About Bandar Muadzam Shah

Bandar Muadzam Shah is a town in Rompin, southeast Pahang, Malaysia. Located at Latitude = 3°03' and Longitude = 103°05', it is about 80km from the Segamat, about 140km from Kuantan and about 214km from Kuala Lumpur. It is a major stopover for travelers from northern Johore, Malacca and Negeri Sembilan who are going to East Coast

 

A bit information about Bandar Muadzam Shah

  • Area Width: 316 996.5 hectares
  • Population : 70,000 ( 2006 )
  • Population Overview :
    • Felda 59.6%
    • Town area 33.6%
    • Orang Asli village 5.5%
    • Malay traditional village 1.3%
  • Main Activities : Felda settlers, government worker, private worker, farmers
  • Majority : 99.9% Malay, 1% lain-lain.
  • Driving Distances:
    • 3 hours drive from Kuala Lumpur
    • 1 hour drive from Segamat
    • 1 1/2 hours drive from Kuantan
    • 1 hour drive to Tg Gemok – to Tioman Island
  • Conducive environment for study - away from the hassle and bustle of a major town.

History

Bandar Muadzam Shah is a town in Rompin, southeast Pahang, Malaysia. It was opened in 1979 by the Southeast Pahang Development Authority (DARA), or Lembaga Kemajuan Pahang Tenggara, as a privately managed township.

However on 15th June 1999, Muadzam Shah was officially handed over to the federal government and later relocated under the governance of Rompin District