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Iskandar Malaysia Flagship C map
Major development areas of Iskandar Malaysia Flagship C
Port of Tanjung Pelepas-one of the fastest growing container port in the world. Location Port of Tanjung Pelepas 01 21 58.85 N 103 32 54.12 E
Kuala Lumpur Office: Level 33, Menara TH Perdana (Maju Junction) Jalan Sultan Ismail 50250 Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: +603-2698 4410 / 4460 / 4480 / 5080 ----Fax: +603-2698 4900
Johor Office: Block A, Wisma PTP, Jalan Pelabuhan Tanjung Pelepas, TST 507, 81560 Gelang Patah, Iskandar Malaysia, Johor.
Tel no: +607-504 2222 --------Fax no: +607-504 2288 -------E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Customer Service Center
for Malaysia: 1-300 88 5288
for outside Malaysia: +607 504 2222
Office hours: Monday to Friday, 8.30 am - 5.30 pm (GMT+8 hr)
Johor's RAMSAR 23,000 acre site, being one of the largest untouched wetlands in the world, comprising of Pulau Kukup, Sungei Pulai and Tanjung Piai remains one of the most important preserved eco-systems of Malaysia. Located at the most southern tip of Continent Asia, it is a must see spot for the trepid tourist. Although Wetlands only takes 3 % of the global land area, it remains a vital part of our carbon sink eco-system, providing a 26% of carbon capture of the Earth's carbon. As a comparison, the world's forest put together only captures half of what the wetlands hold of carbon! There are a purported 25 species of Mangrove plants not found anywhere else in the world.
Pulau Kukup: Uninhabited mangrove island located just 1 kilometer east of the southernest tip of the Asia continent has a population of flying foxes and bearded pigs. GPS coordinates are N 01.19 E 103.25
Visitor arrangements contact: Pulau Kukup Johor Nationa Park, Lot 1319, Mukim Air Masim,82300, Kukup, Johor. Tel:+607-696-9355 Fax:+607 696 9366
Sungei Pulai-Largest of Malaysian riverine swampland and habitat to the endangered small tree Avicennia lanata, Long-tail Macaque, Smooth Otter and Flat Headed Cat. GPS location: N 01 23 E 103 32
Tanjung Piai-Asia's most southern tip and home to Pig-tailed Macaques, Long-tailed Macaques, Scaly Anteater, birds like Mangrove Pitta, Mangrove Blue Flycatcher and Mangrove Whistler. Lesser Adjutants are known to rest here when on their migration from severe winter of the north. GPS coordinates are N 01 16 E 103 31
Lodging for Tanjung Piai is available at Tanjung Piai Resort (tel:+607 696 0011 ) or alternatively at nearby Kukup Golf Resort (tel:+607 696 0950).
Tanjung Bin Power Plant is an independant power plant with a 2,100 MV capacity. The coal fired plant is operated by Malakoff Corporation Bhd on a 25 years concession period.
Call MALAKOFF CORPORATION BERHAD at Level 12, Block 3B, Plaza Sentral, Jalan Stesen Sentral, 550470 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Tel: 603-2263 3388 Fax: 603-2263 3333
A new Maritime Centre at Tanjung Bin Power station is being built on a 2,215 acres plot of land. It will have a bunkering terminal, oil terminal, dry docks, shipyard, logistic park, conventional cargo facilitis and some upper level real estates.
MMC Corporation Bhd's subsidiary Seaport World Wide Sdn Bhd (SWW) has sealed a long-term landlease agreement with global oil terminal operator Vitol Terminal BV's subsidiary ATT Tanjung Bin Sdn Bhd (ATT). Vitol is expected to invest RM1 billion to build facilities for an oil terminal, which provides for blending and storage of crude oil, petroleum and petrochemical products with an initial capacity of 750,000 cubic metres.
Also on the pipeline are naval berthings (in phases) and marine jetties which can handle various sized tankers between 25,000-180,000 deadweight tonnes (dwt) and single buoy moorings (SBM) capable of handling the larger VLCCs.
Also included in flagship C is the newly developed island of Forest City.
For more information, contact Adeline Ong, Senior Manager, Corporate Communications, MMC Corporation Berhad. Telephone +603 91797706 Fax +603 21451887