Synonyms for sadong or Related words with sadong

machang              lembah              gedong              tebing              bunut              hilir              matang              lubuk              rahang              saratok              lawas              kebun              chuping              pematang              balingian              tasek              pujut              temiang              kawang              renggam              julau              selama              bachok              kubang              simunjan              gerik              pangkal              gadong              jembatan              keningau              melintang              kramat              samarahan              mukah              chenor              nabawan              tulang              nunukan              indragiri              jering              pengkalan              pandang              manggis              nibong              berangan              solok              pelawan              tujoh              libaran              tambun             



Examples of "sadong"
Batang Sadong Bridge or Sungai Buloh Bridge () is a major bridge connecting Sadong Jaya near Asajaya and Sadong near Simunjan in Samarahan Division, Sarawak, Malaysia. Opened on 16 October 2016, the bridge is now the third longest bridge in Malaysia across a river replacing the ferry service across Batang Sadong river.
2016–present: The constituency contains the polling districts of Sepayor, Semera, Jemukan, Jemukan Ulu, Sadong Jaya, Sadong Jaya Ulu, Jaie, Iboi, Pelandok.
2006–2016: The constituency contains the polling districts of Sepayor, Semera, Jemukan, Jemukan Ulu, Sadong Jaya, Sadong Jaya Ulu, Jaie, Iboi, Pelandok, Rangkang, Putin, Rangawan, Terasi, Senangeh, Sungai Buloh, Ensengei.
2008–2016: The constituency contains the polling districts of Sepayor, Semera, Jemukan, Jemukan Ulu, Sadong Jaya, Sadong Jaya Ulu, Jaie, Iboi, Pelandok, Rangkang, Putin, Rangawan, Terasi, Senangeh, Sungai Buloh, Ensengei, Sateman, Simunjan, Temiang, Pangkor, Kepayang, Gedong.
Sadong-guyŏk is divided into 13 "tong" (neighbourhoods) and 6 "ri" (villages):
The population of Tebakang, over 2000, is predominantly Bidayuh tribespeople and Malays, and the village is divided into two villages by the Sadong River (Sungai Sadong - in Malay). The settlement on the main road side is named Kampung Bidayuh Tebakang and on the other side of the Sadong River is Kampung Melayu Tebakang. The school in Tebakang has seven classrooms, seventeen teachers, and caters for 260 students.
Suggested relation with ethnics from Borneo includes Bidayuh, Bukar, and Sadong.
Batang Sadong is a federal constituency in Sarawak, Malaysia, that has been represented in the Dewan Rakyat since 1990.
Nancy was elected to Parliament in the 2008 election for the conservative rural seat of Batang Sadong.
Tongdaewŏn-guyŏk or Tongdaewon District is one of the 20 wards, and one of the six that constitute East Pyongyang, North Korea. It sits on the eastern bank of the Taedong River. It is north of Sŏn'gyo-guyŏk (Songyo District), south of Taedonggang-guyŏk (Taedonggang District) and west of Sadong-guyŏk (Sadong District) and Ryŏkp'o-guyŏk (Ryokpho District). It was established in October 1960.
Taedonggang-guyŏk, or Taedong River District, is one of the 19 guyŏk, and one of the six that constitute East Pyongyang, North Korea. Taedonggang-guyŏk is on the eastern bank of the Taedong River, north of Tongdaewŏn-guyŏk and west of Sadong-guyŏk (Sadong District). It was established in January 1958.
2016–present: The constituency contains the polling districts of Sepayor, Semera, Jemukan, Jemukan Ulu, Sadong Jaya, Sadong Jaya Ulu, Jaie, Iboi, Pelandok, Rangkang, Putin, Rangawan, Terasi, Senangeh, Sungai Buloh, Ensengei, Simunjan, Temiang, Sageng, Sekendu, Sungai Apin, Tanjong Beluku, Slangking, Kepayang, Engsengai, Sateman, Pangkor, Gedong, Tegelam, Keniong.
Rihyŏn Station is a railway station located in Rihyŏl-li, Sadong-guyŏk, P'yŏngyang, North Korea, on the Myŏngdang Branch of the P'yŏngdŏk Line of the Korean State Railway.
Mirim Airport, also known as Pyongyang East Airfield or K-24 Air Base, is an airport in Mirim-dong, Sadong-guyok, Pyongyang-si, Democratic People's Republic of Korea.
Sadong Jaya is a state constituency in Sarawak, Malaysia, that has been represented in the Sarawak State Legislative Assembly since 1996.
Sadong-guyŏk, or Sadong District, is one of the 19 guyŏk, and one of the six, that constitute East Pyongyang, North Korea. It is on the eastern bank of the Taedong River, and the mouth of the Nam River. It is north of Ryŏkp'o-guyŏk (Ryokpho District), east of Taedonggang-guyŏk (Taedonggang District) and north east of Tongdaewŏn-guyŏk. It was established in September 1959.
Ch'ŏngryong Station is a railway station located in Kŭmt'al-li, Sadong-guyŏk, P'yŏngyang, North Korea, on the P'yŏngdŏk Line of the Korean State Railway. It is also the starting point of the Myŏngdang Branch to Myŏngdang.
The freight-only station at Mirim is responsible for handling freight for the Taedonggang-guyŏk, Taesong-guyŏk and Sadong-guyŏk districts of P'yŏngyang. The main commodities arriving there are anthracite from Namdŏk, Hŭngryŏng and elsewhere, and cement from Sŭngho-ri.
The P'yŏngyang Colliery Line (, '; , ') was opened by Sentetsu in two parts to exploit the rich anthracite deposits of the area. The first section, from P'yŏngyang to Sadong, was opened on 1 September 1911. Seven years later, on 5 May 1918 a extension from Sadong to Sŭngho-ri was opened. The stations at Taedonggang and Sadong were opened in 1911, while the stations at Mirim and Sŭngho-ri were opened in 1918, and the station at Sŏn'gyo-ri on 15 October 1920. Sentetsu then opened the station at Ch'ŏngryong and the branch line to Myŏngdang on 1 November 1925, followed by the station at Ripsŏng-ri and the branch to Kobi on 1 November 1934.
In Sarawak there are generally said to be three main linguistic groupings (Biatah language; Singai-Jagoi; Bukar and Sadong language) but these can be broken down even beyond the list referenced below as most people can be distinguished by locals down to village level through smaller differences in vocabulary and intonation. Each area speaks its own dialect: