Bandar Maharani

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  • As agreed in 1887, free transportation was to be given to school children who went to Bandar Maharani's English school.
  • The district of Muar enjoyed significant economic growth during the late 19th century as a result of a boom in the agricultural industry around the newly formed town of Bandar Maharani (also known as Muar town).
  • It was the first bridge built across a river that connects Bandar Maharani Muar to Tanjung Agas in Ledang district.
  • As Parit Jawa was inaccessible to Bandar Maharani via land, transport of goods would have to be conducted by river and sea, which were exposed to pirate attacks.
  • The roads connects Muar (Bandar Maharani) in the west to Yong Peng in the east.
  • Bukit Bakri are located at the end of Jalan Bakri, which the main road that connecting Bakri Town to Bandar Maharani.
  • The need for a railway arose when Parit Jawa, an area under Muar south of Bandar Maharani, required safe passage for the transportation of crops such as gambiers, coconuts and Pinangs.
  • Perang was involved in the development and planning of the cities of Bandar Maharani (1888) and Batu Pahat (1893).
  • Sultan Ibrahim Jamek Mosque is a historical mosque in the town of Bandar Maharani, Muar in the Malaysian state of Johor.
  • Muar Bypass or Jalan Pintasan Muar, Federal Route is a major highway bypass and the first highway build in Bandar Maharani Muar, a royal town in Johor, Malaysia.
  • The MSR also faced competition from newly introduced road transport: Jalan Abdul Rahman, a road between Bandar Maharani and Parit Jawa, opened in 1925 and rendered the MSR redundant.
  • Muar, also known as Bandar Maharani is the royal city and second largest city (after Johor Bahru, the capital) of the state of Johor, Malaysia, geopolitically situated in Muar District in the region or area of Muar in northwestern Johor, Malaysia.
  • The Kilometre Zero of the Federal Route 24 is located at Bulatan Bentayan roundabout in Muar (Bandar Maharani), at its interchange with the Federal Route, the main trunk road of the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia.
  • The Kilometre Zero (0) of Jalan Salleh starts at Bandar Maharani, Muar, at its interchange with the Federal Route, the main trunk road of the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia.
  • Construction of the MSR commenced early 1889 with materials entirely supplied from Europe, the line from Jalan Sulaiman (Sulaiman Road) in Bandar Maharani to Parit Jawa completed in 1890.