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|Friday, 13 December 2013 00:00|
For fanatic foodies that had explored Bukit Mertajam, I bet they have many stories to tell you. If you know every nooks and corners, it certainly bring you lots of joy when it comes to authentic local, good food as you stroll in Bukit Mertajam Downtown to chow down. For folks who know very little about Bukit Mertajam, here is a brief introduction. A thriving town in the past, Bukit Mertajam has a steep history judging from the facts I gathered.
A place that used to be home to vast paddy fields and spice farms, Bukit Mertajam is one of the few towns that has accessed to railway transportation since 1909. Thriving signs also can be traced from first Malay school in Cherok Tok Kun at which was built in 1900, Jit Sin vernacular school was founded in 1918, then Bukit Mertajam High School and Convent School was opened in 1927 and 1931, respectively. Speaking of demographics, Malay and Chinese ethnics made up the majority of their population and a fair bit of Indian hence explains the Hindu temples that congregate mainly in palm oil plantations and rubber estates in Alma neighborhood that was once making Malaysia the number one exporter.
|Last Updated on Monday, 30 December 2013 07:06|
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