Synonyms for beluran or Related words with beluran

tuaran              nabawan              saratok              keningau              libaran              tamparuli              tenom              pensiangan              balingian              sipitang              bongawan              sugut              kimanis              telupid              mambong              siput              tambunan              baharu              inanam              tasek              serian              lumadan              buntar              temiang              selangau              putatan              mersing              kundasang              simunjan              terap              kudat              kalabakan              perindustrian              upko              sadong              tebedu              kawang              kunak              lembah              morib              membakut              tebing              julau              samarahan              tongod              kedup              kerian              menggatal              krian              papar             



Examples of "beluran"
Beluran is a town and a district located in the Sandakan Division, in the east Sabah, Malaysia. Its population was estimated to be around 104,484 in 2010. Beluran town is located about 88 km from Sandakan town. Telupid, a sub-district of Beluran, is located about 100 km from Beluran town. The district of Beluran was formerly known as Labuk-Sugut.
Presently, Dumpas is located north of Beluran town, where it is surrounded by Paitanic languages such as Sungai Paitan, Tombonuwo, Lingkabau, and Sungai Beluran (Lobel 2013). Tidung and Tausug are also spoken in the area.
The main towns are Sandakan, Beluran, Kinabatangan, and Tongod. Sandakan port is the
Bangkuruan Island () is an island located near Beluran district in Sabah, Malaysia.
Beluran is the place of where Mohd Farid Saibun, the former Malaysia Under 17 and Sabah FA footballer, was born.
Lankayan Island () is a small tropical coral resort island in Beluran, Sabah, Malaysia in the Sulu Sea.
Beluran is a federal constituency in Sabah, Malaysia, that has been represented in the Dewan Rakyat since 1995.
Abai Sungai of Kuala Abai, Kinabatangan, Sungoi Sungai of Beluran Sandakan, Tombonuo, Lingkabau, Dumpas, Dusun Ulu Kinabatangan (Rumanau/Tampias Lobu, Lanas Lobu, Lobu, Makiang, Kolobuan, Sinobu and Malapi).
Mohd Shahrul Chankui started his Youth football career with Sandakan FA and Beluran FA in 2008 for Chief Minister Cup Sabah . After that his join Sabah Youth.
Telupid is a small district in Sabah located between 98 kilometre from Ranau, 100 kilometre from Beluran and 130 kilometre from Sandakan.
Kuching-shu was divided into the prefectures of Kuching and Simanggang; Sibu-shu into Sibu and Bintulu; Miri-shu into Miri and Brunei Town; Sekai-shu into Jesselton, Beaufort (which included Labuan), Kota Belud, and Keningau; and Tokai-Shu into Tawau, Sandakan, Lahad Datu, and Beluran.
The Sugud Islands Marine Conservation Area or SIMCA is a "Category II MPA" in Beluran district in Sabah, Malaysia, comprising Lankayan Island, Billean, Tegaipil and surrounding waters. The government of Sabah, Malaysia prohibits in the area, a total of over 463 square kilometres, all resource harvesting (including all capturing of live creatures) and charges a fee to all visitors of the area.
Tremors were also felt in Tambunan, Tuaran, Kota Kinabalu, Inanam, Kota Belud, Kota Marudu, Kudat, Likas, Penampang, Putatan, Kinarut, Papar, Beaufort, Keningau, Beluran, Sandakan, Kunak, Tawau in Sabah and as far afield as Federal Territory of Labuan, Lawas, Limbang and Miri in Sarawak as well as Bandar Seri Begawan in Brunei.
Datuk Ronald Kiandee (born 10 January 1961) is a Malaysian politician. He is the Member of the Parliament of Malaysia for the Beluran constituency in Sabah, representing the United Malays National Organisation (UMNO) party in the governing Barisan Nasional coalition. He is a Deputy Speaker of Parliament.
2004–2016: The constituency contains the polling districts of Jambongan Utara, Golong, Paitan Barat, Terusan Sugut, Alungai, Lingkabau Utara, Lingkabau Selatan, Sungai-Sungai, Pamol, Botitian, Malalin, Bawang, Tanjung Nipis, Lubang Buaya, Obah, Pantai Boring, Tampat, Dalamas, Nakadong, Abuan, Binsulung, Kaniogan, Tetabuan, Kolapis, Klagan, Sapi, Ulu Sapi, Lidong, Nangoh, Ulu Labuk, Ensuan, Wonod, Telupid, Tongkungan, Sungai Nangka, Pekan Beluran, Muanad.
2016–present: The constituency contains the polling districts of Jambongan Utara, Golong, Paitan Barat, Terusan Sugut, Alungai, Lingkabau Utara, Lingkabau Selatan, Sungai-Sungai, Pamol, Botitian, Malalin, Bawang, Tanjung Nipis, Lubang Buaya, Obah, Pantai Boring, Tampat, Dalamas, Nakadong, Abuan, Binsulung, Kaniogan, Tetabuan, Kolapis, Klagan, Sapi, Ulu Sapi, Lidong, Nangoh, Ulu Labuk, Ensuan, Wonod, Telupid, Tongkungan, Sungai Nangka, Pekan Beluran, Muanad.
ESSCOM is the authoritative body that oversees Eastern Sabah Security Zone (ESSZONE), which comprises the districts of Kudat, Kota Marudu, Pitas, Beluran, Sandakan, Kinabatangan, Lahad Datu, Kunak, Semporna and Tawau. The body is chaired by the Chief Minister of Sabah, assisted by a CEO appointed by the government. ESSCOM's primary initiative is the establishment of new police stations to further improve security.
The Tambanuo (or Tombonuo) people are an indigenous ethnic group residing in Sabah, eastern Malaysia on the island of Borneo. They reside in Beluran, Kota Marudu, and Pitas districts of Kudat Division of Sabah. Their population was estimated at 20,000 in the year 1990. They are considered a sub-group of the Orang Sungai, and their language (ISO 639-3 txa) belongs to the Paitanic branch of the Austronesian language family.
Infantry and New Base Camps: In October 2014, the Malaysian Government announced that ESSCOM will be given a budget allocation of RM660 million (USD200 million). Amongst other things, this will fund the addition of one battalion of the General Operations Force (GOF) and one battalion of the army with 1,280 personnel and the construction of two new base camps: the GOF 20th Battalion Camp in Beluran and the Malaysian Armed Forces Camp in Lahad Datu.
Kota Marudu is a town and district in Kudat Division, Sabah, Malaysia. The district covers approximately 1,917 square kilometres. It is located in the north of Sabah and is bordered by the districts of Kudat, Kota Belud, Pitas, and Beluran. It is located 130km north of the state capital, Kota Kinabalu, along the federal highway linking Kota Kinabalu with the town of Kudat, near the northern tip of Borneo.