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Conflicts in 1945, 1945 in Indonesia, Battles involving the United Kingdom, Battles involving the Netherlands, Indonesian National Revolution, Military history of Indonesia, Hidden categories:, Wikipedia articles needing page number citations from August 2012, All articles with dead external links, Articles with dead external links from August 2012, All articles with unsourced statements, Articles with unsourced statements from November 2010, Use dmy dates from March 2014, Use British English fr...The Battle of Surabaya was fought between pro-independence Indonesian soldiers and militia against British and British Indian Troops as a part of the Indonesian National Revolution. The peak of the battle was in November 1945. The battle was the heaviest single battle of the revolution and became a national symbol of Indonesian resistance. Considered a heroic effort by Indonesians, the battle helped galvanise Indonesian and international support for Indonesian independence. 10 November is celebr...
Batuan (alternate: Batoeon or Baturan) is a village in Bali, Indonesia. It is noted for its artwork and style of painting which originated in the village in the 1930s and has since emerged into a major Balinese artistic style, known as a Batuan painting. It is a major painting center and contains a number of art galleries and cooperative art societies which have played a key role in promoting the art of Batuan. The village is also known for its performance of the ancient Gambuh dance, performed ...
The Kertha Gosa pavilion is an example of Balinese architecture located on the island of Bali, in the city Klungkung, Indonesia. The Kertha Gosa Pavilion at Klungkung Palace was first built in the early 18th century by Dewa Agung Gusti Sideman. The first function of the pavilion was for the court of law in 1945.citation needed] Kertha Gosa was repainted in the 1920s and again in the 1960s. The people who discovered the pavilion knew there was an extensive history behind the pavilion. The discove...
Bali, Islands of Indonesia, Lesser Sunda Islands, Provinces of Indonesia, Hidden categories:, Pages with citations lacking titles, Pages with citations having bare URLs, EngvarB from August 2014, Use dmy dates from January 2014, Coordinates on Wikidata, Articles needing additional references from October 2012, All articles needing additional references, All articles with unsourced statements, Articles with unsourced statements from October 2012, Articles with unsourced statements from February 2...
 Gelgel is a village (desa) that is situated in the regency (kabupaten) of Klungkung, on the Island of Bali, Indonesia. The village, which lies four kilometers south of the regency capital Semarapura, not far from the coast, contains a number of culturally interesting structures. It is known for its pottery and handwoven ceremonial songket cloth. The village mainly owes its fame to the kingdom of Gelgel, which dominated Bali from perhaps the early 16th century to 1686. There are no traces left to...
 Seminyak is a mixed tourist residential area on the west coast of Bali just north of Kuta and Legian. Originally a separate township, this is now just another suburb of Kuta. This area is very popular with resident expatriates and land and accommodation prices are amongst the highest in Bali. Plenty of luxury spas and hotels abound. Owing to its high density of high-end shopping, combined with the clustering of many fine eating establishments, it has rapidly become one of the most well-known tou...
Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park is located in East Java, Indonesia, to the east of Malang and to the southeast of Surabaya, the capital of East Java. It is the only conservation area in Indonesia that has a sand sea, the Tengger Sand Sea (Indonesian: Laut Pasir Tengger), across which is the caldera of an ancient volcano (Tengger) from which four new volcanic cones have emerged. This unique feature covers a total area of 5,250 hectares at an altitude of about 2,100 m. The massif also contains ...
Pacitan (Indonesian: Kabupaten Pacitan) is a regency located in the southwestern East Java Province, with Central Java Province on its west border. Located between 7.55° - 8.17°S and 110.55° - 111.25°E. The borders of Pacitan Regency are: Wonogiri Regency (Central Java) in the west, Ponorogo Regency and Wonogiri Regency in the north, Trenggalek Regency in the east, and Indian Ocean in the south. The capital of Pacitan Regency is Pacitan city. The majority of citizens in Pacitan speak Javanes...
The 1977 Sumba earthquake (also called the Sumbawa earthquake) occurred approximately 290 kilometres (180 mi) south of Bima, Sumbawa, and beneath the Indian Ocean, at 14:08 local time on 19 August. With a moment magnitude of 8.3, the temblor is notable for having an unusually great magnitude for a shock with a normal faulting focal mechanism. The shock occurred near the southern section of the Sunda Trench where several other tsunami-generating earthquakes have occurred. The temblor was at the t...
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Colonial buildings and structures in Jakarta include those that were constructed during the Dutch colonial period of Indonesia. The period (and the subsequent style) succeeded the earlier period when Jakarta (known then as Jayakarta- Jacatra), governed by the Sultanate of Banten, were completely eradicated and replaced with a walled city of Batavia. The dominant styles of the colonial period can be divided into three periods: the Dutch Golden Age (17th to late 18th century), the transitional sty...
Tangerang Regency is a regency of Banten province, Indonesia. The current regent is H. Ismet Iskandar. Though commonly misunderstood as being a part of Jakarta, Tangerang is actually outside Jakarta City but is part of Greater Jakarta (which is called Jabotabek, Tangerang being the ta of the acronym). Since 1993, the Regency has lost territory as first Tangerang city was split off on 27 February 1993 and subsequently South Tangerang city was split off on 29 October 2008. The residual Regency now...
Kupang Regency is a regency in East Nusa Tenggara province of Indonesia. It occupies the far western end of Timor Island (apart from the area of Kupang city, which is administratively separate), together with the small offshore island of Semau (off the western tip of Timor). Other islands to the southwest and west which were formerly part of Kupang Regency have been separated administratively - the Rote Islands Group in 2002 (to form Rote Ndao Regency), and the Savu Islands in October 2008 (to f...

