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Sultan Muhammad V waving after a walk with the rakyat near the Sultan Mohd IV Stadium in June 2013.

A former go-kart track in Bachok has been converted into a mini safari park by the Yang di-Pertuan Agong Sultan Muhammad V.

He even had a lion and two lionesses imported from Africa to give the sprawling 75ha wildlife sanctuary at Kampung Baruh Raja in Gunong, a touch of the savannah.

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