Judge says what he did would leave a lasting trauma on 11-year-old daughter.
Trio of canoodling couples whipped between 20 to 22 times in front of mosque.
It is the only province in Indonesia that imposes Islamic law.
Human rights lawyers urge the government to reconsider its decision to retain the punishment.
Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Hanipa Maidin says the matter is still being studied by the government.
The sentence will be carried out at the Kajang Women’s Prison in Selangor.
Court orders for the 30-year-old to be whipped at the prison where she serves her sentence if she does not appeal against it within 14 days.
Shariah courts are often quick to punish the women, but slow to make the men pay alimony.
Caning is a cruel and degrading form of punishment that strips an individual of dignity and self-respect, says George Varughese.
Ahmad Shamsuri Mokhtar says the public will be able to accept the punishment if they view it objectively, not emotionally.
The offence was committed at an apartment in Bandar Baru Bangi two years ago.
Dahlan Silitonga and Tjia Nyuk Hwa were whipped after being charged with gambling, which is illegal in the province of Aceh.
President George Varughese says the shift away from the mandatory death penalty, as provided in the bill to amend the Dangerous Drugs Act, should not be dependent on certification from the public prosecutor.
This is second sentence for the man, who was convicted and also sentenced to 20 years in jail for the offence of inserting finger into the child's vagina.
Former Sessions Court judge Abdul Aziz Abdul Rahman says if convicted the teens could face such physical punishment but subject to advice from a doctor.
Heinous act of grandfather, father and two uncles was exposed after a medical check-up on the 19-year-old girl revealed she was 25 weeks pregnant.
Several NGOs say teens with a small age gap between them who love each other should not be criminalised under the Sexual Offences Against Children Bill.
Disagreeing with PAS MP who supported harsh penalties, they say drug users are victims who need attention and care.
The right wing Malay group also wants indefinite detention without bail for those investigated for corruption.
Heavily-tattooed man dragged to funeral parlour and repeatedly whipped with a rubber hose for insulting a deceased 'Datuk' on Facebook.