Pasir Gudang

12. Apr 2022
Pasir Gudang

The Pasir Gudang is Malaysia's largest industrial zone. Located in Johor, it is the country's main manufacturing hub. The estate is home to several multinational corporations from various industries such as electronics, automotive, and chemical.

It has an area of 813 hectares and a population of about 100,000 people (inclusive of the workers). It has a total land area of 2,700 hectares and the total value of investments in the estate is RM2.4 billion (US$638 million).


Things To Do In Pasir Gudang

In Pasir Gudang, you will find a lot of interesting places to visit. The city is not only famous for its industrial zones, but also its cultural heritage. One of the most popular attractions in Pasir Gudang is the Pasir Gudang Wetland Reserve Park. This wetland reserve park has an area of about 10 hectares and it is located at KM11 Jalan Pahang near the junction to Jalan Tengku Ampuan Zara.

The wetland reserve park is a popular tourist destination in Pasir Gudang because it provides a tranquil atmosphere away from the hustle and bustle of modern life, as well as being close to nature. Many different species of birds can be found here such as the white-breasted water.

There are other few places to visit at pasir gudang, from shopping malls to museums and:

1) Pasir Gudang Park

2) Pasir Gudang Wetlands

3) Pasir Gudang Market

4) Johor Premium Outlets


Cost Of Living In Pasir Gudang

The cost of living in Pasir Gudang is much cheaper than in other parts of Malaysia, including Kuala Lumpur.

This is because the cost of living in Pasir Gudang is significantly lower than in many other parts of Malaysia. The average monthly income for a household in this city can be as low as RM4,000, compared to RM10-RM12,000 in Kuala Lumpur.

The people of Pasir Gudang are used to living in such a crowded environment and this has had an impact on their health, social life, and other aspects of life. It is not possible to live here without being affected by this change but it is important to remember that there are still some good things about living in Pasir Gudang.



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