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Timor, International islands, Tropical and subtropical dry broadleaf forests, Lesser Sunda Islands, Portuguese colonialism in Indonesia, Outer Banda Arc, Divided regions, Hidden categories:, Pages with citations lacking titles, Pages with DOIs inactive since 2015, Articles to be expanded from June 2015, All articles to be expanded, Geography articles needing translation from German Wikipedia, Pages using deprecated map format, Coordinates on Wikidata, Pages using deprecated coordinates format, A...Timor is an island at the southern end of Maritime Southeast Asia, north of the Timor Sea. The island is divided between the sovereign states of East Timor, on the eastern part, and Indonesia, on the western part. The Indonesian part, also known as West Timor, constitutes part of the province of East Nusa Tenggara. Within West Timor lies an exclave of East Timor called Oecusse District. The island covers an area of 30,777 square kilometres. The name is a variant of timur, Malay for east; it is s...
V and W-class destroyers of the Royal Navy, Clyde-built ships, 1918 ships, World War I destroyers of the United Kingdom, V and W-class destroyers of the Royal Australian Navy, World War II destroyers of Australia, Destroyers sunk by aircraft, World War II shipwrecks in the Indian Ocean, Maritime incidents in September 1942, Ships sunk by Japanese aircraft, Hidden categories:, Wikipedia articles needing page number citations from September 2010, Articles to be expanded from August 2009, All artic...HMAS Voyager (D31- I31) (formerly HMS Voyager (G36- G16- D31)) was a W class destroyer of the Royal Navy (RN) and Royal Australian Navy (RAN). Commissioned into the RN in 1918, the destroyer remained in RN service until 1933, when she was transferred to the RAN. Recommissioned, Voyager served in the Mediterranean and Pacific theatres of World War II until 23 September 1942, when she ran aground while trying to deliver troops to Timor. The ship was damaged by Japanese bombers while trying to refl...
Educational institutions established in 1916, Schools in Sarawak, Secondary schools in Malaysia, 1916 establishments in Sarawak, Chinese schools in Malaysia, Hidden categories:, CS1 Malay-language sources (ms), CS1 Chinese-language sources (zh), Articles with inconsistent citation formats, Pages using citations with old-style implicit et al. in editors, Pages using citations with format and no URL, CS1 maint: Unrecognized language, All articles with dead external links, Articles with dead extern... Kuching High School (KHS) (���级�����) is a three-acre^ public secondary school located at the centre of Kuching, which is the capital of Sarawak, Malaysia. It is a co-ed school for students from transition to form 5. Its curriculum prepares students for the Lower Secondary Evaluation Examination (Penilaian Menengah Rendah or PMR) in form 3^ and Malaysian Certificate of Education examination (Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia or SPM) in form 5. These exams are administered by the Malaysi...
HNLMS K XVI was one of five K XIV class submarines built for the Royal Netherlands Navy (RNN). Entering service in 1934, the submarine was deployed to the Netherlands East Indies. On 24 December 1941, K XVI torpedoed and sank the Japanese destroyer Sagiri; the first Allied submarine to sink a Japanese warship. A day later, the Dutch submarine was torpedoed by Japanese submarine I-66 off Borneo, with all aboard killed. The wreck of K XVI was rediscovered in October 2011 by a group of recreational...
Tutuala is a village and suco in the subdistrict of Tutuala (Lautém District, East Timor). It is situated at the extreme eastern end of Timor. Its population at the 2004 census was 3,707. The subdistrict of Tutuala comprises two sucos, including Mehara and Tutuala with the subdistrict administrator residing in Tutuala. The suco of Tutuala comprised four hamlets (aldeia): Ioro, Pitileti, Tchailoro, and Vero. The main Fataluku language areas of the country are in Tutuala, as well as Lautem and Fu...
 
