Synonyms for pelalawan or Related words with pelalawan

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Examples of "pelalawan"
Pangkalan Kerinci (Jawi: ڤڠكالن كرينچي ) is a town or Sub-district in Pelalawan Regency, of Riau province of Indonesia. The town is principal (capital) of Pelalawan Regency. As of the 2010 census it had a population of 69,444.
Pelalawan is a regency ("kabupaten") of Riau, Indonesia. It has an area of 12,647.29 km² and population of 150,609.
Pawira Putra (born on April 27, 1989 in Pelalawan Regency) is an Indonesian footballer who currently plays for PSPS Pekanbaru in the Indonesia Super League.
In 1511, the Malaccan capital fell into the hands of Portuguese conquistadors. However, Malacca remained an institutional prototype: a paradigm of statecraft and a point of cultural reference for successor states such as Johor Sultanate (1528–present), Perak Sultanate (1528–present), Pahang Sultanate (1470–present), Siak Sri Indrapura Sultanate (1725–1946), Pelalawan Sultanate (1725–1946) and Riau-Lingga Sultanate (1824–1911).
Segati Kingdom is currently located in Langgam Segati Pelalawan. People here mostly live from farming, forestry and palm oil plantation. Acacia trees supply the raw material for paper. Segati forests are currently managed by PT.Siak Raya Timber (SRT) and also PT.Riau Andalan Pulp and Paper (RAPP), possibly illegally. Disputes are common between villagers and the RAPP, over land and tree planting in the area.
Bono waves can persist for four hours or more, and travel as far upstream as Tanjung Pungai, Meranti, Pelalawan Regency, inland. Bono is not just one wave but a series of many, sometimes on the left and right river banks and at other times in the middle of the river. Surfing the Bono waves is difficult, owing to the quantity of mud in the river.
Based on the decree of the Military Governor of Central Sumatra Number: 10/GM/STE/49 dated 9 November 1949, Kampar Regency is one area in Riau Province Level II consists of Kawedanaan Pelalawan, Pasir Pangarayan, Bangkinang and the Outer City Pekanbaru the capital is Pekanbaru. Then, based on Law No.. 12 In 1956 the capital was moved to Kampar Regency new Bangkinang and implemented on June 6, 1967.
The river is the confluence of two tributaries of almost equal size: Kampar Kanan River (or Right Kampar), and Kampar Kiri River (or Left Kampar). Kampar Kanan River passes through Lima Puluh Kota Regency and Kampar Regency, while Kampar Kiri River passes through Sijunjung Regency, Kuantan Singingi Regency, and Kampar Regency. The tributaries meet in the Langgam subdistrict, Pelalawan Regency, before flowing into the Malacca Strait as the Kampar River. Koto Panjang, an artificial lake upstream of the river, is used to power a hydroelectric generating plant with a capacity of 114 MW.
Bono wave can be seen in many location of Kampar river, such as: Tanjung Sebayang, Pulau Muda, Teluk Meranti and Tanjung Pungai, all of them in Pelalawan Regency. The location can be reached from Pangkalan Kerinci within 4 hours by car, or 3 hours by speedboat. Pangkalan Kerinci can be reached within 90 minutes by car from Pekanbaru or Pekanbaru international airport. The river can also be reached via nearby Singapore. Bono location is not far from Tesso Nilo National Park and Kerumutan Natural Reserve and local government also planned to extend Bono tourist attraction with ecotourism.
