I been using the proj4js to transform the projection1 (EPSG::3376) to projection2 (EPSG::4326) with the data location of [66333, 170175] the outcome is supposed to be [110.281820983;1.5390299426] where I test it on the https://mygeodata.cloud/cs2cs/ and test it on https://epsg.io but when it transforms it turns to [115.59856224058234, 5.5388802885425905].

Can I know what are the problem with it?

Here is my code

    var firstProjection     = '+proj=omerc +lat_0=4 +lonc=115 +alpha=53.31580995 +k=0.99984 +x_0=0 +y_0=0 +no_uoff +gamma=53.13010236111111 +ellps=GRS80 +units=m +no_defs';
    var secondProjection    = '+proj=longlat +datum=WGS84 +no_defs';
    var point               = proj4(firstProjection,secondProjection,[66333,170175]);
  • Show your code.
    – user30184
    Feb 13 '19 at 10:48
  • EPSG:4326 is lat long, so 110.28...,1.5... is not correct
    – nmtoken
    Feb 15 '19 at 8:58
  • i had add in my code. By the way, why the lat long is not correct? I try it show the correct position on the map.
    – Newb
    Feb 15 '19 at 14:19
  • I confusing with the input coordinate actually any clarification on the input coordinate of proj4js ? Does the x and y stand for the easting and northing or latitude or longtitude?
    – Newb
    Feb 15 '19 at 14:26
  • ... By the way, why the lat long is not correct? because EPSG::4326 coordinates are specified in latitude then longitude order, latitude has range +/-90 degrees, and your first value is 110.28 so that can't be a correct latitude value
    – nmtoken
    Nov 12 '19 at 16:41

E 66333 N 170175 in EPSG:3376 is indeed E 110.281820983 N 1.5390299426 in EPSG:4326.
If you had obtained any other result, it could be that:-

(a) The converter is buggy,
(b) You typed wrongly,
(c) Both the above.

Do take note that what you had done is to express a coordinate in the GDM2000 reference frame as long/lat in WGS84 ellipsoid. This does not transform your coordinate in the GDM2000 reference frame into the WGS84 Gxxxx reference frame.

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