Fortune Dragon (Malaysia): Southeast Asia’s longest dragon tunnel

(Aseanrecords.world) The maximum internal width and height of the dragon body is 3.7 meters and 5.5 meters respectively. The highest middle platform is 8.2 meters above ground level.

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The Fortune Dragon or Prosperity Dragon is a dragon statue in Yong Peng, Batu Pahat District, Johor, Malaysia. At a length of 115 meters, it is the world’s largest and longest dragon tunnel. The status is located within the Che Ann Khor Yong Peng Association building area.

The statue was designed with glass fiber reinforced concrete. It has height ranging from 3.6 to 4.8 meters with 144 steps inside. It has an overall length of 107 meters, with the distance separating the head and the tail of 37 meters. It has three undulations and three twists.

The width of the mouth is 2.5 meters and decorated with 36 sharp teeth. The maximum internal width and height of the dragon body is 3.7 meters and 5.5 meters respectively. The highest middle platform is 8.2 meters above ground level.

Its exterior is covered with around 3,330 ceramic scales, which were imported from Quanzhou, China. Its interior is decorated with 42 Chinese paintings along the 144 steps, 17 steps platform and 16 windows. It is located in a 1.6 hectare of land which also consists of Fortune Garden. The area has other amenities and parking lots.

According to en.wikipedia