Riau provincial population consists of diverse ethnic groups. They consist of Java (25.05%), Minangkabau (11.26%), Batak (7.31%), Banjar (3.78%), Chinese (3.72%), and Bugis (2.27% ). The Malays are the largest community with a composition of 37.74% of the entire population of Riau. They generally come from coastal areas in Rokan Hilir, Dumai, Bengkalis, Meranti Islands, up to Pelalawan, Siak, Inderagiri Inderagiri Upstream and Downstream. However, there are also indigenous Minangkabau ethnic clumps mainly from areas Rokan Hulu, Kampar, Kuantan Singingi, and partly Inderagiri Hulu. Also Mandailing community in Rokan Hulu, which is claimed to be a Malay rather than as Minangkabau or Batak. The 19th century, the people of South Kalimantan Banjar and Bugis from South Sulawesi, also began arriving in Riau. They are widely settled in Indragiri Hilirkhususnya Tembilahan. The opening of Caltex oil mining company in the 1940s in Rumbai, encouraging people from throughout the country to try his luck in Riau. Javanese and Sundanese in general, many migrants are in the area. While ethnic Minangkabau generally become merchants and many living in urban areas such as Pekanbaru, Bangkinang, Duri, and Dumai. Likewise, Chinese people are generally the same as the ethnic Minangkabau are becoming merchants and settled especially in Pekanbaru, and many are also found in coastal areas in the east as Bagansiapiapi, Selatpanjang, Rupat and Bengkalis. Other than that in the province, there are a set of indigenous people who live in rural areas and riverbanks, such as Sakai tribe, Akit Tribe, Talang Mamak and Orang Laut.
Kampar Regency covers an area of approximately 10,983.47 km, and is an area that lies between 1 ° 00'40 "north latitude to 0 ° 27'00" south latitude and 100 ° 28'30 "- 101 ° 14'30" east longitude. [ 6] The boundaries of Kampar regency is as follows: North Rokan Hulu and Bengkalis Southern Regency Kuantan Singingi Fifty-City West District (West Sumatra Province) East Pekanbaru, Siak and Pelalawan Kampar district is traversed by two major rivers and several small rivers, including Sungai Kampar ± 413.5 km long with an average depth of 7.7 m and an average width of 143 meters. All parts of the river is included in Kampar District, which includes District XIII Koto Kampar, Bangkinang, Bangkinang West, Kampar, Siak Hulu, and Kampar Kiri. Then the Siak River upstream part of the length of ± 90 km with an average depth of 8–12 m across districts Tapung. Major rivers located in Kampar regency is partly still functioning well as a means of transportation, clean water sources, fish farms, as well as a source of electrical energy (hydropower Koto Panjang). Kampar district generally tropical climate, the minimum temperature occurred in November and December in the amount of 21 °C. The maximum temperature occurs in July with a temperature of 35 °C. Number of rainy days in 2009, the vast majority were around Bangkinang Seberang and Kampar Kiri.
The total population of Kampar Regency in 2010 recorded 688.204 persons, [12] which consists of the male population and female souls 354.836 333.368 inhabitants. Sex ratio (the ratio of the male population to the female population) is 109. The Kampar population is Minangkabau who often refer to themselves as Ughang Ocu, spread over most of Kampar region with Tribal Domo, Malay, Piliong / Piliang, Mandailiong, Putopang, Caniago, Kampai, Bendang, etc. In history, ethnicity, customs, and their culture is very close to the Minangkabau society. [13] particularly with Limopuluah Luhak region. This happens because the new Kampar region apart from Minang since the Japanese colonial period in 1942. According to his H.Takahashi in Japan and Eastern Asia, 1953, the Military Government Kaigun Kampar in Sumatra enter into Shio Riau region as part of a strategy of territorial defense military on the East coast of Sumatra. Furthermore, there is also little ethnic Malays who generally live in the border areas bordering East with Siak and Pelalawan. Followed by ethnic Javanese majority have settled in Kampar since the colonial period and independence through transmigration programs scattered centers of transmigration settlements. Similarly Batak ethnic population found in large enough quantities to work as laborers in the plantation sector and other services. Besides the significant number of migrants of other tribes from West Sumatra Minangkabau who made their living as traders and businessmen. The most densely populated district that is Kampar district is 333 inhabitants / km², followed by North Kampar District 226 inhabitants / km². In addition five rather densely populated districts located in the District Rumbio Jaya, Bangkinang, Bangkinang West, stop King and East Kampar, each -masing 216 inhabitants / km², 191 inhabitants / km², 158 inhabitants / km², 154 and 131 inhabitants / km² , While two relatively sparsely populated districts namely Kampar Kiri Hulu with a density of 9 inhabitants / km² and Kampar Kiri Hilir with 13 inhabitants / km².