Longest vehicle formation in Malaysia makes it into record book

PUTRAJAYA: The Federal Territories Department earned a spot in the Malaysia Book of Records (MBOR) on Sunday, with the longest vehicle formation, with the involvement of 644 vehicles arranged along 3.35km of roadway.

Putrajaya Corporation president Datuk Fadlun Mak Ujud said the event was held in conjunction with the Federal Territories Day, involving private vehicles, association vehicles and government vehicles, including motorcycles, sedans, supercars and motorhomes.

"The vehicles involved were flying the Federal Territories' flags as a sense of pride, in addition to expressing their love and affection for the Federal Territories," he said, when met at the four-day Putrajaya Open Day here on Sunday.

Earlier Federal Territories Minister, Dr Zaliha Mustafa, received the MBOR recognition certificate from MBOR officer, Siti Hajar Johor.

Meanwhile, he said that the number of visitors to the open day reached 200,000, exceeding the initial target of 50,000.

Federal Territories Day is celebrated on Feb 1 annually, to mark the declaration of Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya and Labuan as Federal Territories.
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