List of cities and towns in Malaysia by population - Largest urban agglomerations

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Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. Largest urban agglomerations The following is a list of 10 largest urban agglomerations, metropolitan areas or conurbations, based on data from the 2010 National Census within local government areas. Also included for comparison are the populations within the districts which are fully or partially covered by the urban agglomerations.

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Number of Data columns : 8 Number of Data rows : 40
Categories : economy, demography, politics, knowledge


Data row number Rank Conurbation Local government Local government population Total population (local government areas) District District population Total population (districts)

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Name Description Data Type
Rank text
Conurbation text
Local government text
Local government population integer
Total population (local government areas) integer
District text
District population integer
Total population (districts) integer

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