Malaysia Federal Route 63

Malaysia Federal Route 63

Jkr-ft63.png

Federal Route 63
Major junctions
Northwest end: Bukit Ibam
  Jkr-ft12.png Tun Razak Highway
Jkr-ft3.png AH18 Federal route 3
Southeast end: Bandar Baru Rompin
Location
Primary
destinations:
Gambang
Bandar Muadzam Shah
Segamat
Highway system

Highways in Malaysia
Expressways • Federal • State

Federal Route 63 Jkr-ft63.png is a federal road in Pahang, Malaysia, linking the town of Bandar Muadzam Shah to the town of Bandar Baru Rompin.

Contents

Route background

The Kilometre Zero of the Federal Route 63 starts at Bandar Baru Rompin, at its junctions with the Federal Route Jkr-ft3.png, the main trunk road of the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia.

History

Federal Route 92 was built under DARA (Southeast Pahang Development Authority; or Lembaga Kemajuan Pahang Tenggara in Malay) program to develop the poorly-developed areas in southeastern Pahang.

Features

Notable features

At most section, the Federal Route 63 was built under the JKR R5 road standard, allowing maximum speed limit of up to 90 km/h.

Overlaps

Alternate routes

Sections with motorcycle lanes


List of junctions and towns

Km Exit Junctions To Remarks
BUKIT IBAM
Kampung Ayer Molek
BANDAR MUADZAM SHAH Jkr-ft12.png TUN RAZAK HIGHWAY
NORTH
Jkr-ft12.pngGambang
Jkr-ft2.pngKuantan
Jkr-ft2.pngMaran
CH-Hinweissignal-Autobahn.svg Mes-e8.png EAST COAST EXPRESSWAY
Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Terengganu

SOUTHWEST
Jkr-ft12.pngBandar Tun Abdul Razak
Jkr-ft11.pngTasik Bera
Jkr-ft11.pngJempol
Jkr-ft1.pngSegamat
Jkr-ft1.pngGemas
CH-Hinweissignal-Autobahn.svg Mes-e2.png AH2Johor Bahru
Diamond interchange
BANDAR MUADZAM SHAH NORTH
Town centre
Desa Mawar
Desa Dahlia
Desa Kenanga
Taman Puspalipur
Teras Dara Konsortium main headquarters
Politeknik Muadzam Shah
T-junctions
Pekan-Rompin district border
Kampung Orang Asli Kedaik
Kampung Petuh
Kampung Tanam
Kampung Sungai Jemeri
Kampung Kerpal
Kampung Pinang
Kampung Rahang
Kampung Batu Bangkung
Kampung Sungai Terap
Kampung Padang
Kampung Gading
Jkr-ft63.png
0
BANDAR BARU ROMPIN NORTH
Jkr-ft3.png AH18Nenasi
Jkr-ft3.png AH18Pekan
Jkr-ft3.png AH18Kuantan

SOUTH
Jkr-ft3.png AH18Kuala Rompin
Jkr-ft3.png AH18Endau
Jkr-ft3.png AH18Mersing
Jkr-ft3.png AH18Johor Bahru
T-junctions



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