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Pulau Bujang and Gojong (E Lingga)

Pulau Bujang and Gojong (E Lingga)



Pulau Bujang, about 5 miles W of Pulau Selentang, is hilly and wooded, with a peaked hill 111m high near its center; it is steep-to on the NE side but elsewhere is surrounded by a reef which dries. On the SE side, are two wooded rocks.

Tjawan Reef, which dries, lies about 0.5 mile NW of Pulau Bujang.

Pulau Gojong, lying between Pulau Bujang and Tanjung Liang, is low and wooded, it is surrounded except on its SW side, by a reef that dries and extends for a distance of 0.4 mile.

Pulau Malangbilang (Malang Bilang), a rock 4.3m high, and Pasir Pandjang, a sandbank which dries, lie about 1 mile SE and NE, respectively, of Pulau Gojong.

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