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  • This building was completed in year 1919 and the management center for Pahang Darul Makmur state. When the capital of Pahang State being transferred to Kuantan in 27 August 1955, this former administrative centre was made Lipis District Office, until now
    Lipis District Administration's Building (Bangunan Pentadbiran Daerah Lipis), Pahang>> Visit
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Perodua Viva 660 (M)



Perodua Viva 660 (M)

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    -4 doors edition

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    The Perodua Viva is a city car manufactured by Malaysian automaker Perodua since May 10, 2007. It has a compact exterior dimensions and a small turning radius. It is roomy for its class, with enough room for 5 adults comfortably.

     

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    -However if the accident happen due to the hirer fault, the CDW will be considered null & void and hirer will be fully responsible for all damages related to the accident.

    -Delivery or collection fees will apply if pick up or drop off outside K. Terengganu area.

    -Every vehicle has to return at the same fuel level. Otherwise, the estimated amount will be charged upon drop off

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