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RM 107.58 psf (land)
2,045 sqft / 189.99 sqm (land)
Listed on Aug 14, 2012
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Bahau is the principal town of Jempol district, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia. The name Bahau is believed to have been derived from a Chinese phrase. Bahau is literally translated as "Horse's Mouth" while the nearby town, Mahsan means "Horse's Body" in Cantonese. It is located 11 km away from Bandar Seri Jempol and 24 km from Kuala Pilah. Most of the population here are employed in agriculture, followed by the services sector and business.
Industry in the town is also currently growing. Bahau's industrial area is located near Taman Kwang Hup. Car workshops, mechanics, spare-parts and accessories shops dominate the business in town because of the flourishing timber trade around the area. Hence, trailers and lorries usually frequent the town for repairs. There are a number of primary and secondary schools as well as a public library in this town. Also, among the places of interest here is Teratak East Java.
Transportation-wise, Bahau is linked by federal and trunk roads to Kuala Pilah, Tampin and Gemas in Negeri Sembilan and Kemayan or Sg. Lui in Pahang. Bahau is also accessible by train, being one the major stations on the East Coast railway line, which stretches from Gemas in the south to Tumpat in the north. The railway station is situated near Taman Kwang Hup.