Kubang Semang (GPS: 5.39402, 100.46439) is a Malay village in Seberang Perai. It is located to the west of Mengkuang and to the south of Berapit. The area that is Kubang Semang straddles the Butterworth-Kulim Expressway. The town of Kubang Semang is almost contiguous with the town of Penanti, with the result being the Kubang Semang and Penanti place names often overlap each other.
The name Kubang Semang comes from two words: kubang is a Malay word for a water hole, especially one filled with muddy water that buffaloes love to wallow in, and semang is the Malay name for the Rangoon Creeper Vine (Quisqualis densiflora)
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