Pulau Sikeling, 91m high and about 1 mile long, lies 1 mile S of Pulau Buaya.
Blanding lies about 1 mile NW of Pulau Sikeling; it is the S of three islands located on a reef that extends about 4 miles NW.
Lobam, 84m high, lies on the N part of this reef. Turka lies between Blanding and Lobam.
The Temiang group of islands, with the other islands and dangers between Pulau Buaya and the Merodong Islands, lie far to the E of the usual track of vessels bound through Selat Durian. This group is composed of four large and several small islands, lying to the NW of Pulau Bakung and Pulau Sebangka, and separated from those islands by a narrow channel, which appears to be obstructed by rocks, best seen on the charts.