Synonyms for sibuti or Related words with sibuti

pujut              bunut              rimba              lembah              nabawan              guntung              rakit              tamparuli              karang              belaga              balingian              rahang              lambak              tuang              mengkibol              peninjau              balung              langkap              pertang              lumadan              simunjan              tiram              chuping              kubur              jelai              gunong              temiang              tempatan              pengkalan              katingan              dibawah              kiulu              merang              kawang              bentong              lubuk              bengkoka              tebing              hujung              saratok              bachok              sadong              kubang              tulang              jemoreng              sabak              malinau              baharu              piasau              meluan             



Examples of "sibuti"
2016–present: The constituency contains the polling districts of Batu Niah, Niah, Saeh, Kelulit, Tiris, Bungai, Bekanu, Bakas, Hulu Sibuti.
Sibuti is a federal constituency in Sarawak, Malaysia, that has been represented in the Dewan Rakyat since 2008.
2006–2016: The constituency contains the polling districts of Batu Niah, Niah, Saeh, Kelulit, Tiris, Bungai, Bekanu, Bakas, Hulu Sibuti.
2016–present: The constituency contains the polling districts of Batu Niah, Niah, Saeh, Kelulit, Tiris, Bungai, Bekanu, Bakas, Hulu Sibuti, Peninjau, Satap, Bakam, Lambir, Airport, Tukau, RAMD.
Miri District is an administrative district in Miri Division, Sarawak, Malaysia covering a total area of 4707 km. The Miri District can be divided into Miri City (997.43 km), Sibuti sub-district (842.47 km), and Niah sub-district (2887.21 km). They are governed by Miri District Office located in Miri City, Sibuti sub-district office, and Niah sub-district office. The Miri City is administered by Miri City Council (MCC). Meanwhile, Niah and Sibuti sub-district falls under the jurisdiction of Subis District Council headquartered at Bekenu.
2008–2016: The constituency contains the polling districts of Batu Niah, Niah, Saeh, Kelulit, Tiris, Bungai, Bekanu, Bakas, Hulu Sibuti, Peninjau, Satap, Bakam, Lambir.
Kedayan, is another distinct ethnic from Malay and Melanau, but traditionally Muslim. Although small in number, they contribute to a majority of Muslim population in Sibuti and Bekenu district.
Haji Ahmad Lai Bujang (born 26 November 1949) is a Malaysian politician. He is the Member of the Parliament of Malaysia for the Sibuti constituency in Sarawak, representing the Parti Pesaka Bumiputera Bersatu (PBB) in the governing Barisan Nasional coalition.
The Miri-Sibuti Coral Reefs National Park is a protected area of coral reefs in Miri Division, Sarawak, Malaysia, off the island of Borneo. The park is a popular dive destination. The Miri-Sibuti Coral Reefs National Park, lying at depths ranging from at the seaward edge, has an average visibility of . The best time to dive is from late March through November each year. Popular diving sites includes Luconia Area, Anemone Garden, Grouper Patch Reef, Atago Maru Wreck and Seafan Garden. There are also some wreck dives. It is one of Malaysia’s most recently discovered diving locations and the largest offshore national park created in the state of Sarawak.
The Kedaya are an ethnic group residing in parts of Sarawak. They are also known as Kadayan, Kadaian or simply badly spelled as Kadyan by the British. The Kedayan language is spoken by more than 37,000 people in Sarawak, with most of the members of the Kedayan community residing in Lawas, Limbang, Miri and Sibuti areas.
Miri Hospital is the main tertiary and referral hospital in the northern region of Sarawak, Malaysia. Miri Hospital serves as a medical hub for a population of 1.5 million people. Miri Hospital caters not only to the people of Miri district, but also the districts and sub-districts of Limbang, Lawas, Marudi, Ulu Baram, Niah, Sibuti, Bekenu, Suai, Long Lama, Bakelalan and Bario highlands.
Miri is the main tourist gateway to Gunung Mulu National Park, Loagan Bunut National Park, Lambir Hills National Park, Niah National Park and Miri-Sibuti Coral Reef National Park. The Gunung Mulu National Park with its Sarawak Chamber is one of the favourite ecotourism destinations. Miri is also the birthplace of the Malaysian petroleum industry. Other major industries in the city include timber, oil palm and tourism.
Miri was formerly administered by the Miri Municipal Council for 24 years. It was upgraded to Miri City Council (MCC) on 20 May 2005, with Adam Yii Adam Yii Siew Sang as its current mayor, headquartered at Kinsgway Road, Miri. Area under the jurisdiction of MCC is 977.43 km. Miri lies within the boundary of the Miri District, which consists of Miri City, Sibuti sub-district, and Niah sub-district, with a total population of 290,274 and total area of 4,707 km. Miri Resident Office and Miri District Office are located at Kingsway Road, Miri City.
Miri is surrounded by five national parks namely: Gunung Mulu National Park, Niah National Park, Lambir Hills National Park, Loagan Bunut National Park and Miri-Sibuti Coral Reef National Park. Tanjung Lobang Beach is the oldest recreational park in Miri. It is a popular spot for watching sunsets. There are two wooden piers extending out into the ocean which offer a view of the coastline and the seahorse lighthouse at Marina Bay. Taman Selera (which serves seafood meals), Miri Marriott Hotel and Parkcity Everly Hotel are located at Tanjung Lobang Beach. Marina Bay also has berthing facilities for yachts. Hawaii Beach is located 15 minutes away from Miri city. Picnic and barbecue facilities are provided here. Lutong Beach is suitable for paragliding and paramotor sports. Luak Esplanade Beach is located 11 km south of the city. It is a popular spot for barbecues and picnics. Further down to the south of Luak Esplanade Beach is Bungai Beach, which is located at Bekenu, about 1 hour drive from Miri city. Since 2015, the "Blue Tears" phenomenon caused by Dinoflagellate bioluminescence can be seen at Miri beaches particularly at Tusan beach, which is a half-an-hour drive from the Miri city.