Synonyms for selayar or Related words with selayar
Examples of "selayar"
Islands Regency is a regency of Indonesia in South Sulawesi province that covers the
Islands, which lie to the south of Sulawesi. The
Straits separate the regency from Sulawesi island.
Island is the main island of the
"). It lies off the coast of Cape Bira of South Sulawesi Province. The
Straits separate it from the mainland of Sulawesi. Its main city is Benteng, towns Bonelohe, Padang, Barangbarang, over 50 miles long and very narrow; area, 248 mi². Benteng is the starting point for diving tours.
or Selayarese is a Malayo-Polynesian language spoken by about 100,000 people on the island of
in South Sulawesi province, Indonesia.
Island from Cape Bira of the main island South Sulawesi Province, Indonesia. Within the strait lies Kambing Island and "Pulau" Pasitanete.
"Aethalida owadai owadai" Dubatolov & Kishida, 2005 (Indonesia:
or Saleyer (Indonesian: "Kabupaten
", Dutch: "Saleijer"), is an archipelago of South Sulawesi province, Indonesia. It lies in the Flores Sea, between Sulawesi and Flores, around 150km southeast of the major city of Makassar. "Kabupaten
" is the Regency, covering 903.35 km² with a population of about 120,000 (2012). There are 73 islands, the main one being
Island. To the east lies "Pulau" (Island) Kalaotoa and "Pulau" Karompa Lompo (in Sulawesi Tenggara province), and to the west lies "Kepulauan Sabalana" (the Sabalana Islands). It is a biodiverse diving site.
") is more than 100 fathoms deep and, with a strong current, is dangerous for native ships to navigate. The strata of
Island are all sedimentary rocks: coraline limestone, occasionally sandstone; everywhere, except in the north and north-west, covered by a fertile soil. The watershed is a chain running throughout the island from N. to S., reaching in Bontona Haru 5840 ft.,\ and sloping steeply to the east coast.
Here are the names of the Leader / Regent
Islands since 1739 until now :
Benteng is an administrative district in the
Islands Regency, South Sulawesi, Indonesia. It is the administrative capital of the
Islands Regency and is located on the seafront where the means of transport from outside the closest is Benteng Pier. The nearest airport and is the only airport H. Aroeppala located in Padang few miles south of Benteng Bontosunggu precisely in the village, Bontoharu District,
Islands Regency. Capital city is the administrative district Benteng Citadel.
Coastal Konjo is spoken in Bantaeng, Bulukumba, and Sinjai regencies of South Sulawesi province, and around the
Haji Aroeppala Airport , sometimes abbreviated H. Aroeppala Airport, is an airport in
Regency, South Sulawesi, Sulawesi Island, Indonesia.
Islands Regency is divided into eleven districts ("kecamatan"), tabulated below with their 2010 Census populations and their administrative centres ('capitals').
Endotricha psammitis is a species of snout moth in the genus "Endotricha". It is found in Australia, the
Islands and Tambora Island.
Aethalida owadai is a moth of the family Erebidae. It was described by Dubatolov and Kishida in 2005. It is found on
Island and Flores Island.
Agrioceros neogena is a moth in the Depressariidae family. It was described by Diakonoff in 1966. It is found on the
South Sulawesi () is a province in the southern peninsula of Sulawesi. The
Islands archipelago is also part of the province.
Taka Bone Rate is administered as part of
Regency, South Sulawesi province. The atoll is located in Flores Sea, southeast off the coast from the southern "arms" of Sulawesi Island and to the east of
Island. It is located west of Wakatobi islands and far north of Komodo island across the Flores Sea. The nearest large city is Makassar, from where it can be reached in about 16 hours by boat.
The Taka Bonerate Islands in Indonesia consist of Latondu, Rajuni, Tinabo, Pasi Telu, and Taka Lumungan. They lie about 3 to 4 hours by boat from Benteng, the administrative capital of the
Islands. Together they make up the Takabonerate District of
Regency in South Sulawesi Province. It is part of a National Marine Park, with dive sites, pelagic fishes, dolphins, turtles, many soft corals, sea fans. Also it is the third largest atoll in the world.
After surviving the tsunami caused by the eruption of Krakatoa, the ship was stranded and lost in the Flores Sea off the Tengga Batoe reef south of
Island in 1898.
The species is endemic to the Sulawesi, Butan, and several smaller Indonesian islands (Mangole, Sanana, Siau, Sangihe,
). It prefers lowland habitats with an elevation of up to 1,500 m asl.
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