Synonyms for bengkalis or Related words with bengkalis

pelalawan              ketapang              nunukan              donggala              indragiri              selayar              badung              kepulauan              kolaka              situbondo              solok              pematang              tamiang              sanggau              mamuju              konawe              pangkajene              probolinggo              sibolga              sintang              landak              berau              asahan              purwakarta              cianjur              pasuruan              siantar              tasikmalaya              pandeglang              malinau              sijunjung              belitung              selat              kotawaringin              lampung              blora              tuban              trenggalek              katingan              bedagai              bengkayang              gorontalo              bangka              karang              singingi              bengkulu              banjarmasin              purbalingga              kotabaru              samosir             

Examples of "bengkalis"
Bengkalis ("Kota Bengkalis") was the seat (capital) of Bengkalis Regency in the Riau province of Indonesia until 8 July 2013, when it became an independent city. It is located on Bengkalis Island. The city had a population of 66,211.
The Bengkalis Strait separates Bengkalis Island from Sumatra as well as from Padang Island and Tebing Tinggi Island.
Bengkalis Island comprises Bengkalis and Bantan districts, while Rupat Island comprises Rupat and Rupat Utara (North Rupat) districts. The remaining districts lie on Sumatra Island.
Bengkalis Regency is a regency of Indonesia in the Riau province. The regency, which includes the whole of Bengkalis and Rupat Islands in the Strait of Malacca, has been established since 1956. The regency was formerly divided into 13 districts (or "kecamatan"); however 5 of these districts were removed to create the new Meranti Islands Regency, leaving 8 districts in the Bengkalis Regency.
Sungai Pakning is the central town of Bukit Batu, Bengkalis, Indonesia.
Bengkalis Regency produces natural resources, particularly petroleum, rubber, and coconut. The regency is home to the Bukit Batu Biosphere Reserve.
Go to Pekanbaru, from Siak can through the river from Siak Siak Sri Indrapura Port, there is usually a boat that operates every 4-5 times a week with a travel time of about 2–4 hours. in addition to pekanbaru, this port also has other destination like Bengkalis, Selat Panjang, and Batam (via Buton Bengkalis).
Bengkalis has a hot and humid equatorial/tropical climate. The city is humid throughout the year with daily temperature range 26 to 32 degrees Celsius.
Soeman was born in Bengkalis, Riau, Dutch East Indies, in 1904. His father, Wahid Hasibuan, and mother, Turumun Lubis, had been born in (in what is now Mandailing Natal), but moved to Bengkalis after marriage to avoid conflict between the Hasibuans and a rival clan. In a 1989 interview, Soeman stated that he was not sure of the conflict's source, but he suspected that his father, who was descended from a Mandailing king, felt as though his honour had been impugned.
Following the splitting of the Regency to create a new Meranti Islands Regency, the residual area of Bengkalis Regency had a population of 498,336 at the 2010 Census; the latest official estimate (as at January 2014) was 572,143.
Bengkalis Regency comprises the whole of Bengkalis Island and Rupat Island which are located in the Straits of Malacca, together with a wide swathe of the eastern coastal area of Sumatra Island as well as other islands within the archipelago to its north-east. The area covers 6,976.41 Km2 and it borders on the Malacca Straits to the North, on Siak Regency to the south, on the Meranti Islands Regency to the Southeast, and on Dumai municipality, Rokan Hilir Regency and Rokan Hulu Regency to the West.
Most of the Sakai community living today involved in the agricultural sector. There are no definite data about the number of Sakai. Population data issued by the Ministry of Social Affairs Republic of Indonesia stated that the number of Sakai in Bengkalis Regency of 4,995 inhabitants.
Daily ferries run from Malacca to the Indonesian cities of Bengkalis, Dumai and Pekanbaru departing from Harbour Master's Jetty. Regular boat services to Big Island depart from mainland Malacca in Umbai. Several jetties around the state, such as in Merlimau, are used by fishermen.
One of the most widespread "Nepenthes" species, "N. ampullaria" is native to Borneo, the Maluku Islands, New Guinea, Peninsular Malaysia, Singapore, Sumatra, and Thailand. It has also been recorded from many smaller islands, including Bangka, Bengkalis, Ko Lanta, Ko Tarutao, Langkawi, Mendol, Mentawai Islands (Siberut), Meranti Islands (Padang, Rangsang, Tebing Tinggi), Nias, Penang, Riau Islands (Lingga Islands, Natuna Islands, Riau Archipelago), and Rupat.
Sei Pakning Airport or Sei Selari Airport is domestic airport located in Sungai Pakning, Bengkalis Regency, Riau Province. The airport serves the town of Sungai Pakning. The airport was served charter flights for Pertamina. Currently, there are no flights to and from this airport.
Selat Panjang (Jawi: ; ) is the capital of Kepulauan Meranti Regency, which is part of the province of Riau in Indonesia. The regency is a new regency in Riau province which was established in 2009 and it has been separated from Bengkalis Regency. Tebing Tinggi island is separated by a narrow channel from Sumatra, and is west of Singapore across the Strait of Malacca.
Riau has several universities, including the University of Riau, Riau Islamic University, University of Muhammadiyah Riau Islamic University of Sultan Syarif Kasim Riau, Lancang Kuning University, University Abdurrab, University Sand Pengaraian, Universitas Islam Indragiri, Islamic University Kuantan Singingi, Polytechnic of Bengkalis and Politeknik Caltex Riau.
The development of Medan-Deli a trading center has been pushed into the center of government. In 1879, Capital Assistant of Deli Residen moved from Labuhan to Medan. On 1 March 1887, the capital of the Resident of East Sumatra also moved from Bengkalis to Medan Deli Sultanate Palace which was originally located in Kampung Bahari (Labuhan) and Pulo Brayan also moved with the completion of Maimoon Palace on May 18, 1891, and thus the Capital Deli has officially moved to Medan.
Giam Siak Kecil-Bukit Batu (Indonesian: "Cagar Biosfer Giam Siak Kecil Bukit Batu" or CB-GSK-BB) is a peatland area in Riau Province of Sumatra, covering and large parts of Bengkalis Regency and Siak Regency. It is a declared UNESCO Man and the Biosphere Reserve and supports a sustainable timber industry. It is home to two wildlife reserves, namely Giam Siak Wildlife Reserve and Bukit Batu Wildlife Reserve; flagship species include the Sumatran elephant and Sumatran tiger.
Sungai Duku Port (Pelabuhan Sungai Duku) is located by the Siak River, connecting Pekanbaru with some regions in Riau Province and Riau Islands such as Siak, Tanjung Buton, Selatpanjang, Bengkalis and Batam. In the past, there were ferry services travelling from this port directly to Malacca in Malaysia, but the service was discontinued as several ferry companies decided to move their operations to Tanjung Buton.