Synonyms for ketapang or Related words with ketapang

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Examples of "ketapang"
Ketapang or "Tau-pang" in Hakka is the capital city of Ketapang Regency ("Kabupaten Ketapang"), one of the regencies of West Kalimantan province on the island of Borneo in Indonesia. Ketapang city is located at and is a small city on the delta of the Pawan River. Ketapang is served by the Ketapang Airport (Rahadi Osman Airport).
Ketapang is named from the local Malay name for ketapang fruit (Terminalia catappa).
Rahadi Usman Airport or Rahadi Osman Airport , also known as Ketapang Airport, is an airport in Ketapang, West Kalimantan, Indonesia.
Ketapang is served by the Ketapang Airport (Rahadi Osman Airport). The airport has some connecting flights to Pontianak and Semarang via Pangkalan Bun. Since February 2011, Ketapang also has direct flight to Jakarta, by Aviastar. Ketapang can also be reached via ship from Pontianak (a six-hour speedboat ride, departing Pontianak daily at 6am). Pontianak's airport serves flights to Jakarta
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Ketapang () is a diocese located in the city of Ketapang in the Ecclesiastical province of Pontianak in Indonesia.
In formal Indonesian administrative subdivision, Ketapang is not a city. The name of Ketapang is only referred for Ketapang Regency. Although there is no exact border of the city, most of the government offices and the central of business of Ketapang Regency are located in Delta Pawan District (Kecamatan Delta Pawan) and because of that the district is considered as the capital of the regency. The district itself is located on the delta of the Pawan River.
In 1936, Ketapang regency became one of the Afdeling (district in Dutch) in Keresidenan Kalimantan Barat (Residentis Western Afdeling van Borneo). In 1956, Ketapang regency became an autonomous regency in West Kalimantan province, and led by a regent (bupati).
Sukadana () is the capital city of North Kayong Regency (Kabupaten Kayong Utara), on the island of Borneo. North Kayong regency is one of the regencies of West Kalimantan province in Indonesia. The nearest airport is Rahadi Osman-Ketapang Ketapang Airport.
Tanjungpura is a name of a small town in Ketapang Regency of West Kalimantan, Indonesia.
In its mid course Pawan River passes through the little town of Tandjoengpoera (Tanjungpura). Pawan River passes through Ketapang before passing into the South China Sea at . It is to the south of Sukadana town. Sukadana means the "city of rays" and known as diamond city. The Pawan river drains into the sea near the present Ketapang through two estuaries; which are meandering channels. The depth of water here is about during spring tide. Tanjungpura is situated about in the upstream. The river forms one of the major river basins in West Kalimantan Province in the Ketapang Regency ( from Pontianak) whose capital is Ketapang. Tropical peats have been identified in its basin area.
Ketapang is a multicultural city. It has a large population of Chinese. Madurese and Javanese are significant minorities, in terms of size. Most Chinese residents in Ketapang are of either Teochew or Hakka descent with Teochew being the majority. Because of this, Teochew is the main dialect used among Chinese residents in Ketapang. The native Indonesians living there are mainly of Malay and Dayak descent. In regards to speech, most citizens of Ketapang incorporate a type of Malay accent in their Indonesian, which is somewhat similar to that used in Malaysia.
Ketapang Regency is a regency in the south of the province of West Kalimantan, on the island of Borneo in Indonesia. Ketapang Regency occupies an area of 31,240.74 km², and at the census in 2010 it had 427,460 inhabitants following the splitting off of five districts in the north-west of the regency in 2007 to form the new North Kayong Regency; the latest official estimate (as at January 2014) is 442,090. The principal town lies at Ketapang.
The Situbondo–Banyuwangi Toll Road will pass by the Ketapang Ferry Terminal, a harbor that connects Java and Bali.
Tanjungpura Kingdom is a name of an ancient kingdom located in the Ketapang Regency of West Kalimantan province of Indonesia.
The temple follows the Roman or Latin rite and is the mother church of the Diocese of Ketapang (Dioecesis Ketapangensis or Keuskupan Ketapang) that began as apostolic prefecture in 1954 and was elevated to its current status in 1961 by the bull "Quod Christus" of pope John XXIII.
A small isolated beach originally known as Monkey Beach. "Teluk Ketapang" is derived from the numerous sea almond trees known locally as Pokok Ketapang. This isolated beach can be easily accessed by boat from Teluk Bahang jetty; alternatively you can try trail 1A-1B-1C-1D-2.
After intersecting with a road going into the national park, Route 1 goes into Banyuwangi Regency 450 m southward, marked by a bridge over Bajulmati River. After running for 14 km southeastward, Route 1 approaches the coast of Bali Strait in Bangsring village, and remains so until reaching Ketapang nine kilometers southward. Before reaching Ketapang, the route passes through Watudodol Beach, a place that gives a sight over Bali. travellers Route 1's course ends in front of Ketapang Ferry Terminal, and its course toward Downtown Banyuwangi is continued by Route 3.
North Kayong Regency was created in 2007, following a central government decision to split the area off from the Ketapang Regency.
1930s saw numerous Jieyang inhabitants emigrating overseas. Pontianak and Ketapang, Indonesia, Johor Bahru, Malaysia, Singapore, Cambodia and Thailand has large Chinese communities of Jieyang origin.
Maya Karimata (also called Maya or Maja) is an island in Ketapang district in West Kalimantan Province, Indonesia. Its area is .