Thursday, October 22, 2009

Tanjung Bin Power Station

This 200m tall chimney of a 2100mw coal fired power station is situated in Pontian in the southern state of Johor,opposite the port of Tanjung Pelepas and beside Tanjung Piai,the southern most tip of mainland Asia.
It is 90% owned by Malakoff Corp.


















http://www.malakoff.com.my/

http://www.hadek.com/downloads/project.reports/Tanjung%20Bin.pdf

Opening Of Power plant





At the entrance of the Tanjung Piai Park.









The Tip site under construction when i drop by on 1st December 2008,it should be finish by now.



http://johorparks.com.my/the-parks/tanjung-piai/

http://johorparks.com.my/the-parks/pulau-kukup/

http://www.tourism.gov.my/en/destinations/item.asp?item=pineapplemuseum#

http://www.tourism.gov.my/en/destinations/attractions.asp?state=johor

Directions to everywhere from here.
Other interesting places nearby is Pulau Kukup
and Pontian.


Sunrise in Pontian





Pineapple Muzium



View Tanjung Bin Power Station in a larger map

1 comment:

  1. teringat kat project tjung bin power ne!,. aku company ishi power la tu.. hehehehe.. from fandi kat sulawesi indon.

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