The coconut industry is the most important sector in the economy of this country. It has a large export market that includes the United States, China, Japan, India, and other European countries.

In general, the layang-layang economy is based on three pillars: plantations and agriculture, fishing industries, and tourism.


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