Synonyms for mukah or Related words with mukah

samarahan              lawas              sarikei              marudi              kanowit              limbang              melintang              tasek              kapit              simunjan              sadong              kampar              tuaran              sabak              lembah              kubang              bernam              saratok              balingian              julau              sipitang              asajaya              pengkalan              selangau              segamat              tiram              tebing              putatan              nibong              kulai              belaga              kluang              muara              kudat              integrasi              jemoreng              hutan              kunak              baharu              tebedu              tutong              mersing              matang              kemang              tawau              sibu              bintulu              rajang              bahau              tasik             

Examples of "mukah"
The Batang Mukah Bridge or Mukah Bridge is a landmark bridge in Mukah town in Mukah Division, Sarawak, Malaysia.
Major rivers in Mukah are Batang Mukah, Batang Oya, Batang Igan and Batang Rajang.
According to the National Census 2010, Mukah has a population of 43,284. However, this is the population of Mukah district not Mukah town. The majority of the people is Melanau. Other ethnicities are Chinese, Iban, Malay and others.
Mukah Airport is a STOLport (Short Take-Off and Landing airport) in Mukah, a town in the state of Sarawak in Malaysia.
There are two higher education institutes in the division; UiTM Mukah campus and Mukah Polytechnic. Also, there is a coal power plant built in Matadeng, some 30 km from the Mukah town. In March 2015, Tun Pehin Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud has launced the Laila Taib College (KLT) Mukah Campus. The 35-acre campus is within the Mukah Education Hub and costs RM 336 million. The campus is still under construction.
In 1996, the Mukah Light Industrial Estate was established by the Mukah river, about 3 km from the Mukah town. The planned area covers 61 hectares. The other industrial estate in Mukah Division is the Tanjung Manis Timber Processing Zone developed by Sarawak Timber Industry Development Corporation (STIDC).
The iconic "Pesta Kaul Mukah" (Mukah Kaul Festival) is held annually in April. In 2014, the festival will be held on 24 April until 28 April 2013.
The Mukah-Selangau road connects Mukah town and other major towns in Sarawak via the Pan Borneo Highway. Express buses to Bintulu, Sibu and Miri are also available.
Dalat is connected by a single-carriage road to Mukah. There are daily express bus services connecting Dalat and Miri via Bintulu and Mukah.
Mukah offers a different tourism attraction in Sarawak. Being the only Melanau-majority town, the Melanau culture is the best that Mukah has to offer.
Oya is a small town in Mukah Division, Sarawak, Malaysia.
2016–present: The constituency contains the polling districts of Baoh, Penat, Sebakong, Ulu Baoh, Dijih, Ulu Sikat, Nanga Sikat, Engkerbai, Petanak Mukah, Tellian, Judan, Kuala Lama, Tellian Laut, Mukah, Penakop Permai.
Mukah is a coastal town which serves as the administrative center of the "Mukah District" (2,536 square kilometres) in Mukah Division, Sarawak, Malaysia. It is located by the South China Sea, about 2 hours by road from the city of Sibu. Mukah is also accessible by air by MASwings from Kuching and Miri. The duration of both flights is about one hour. There are also speed boats connecting the town of Dalat (about 30 kilometres from Mukah) to Sibu. The speed boat trip takes approximately 2 hours.
Some of the places of interest in Mukah Division are:
In term of air connectivity, Mukah is served by a short take-off and landing airport (STOL), Mukah Airport. Flights to Kuching (3X daily) and Miri (1X daily) are operated by MASwings.
Mukah Division contains five administrative districts: Mukah, Dalat, Daro, Matu and Tanjung Manis. The total population is 110,543. The population is culturally mixed, with mostly Melanau, Malay, Iban, and Chinese predominating.
The fishery industry is synonym with Mukah town too. The Melanaus are fish lovers and fish are incorporated in traditional dishes, for example "umai". Mukah town even has statues of "Ikan Merah"(Red Snapper) and "Udang"(Prawn) that
Tanjung Manis Airport (Malay: ) is an airport located in Mukah Division, Sarawak, Malaysia. Although Tanjung Manis is now under the jurisdiction of Mukah Division, due to its close proximity to Sarikei, the airport also serves the Sarikei Division as well.
2006–2016: The constituency contains the polling districts of Petanak Mukah, Mukah, Tellian, Litong, Penakop, Temesu, Balingian, Judan, Kuala Lama, Penakop Permai, Tellian Laut, Tutus, Jebungan, Kenyana, Sesok, Ulu Bedengan, Bedengan, Penipah, Kuala Balingian, Suyong, Liok.
Amid the State Election 2011, Abdul Taib Mahmud revealed that the state government will conduct a comprehensive master plan study on the Mukah smart town model by the end of 2011. The study would incorporate infrastructure plans including the building of railways linking Mukah with Tanjong Manis Halal Hub and Samalaju New Township in Bintulu. He also officiated at the opening of the second phase of Mukah Biotech Economic Zone, covering an area of 10 ha.