Housing Ministry allocates RM10m to re-develop Sungai Lembing

By TIN Media | Tourism Malaysia Published 4 years ago on 14 December 2019
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An allocation of RM10 Million has been approved by the Ministry of Housing and Local Government (KPKT)  to re-develop Sungai Lembing town in Pahang which was destroyed after the horrible fire last August. Zuraida Kamaruddin said the allocation would also be used to upgrade several locations around Kuantan town along with the development of Sungai Lembing.

The ministry has proposed to set up a community-led by the Kuantan Municipal Council (MPK) and the involvement of the village development officers under KPKT.

She said “The community is to study the redevelopment of the fire site and surrounding areas in Sungai Lembing town so that it can be planned and still can maintain the historical value of tourist attractions here. Many parties, including representatives from the Kyoto University, Japan has approached us with proposals to re-build the Sungai Lembing town as a heritage spot,” she told reporters after visiting the fire site and tourism location at Sungai Lembing, which was a former tin-mining village.


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