Muar River

The Muar River or Sungai Muar is a river which flows through the states of Johor, Negeri Sembilan and Pahang in Malaysia. The river also flows through Muar town.

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Sungai Pahang - History - Transportation in The Early Days
... In the old days, Pahang River and Muar River were nearly connected at a place called Jempol, in Negeri Sembilan ... This was because the Serting River flows into the Bera River, a tributary of the Pahang River ... Jempol River flows into Muar River ...
Muar River - Popular Attractions Along The River
... One of the attractions of Muar River is Taman Tanjung Emas, the Muar town's recreational park, which is located at the estuary of Muar river ... It is outlined by a picturesque esplanade overlooking the scenic river ... The Muar River is an excellent example of a meander in the last 12 miles of its length before entering the sea ...
Jalan Penarikan - History
... In the old days, Pahang River and Muar River were nearly connected at a place called Jempol, in Negeri Sembilan ... This was because the Serting River flows into the Bera River, a tributary of the Pahang River ... Jempol River flows into Muar River ...
Muar Town - Gallery
... Scene of Muar River bank from Sultan Ismail Bridge Muar River mouth ... Mosque at right side of river bank is Sultan Ismail Jamek 2 Mosque Muar River view Muar Jalan Haji Abu Hawker Centre Muar Jalan Bentayan Hawker Centre Muar Jalan Arab/Haji Abu old shops ... one of the unique buildings in the town centre Muar Teochew Association Building Eng Choon, Hokkien Association Building Nan Hai Fei Lai Goddess of Mercy Temple, Muar ...
Sungai Mati
... Sungai Mati ('dead river' in Malay) is a small town in the state of Johor, Malaysia ... It is situated between the towns of Tangkak and Muar ... Sungai Mati was named in such a way (dead river) is due to its nature of being an ox-bow lake ...

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