Synonyms for selat or Related words with selat

karang              lubuk              tebing              lembah              kebun              kelapa              rantau              solok              pinang              tasek              teluk              simpang              ujung              siantar              pantai              pangkal              muara              duyong              ketapang              redang              bengkalis              tasik              telaga              linggi              pariaman              tanjung              pematang              selatan              bahau              labuhan              perhentian              nibong              kampar              gading              hujung              renggam              nunukan              hutan              seberang              parit              intan              ujong              indragiri              gunong              lampung              kepulauan              pandang              baharu              sadong              pelalawan             

Examples of "selat"
Sumba Strait (Indonesian: Selat Sumba) is a strait in Indonesia.
The Johore Strait, (also known as the Tebrau Strait, Straits of Johor, Selat Johor, Selat Tebrau, and Tebrau Reach), is an international strait in Southeast Asia, between Singapore and mainland Malaysia.
Samulun is a subzone of Boon Lay. It is bounded by Jalan Buroh, Tanjong Kling Road, Shipyard Road, Selat Samulun, Selat Pulau Damar and Jurong Pier Road. Pulau Samulun is part of this subzone.
Selat is a village in the Batang Hari Regency in the Jambi Province of Sumatra, Indonesia.
Selat Lumut Bridge is the longest straits bridge in Klang Valley.
The Straits Chinese Jewellery Museum (Malay: "Muzium Perhiasan Cina Selat"; ) is a museum in Malacca City, Malacca, Malaysia.
While the other three teams, namely PS Air Melok, PS Selat Panjang and PS Bangkinang will still awaited confirmation finally.
Hoo Ann Kiong Temple () or known as Vihara Sejahtera Sakti in Indonesian, is the oldest Chinese Taoism temple in Selat Panjang. This temple also the oldest in Riau province, located on Jalan Ahmad Yani, Selat Panjang, Riau. This temple is one of the cultural heritage assets Meranti Islands Regency.
New Harbour Road was also renamed Keppel Road. This reportedly pleased Admiral Keppel very much. The Chinese names for Keppel Road and Keppel Harbour were "sin kam kong chu u" or "Kampong Bahru dock", and "sek lat moi" or ""selat" passage" ("selat" is Malay for straits).
Shipyard is a subzone of Boon Lay. It is bounded by Pioneer Road, Tanjong Kling Road, Shipyard Road, Selat Samulun and Benoi Basin.
The capital is Selat Panjang. Other population centers include Bengkikit, Merbau, Mengkudu, Sungaitohor and Mayau around the coast, and Deremi in the interior.
Lucipara Islands are about 50 km west of Penyu Islands, both of which belong to Molucca Islands. They are directly south of Manipa Strait (Selat Manipa) near Ceram.
A runaway truck ramp, to stop vehicles unable to brake, is provided on both ends of the Selat Lumut-SKVE Bridge.
The earliest known records of Jurong can be traced back to 1595 on a maritime documentation of oriental trading routes. Titled ""Reys-gheschrift van de Navigation der Portugaloysers in Orienten"", the journal written by Dutch author Jan Huyghen van Linschoten, names a certain "Selat Sembilan" that one must cross eastwards after reaching the southernmost end of the Strait of Malacca. This suggests that the straits near Jurong witnessed a significant role in the ancient maritime Silk Road. Although not mapped by Linschoten, the location of Selat Sembilan was later identified in Philip Jackson's 1828 survey of Singapore. Despite much land-reclamation works along most coastal parts of Jurong and Tuas, Selat Sembilan still exists today as Selat Jurong, stretching along the entire coastline of the region.
The second route, reputed to take five hours (one-way), proceeds to the southern peak and commences higher from Pura Pasar Agung, near Selat.
Selat Lumut Bridge is the longest straits bridge in Klang Valley, Selangor, Malaysia. It connects mainland Port Klang to Pulau Indah.
Selat Klang is a state constituency in Selangor, Malaysia, that has been represented in the Selangor State Legislative Assembly since 1974.
A flea market in Taman Selat where antique goods such as old coins, watches, iron are sold. Local food stalls and boutiques are also located there.
The tower is located in the center of a square surrounded by Jalan Pasar, Jalan Selat, Jalan Bandar and Jalan Ah Cheong.
Nearby towns and villages include Merlung (26.2 nm), Pematangpayung (28.0 nm), Selat (6.1 nm), Teluk(6.7 nm) and Kuap (1.4 nm) .