Synonyms for landak or Related words with landak

bengkayang              sekadau              sanggau              indragiri              melawi              nunukan              kapuas              sintang              lubuk              solok              katingan              ketapang              langkat              malinau              bengkalis              hilir              sijunjung              cianjur              mempawah              tebing              tamiang              kotawaringin              karang              pesisir              brebes              pelalawan              bulungan              seruyan              pandeglang              polewali              selama              pematang              belimbing              enrekang              sumedang              donggala              pangkal              wetan              blora              tabanan              tasikmalaya              takalar              konawe              bulukumba              pasaman              labuhan              tabalong              lembah              trenggalek              asahan             



Examples of "landak"
Landak Regency consists of thirteen districts ("kecamatan"), tabulated below with their populations at the 2010 Census:
Porcupine dates, Hao Zhu Zhao, 豪猪枣, (箭豬棗), Batu Landak. The Malayan porcupine bezoar (Hystrix brachyura bezoar).
Landak Regency is a regency of West Kalimantan province, Indonesia. It covers 8,915.10 km and had a population of 329,649 at the 2010 Census; the latest official estimate (as at January 2014) is 340,931. The principal town lies at Ngabang. Landak is also one of the four regencies in West Kalimantan, that is predominantly Catholic, the others being Sanggau, Sekadau, and Sintang.
The Philippine porcupine, Indonesian porcupine, or Palawan porcupine ("Hystrix pumila") is a species of rodent in the family Hystricidae (Old World porcupines) endemic to the island of Palawan in the Philippines. It is known locally as "durian" or "landak".
In rural areas inhabited by the Dayak predominantly Christian (Catholic / Protestant) as in Bengkayang, Landak, Sanggau, Sintang and Sekadau. The Chinese in the West Kalimantan mostly adheres to Buddhism and Christianity (Catholic / Protestant).
Salako is spoken in Sarawak and West Kalimantan. There are speakers in Sambas and Bengkayang Regencies and in Singkawang. Other dialects are spoken in the Pontianak, Bengkawang and Landak Regencies of West Kalimantan.
There are scant records of the first Chinese mining communities. W. A. Palm, a Dutch East India Company representative, reports that gold mines had been established in 1779 around Landak, but the ethnicity of its workers is unknown.
Pontianak City lies on the Equator track with a height ranging from 0.1 to 1.5 meters above sea level. Cities are separated by the Kapuas Besar River, Kapuas Kecil River and Landak River. Thus Pontianak city is divided into three parts.
The main large rivers are the Kapuas River, which is also the longest river in Indonesia (1,086 km), which along 942 km are navigable. The great rivers are: Melawi river, (navigable 471 km), Pawan River (197 km), Kendawangan river (128 km), Jelai River (135 km), Sekadau river (117 km), Sambas river (233 km ), Landak River (178 km).
In 1661 Ageng extended Banten rule to Landak in western Borneo. In the 1670s he also acquired Cirebon area following civil war in Mataram. Ageng established trade with Spanish Manila for silver and built canal for coconut palm and sugar plantations, among other developments.
The Hakka in Singkawang and the surrounding regencies of Sambas, Bengkayang, Ketapang and Landak speak a different standard of Hakka dialect to the Hakkas along the Kapuas River. Originally West Borneo has diverse Hakka origin but during the 19th century, a large people came from Jiexi so more Hakkas in the region speak Hopo mixed with Wuhua and Huilai accents that eventually formed the dialect of Singkawang Hakka.
2004–2016: The constituency contains the polling districts of Klebang, Kampong Melayu Paloh, Ladang Paloh, Paloh, Bandar Paloh Utara, Bandar Paloh Selatan, Kampong Muhibbah, Kali Malaya, Bukit Paloh, Ladang Landak, Ladang Kekayaan, Chamek, Consolidated Eastern Plantations, Tereh Selatan, Pengkalan Tereh, Ladang Pamol, Pekan Kampong Gajah, Kampong Gajah, Kangkar Kahang Timor, Kangkar Kahang Barat, Kahang, FELDA Kahang Timor, FELDA Ulu Dengar, FELDA Kahang Barat, Sri Lambak, Sungai Sayong, FELDA Bukit Tongkat, FELDA Ulu Belitong, FELDA Ulu Pengeli.
2016–present: The constituency contains the polling districts of Klebang, Kampong Melayu Paloh, Ladang Paloh, Paloh, Bandar Paloh Utara, Bandar Paloh Selatan, Kampong Muhibbah, Kali Malaya, Bukit Paloh, Ladang Landak, Ladang Kekayaan, Chamek, Consolidated Eastern Plantations, Tereh Selatan, Pengkalan Tereh, Ladang Pamol, Pekan Kampong Gajah, Kampong Gajah, Kangkar Kahang Timor, Kangkar Kahang Barat, Kahang, FELDA Kahang Timor, FELDA Ulu Dengar, FELDA Kahang Barat, Sri Lambak, Sungai Sayong, FELDA Bukit Tongkat, FELDA Ulu Belitong, FELDA Ulu Pengeli.
