What the the correct curl command?

Hello,

I am trying to send GET request to a the website  http://gothere.sg/maps/geo using Command Prompt via cURL like this:

curl --request GET 'http://gothere.sg/maps/geo?address=658071'

but I am just getting this result instead:
{"Status": {"code": 500, "request": "geocode"}

I had attached the html file for reference.
Your may refer to this link for reference as well:- www.surework.com/postalcode.html

Please help. Thank you.

Sam
postalcode.html
Sam TanAdministratorAsked:
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Randy PooleCommented:
Try this:
curl --request GET 'http://gothere.sg/maps/geo?callback=&output=json&client=&sensor=false&q=658071'

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Sam TanAdministratorAuthor Commented:
Yes..this works.... BRAVO!!!!
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