West Coast (Malaysia)

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West Coast (Malaysia)

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The West Coast (Malay: Pantai Barat Semenanjung Malaysia) is a general way of referring to the states in Peninsular Malaysia which have their coastlines along the Straits of Malacca.

This part of the peninsular is more urban and developed than the more Malay, Muslim and rural East Coast. As a result, the terms West Coast and East Coast tend to mean more than a geographical description of the states.

The capital of Malaysia Kuala Lumpur, and the new administrative centre of Putrajaya, are located in this region.

Historical Sultan Abdul Samad Building at Independence Square


The West Coast states (from north to south) are:

The two Federal Territories are:


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  • Nasi Kandar Beratur (Liyaqat Ali), Beside Kapitan Kling Mosque (Find the mosque and you'll easily find the place).


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