, 4 miles long and about 2 miles wide, is separated from the W coast of Pulau Bintan by Selat Dompak (Dompak Strait), a narrow channel only available to boats.
The land in the vicinity of the channel is quite hilly and surrounded with tall trees, as opposed to low land at the W extremity of the channel.
Dompak Village is situated at the E extremity of the channel near Tanjung Rambu. Dangerous wrecks, best seen on the chart, lie to seaward of this point.
Pulau Basing and Pulau Sekatap, two low and wooded islets, lie off the S shore of Pulau Dompak, both being on a reef; the former islet is inhabited.
Pulau Pangkil (Indonesia)
Pulau Pangkil, attaining an elevation of 48m, is about 2 miles in length in a N and S direction and 0.5 mile in breadth; it is hilly, wooded, and lies on the E side of the main channel of Selat Riau, abreast Pulau Mubut Laut.
It is surrounded by a reef which extends from 0.25 to ...
17 Feb 12