Bukit Kukus paired road flooded due to evening downpour


GEORGE TOWN: An evening downpour caused a "mini flood" along the newly opened Bukit Kukus paired road, the highest elevated highway in the country.

A 10-second video has been circulating on social media showing a section of the road that slopes down having stagnant water during a downpour on Saturday (Feb 5) evening.

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