Lamunin - Areas and Divisions

Areas and Divisions

Mukim Lamunin includes these following areas:

  • Kampong Layong
  • Kampong Kuala Abang
  • Kampong Pengkalan Tangsi
  • Kampong Belunu
  • Kampong Pengkalan Dong
  • Kampong Tanjong Dangar
  • Kampong Lamunin
  • Kampong Piasan
  • Kampong Bukit Sulang
  • Kampong Bentudoh
  • Kampong Panchong
  • Kampong Biong

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