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Home >> Malaysia Hotel >> Johor Hotel >> Tanjong Puteri Golf Resort
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Hotel Location : Pasir Gudang , Johor
Hotel Address : P.O.Box 117, Pasir Gudang, Johor, Malaysia.
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Tanjong Puteri Golf Resort Overview

Tanjong Puteri Golf Resort

Since its formation in 1990, TPGR now boasts of three challenging international standard golf course, one different from the other in terms of design and layout, and each with an identity of its own.

The name of "TANJONG PUTERI" was derived from the historical name of JOHOR BAHRU, then a settlement founded by the Temenggong Dynasty of Johor in 1855 when it moved its administrative centre from Telok Belanga in Singapore to Johor. Subsequently "TANJONG PUTERI" was renamed "ISKANDAR PUTERI" in 1858 and was later decreed by Sultan Abu Bakar as "JOHOR BAHRU" on 1st January 1866.

TPGR occupies approximately 800 acres of land bounded by the Straits of Johor in the south, Sungai Kim Kim on the east, Kampong Pasir Putih in the West and the sprawling industrial township of Pasir Gudang to the north. Most of the land was under oil palm interspersed with settlement, orchards and plantations.

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