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  Tanjung Manis New Township
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Tanjung manisThe Timber Processing Zone concept was first expounded in 1984 in the industrial Masterplan prepared by the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) in association with the Malaysian Industrial Development Authority (MIDA).

STIDC, being the agency respon sible for the development of the Timber Industry in Sarawak, identified Kuching, Bintulu, Kuala Baram, and Tanjung Manis as centres for such a zone. The crystallization of this concept materialized in the groundbreaking ceremony by the Right Honorable Chief Minister of Sarawak, Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri (Dr) Haji Abdul Taib bin Mahmud on March 11, 1990.

Surrounding areas around Tanjung Manis



The Tanjung Manis Timber Processing Zone is the largest and most advanced Fully Integrated Timber Complex in Malaysia. The self contained township, with strong institutional support and facilities, will help to develop the area into a major manufacturing and business center in Southeast Asia.


To develop integrated timber manufacturing facilities, strong institutional support and good infrastructure, all of which are geared towards achieving efficient utilisation of timber resources for a competitive edge in international markets.



Industrial Lots


With a total area of 3,000ha allocated for development, the township has the amenities, infrastructure and support services to become a leading investment center for timber manufacturing. The four development phases were as follows:

All the basic infrastructure required for investors are now in place, including an airport, port, roads, telecomunications, water and electricity.

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780 Ha
900 Ha
800 Ha


Public Amenities

The township has a first class tar-sealed all weather road, telecommunications, water, electricity, school, religious center, recreational and sport facilities available to investors, residents and workers. With a deep water port sited on some 200ha, Tanjung Manis is poised to become a main export point for Sarawak.

Today, public support facilities such as Police, Immigration, Custom, Forest Department, Port Authority and other government departments and agencies, and financial institutions have transformed Tanjung Manis into a one stop investment center.



The commercial center, which is strategically located, consists of financial institutions, business offices, department stores, shops and supermarkets, hotels entertainment and recreation facilities. Four commercial centers are being planned to cater for future growth.



STIDC has constructed more than 300 units of houses of various types for investors and workers. An additional 40ha has been earmarked for future development. The housing Commission, a semi-government agency responsible for housing in the state, has constructed more than 100 units of houses. Additional units are in the pipeline. An area of 80ha has been allocated to the Commission for this purpose.



The natural deep water inland port with container facilities is accessible to ocean going vessels plying to and from Europe, Middle East, Far East, Australia, ASEAN member countries and and North America.



So many exciting events that involve sports, recreational activities, religious and cultural occasions provide memorable moments not only to the locals but visitors.

Tanjung Manis Fishing Safari

Tanjung Manis Day

Tanjung Manis Regatta


Last Updates: 29th July 2014

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