The Kanayatn Tribe used the Tankian as its primary weapon for head hunting in the past. In the Salako language, the Tankian is also referred to as the Parang Pandat. The Kanayatn tribe also used shields to deflect attacks from their enemies' swords. According to the Kanayatn people in Mempawah (Compaq-mem pa wah Hulu-mental-too-Sada Niang), there are two types of shields in Kanayatn culture: Gun amp and Jabakng. However, according to Kanayatn members in Landak (including sea Ambawang & Kuala Mandor), there is just one type of shield, namely Gun amp.
The river discharges into the South China Sea creating a marshy delta, which spreads both inland and into the sea, with the silt deposits extending up to 50–60 km from the Borneo coast. The delta is located west-southwest of Pontianak, the capital of West Kalimantan province, which lies at the equator. The delta has five arms, of which the northernmost one is the widest, and is therefore called the Big Kapuas (). The largest tributary is the Melawi River, which occurs to the left near the city of Sintang, about 465 km from the mouth. Other major tributaries are the Landak, Kubu, Punggur and Sekayam rivers.
Dyeing – all of the raw materials for the natural dyes are harvested from the rainforest. The Iban have traditionally made use of a large number of plants to produce a range of rich beautiful dyes. The rengat plant produces an ‘indigo’ colour in many different tones. The akar penawar landak is used to obtain yellow color dye. For the Engkudu dye, if kapok or quicklime is added the colour will turn brown. The yarn is dipped into the combination, turned until it is well saturated and left to soak before it is dried under the sun. after the dye process yarns are further prepared by tying sections to build up the design.
2016–present: The constituency contains the polling districts of Pulau Perhentian, Seberang Barat, Nail, Seberang Barat Luar, Tok Saboh, Kampung Nangka, Kampung Baru, Bukit Puteri, Air Terjun, Pekan Seberang Kastam, Pengkalan Nyireh, Kampung Raja Utara, Kampung Raja Selatan, Keluang, Batu Tumbuh, Amir, Gong Bayur, Tembila, Beting Lintang, Alur Lintang, Gelam Mas, Kubang Bemban, Alur Lintah, Tok Raja, Bukit Kenak, Gong Nering, Simpang Tiga Jertih, Bandar Jertih, Seberang Jertih, Padang Luas, Padang Landak, Nyiur Tujuh, Gong Gucil, Pelagat, Cerang Meliling, Lubuk Kawah, Alur Keladi, Darau, Pasir Akar, Padang Bual, Bukit Payung, Felda Tenang, Kampung La, Hulu Besut, Kayu Kelat.
2004–2016: The constituency contains the polling districts of Pulau Perhentian, Seberang Barat, Kampung Nail, Seberang Barat Luar, Tok Saboh, Kampung Nangka, Kampung Baru, Bukit Puteri, Pekan Seberang Kastam, Seberang Kastam Luar, Kampung Raja Utara, Kampung Raja Selatan, Keluang, Kampung Pinang, Amir Kampung Raja, Gong Bayur Tembila, Tembila, Benting Lintang, Alur Lintang, Mukim Kubang Bemban, Alur Lintah, Tok Raja, Bukit Kenak, Gong Nering, Simpang Tiga Jertih, Bandar Jertih, Seberang Jertih, Padang Luas, Padang Landak, Cerang Meliling, Lubuk Kawah, Alur Keladi, Darau, Kampung Pasir Akar, Pasir Akar Luar, Mukim Tenang, LKTP Tenang, Kampung La, Hulu Besut.
Sanggau ; Hakka: Sîang-ngau) is a regency in West Kalimantan province of Indonesia. It is situated in the north-central part of the province, with an area (since the separation of the former eastern part of the regency in 2003 to create Sekadau Regency) of 12,857.80 km² and a population of 408,468 at the 2010 Census; the latest official estimate (for January 2014) is 422,448. Alongside with Landak Regency, Sekadau Regency, and Sintang Regency, Sanggau is one of the four West Kalimantan regencies that are predominantly Catholic.
The Brunei royal family was related to the Muslim Rajahs who in ruled the principality in 1570 of Manila (Kingdom of Maynila) and this was what the Spaniards came across on their initial arrival to Manila, Spain uprooted Islam out of areas where it was shallow after they began to force Christianity on the Philippines in their conquests after 1521 while Islam was already widespread in the 16th century Philippines. In the Philippines in the Cebu islands the natives killed the Spanish fleet leader Magellan. Borneo's western coastal areas at Landak, Sukadana, and Sambas saw the growth of Muslim states in the sixteenth century, in the 15th century at Nanking, the capital of China, the death and burial of the Borneo Bruneian king Maharaja Kama took place upon his visit to China with Zheng He's fleet.