 Mount Benarat (Malay: Gunung Benarat) is a mountain located in Gunung Mulu National Park in Sarawak, Malaysia. Consisting of limestone on the western side which is overlain by gritstone on the eastern side. It contains many caves which have been discovered and explored by British and American cavers. The Benarat 2005 Caving Expedition discovered Moon Cave after climbing 60 m up the cliffs on the southern end of the mountain. On the eastern side, the Headhunters Trail leads from the Melinau River...
 
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Brunei, Borneo, Former British colonies, Commonwealth monarchies, Constitutional monarchies, Island countries, Malay-speaking countries and territories, Member states of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, Member states of the Commonwealth of Nations, Member states of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation, Member states of the United Nations, Southeast Asian countries, States and territories established in 1984, Sultanates, Hidden categories:, CS1 Indonesian-language sources (id), All ...Brunei ( Listen i- bru��naɪ- , broo-NYE) officially the Nation of Brunei, the Abode of Peace^ (Malay: Negara Brunei Darussalam, Jawi: �ڬارا بر��� دارا�س�ا��), is a sovereign state located on the north coast of the island of Borneo in Southeast Asia. Apart from its coastline with the South China Sea, it is completely surrounded by the state of Sarawak, Malaysia; and it is separated into two parts by the Sarawak district of Limbang. It is the only sovereign state c...

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Muaro Jambi (Indonesian: Candi Muaro Jambi) is a Buddhist temple complex, in Muaro Jambi Regency, Jambi province, Sumatra, Indonesia. The temple complex was built by the Melayu Kingdom. It is situated 26 kilometers east from the city of Jambi. Its surviving temples and other archaeological remains are estimated to date from the eleventh to thirteenth century CE. The archaeological site includes eight excavated temple sanctuaries and covers about 12 square kilometers, stretches 7.5 kilometers alo...
 
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 Operation Rimau was an attack on Japanese shipping in Singapore Harbour, carried out by an Allied commando unit Z Special Unit, during World War II using Australian built MKIII folboats. It was a follow-up to the successful Operation Jaywick, which had taken place in 1943, and Rimau, a shortened version of the word Harimau (which is Malay for tiger). It was again led by Lieutenant Colonel Ivan Lyon of the Gordon Highlanders. Originally named Operation Hornbill the aim of Rimau was to sink Japane...
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The 2008 Singapore Grand Prix, formally known as the 2008 Formula 1 SingTel Singapore Grand Prix, was a Formula One race held on Sunday, 28 September 2008 at 20:00 SST by the newly built Marina Bay Street Circuit in Marina Bay, Singapore. It was the fifteenth race of the 2008 Formula One season, the 800th Formula One World Championship race overall, the first ever Formula One race held at night and the ninth Singapore Grand Prix. This was also the first time Singapore hosted a Formula One race, ...

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Arab Street (Chinese: ��伯�) is the name of a road and neighbourhood in Singapore. There are two explanations behind the name. The first one is that the area was owned by an Arab merchant, Syed Ali bin Mohamed Al Junied and that it was the site of an Arab kampong, hence the name Arab Street. The Chinese referred the street as jiau a koi Javanese, in the view of the Javanese who used to be the majority inhabitants of the area. Spices, textiles, basketry items and songkoks are sold along th...
Armenian churches in Singapore, Armenian Apostolic churches, Landmarks in Singapore, National monuments of Singapore, Churches completed in 1835, 19th-century churches, Museum Planning Area, Hidden categories:, Articles containing simplified Chinese-language text, Articles containing Armenian-language text, EngvarB from July 2014, Use dmy dates from July 2014, Coordinates on Wikidata, Articles lacking in-text citations from July 2009, All articles lacking in-text citations, All articles with spe...The Armenian Church (full name: Armenian Church of Saint Gregory the Illuminator; Chinese: �米尼��� ; pinyin: Y� m�n�y� Ji� otáng; Armenian: �ո��բ Գ�իգո� Լո�սավո�իչ եկեղե�ի, Surb Grigor Lusavorich yekeghetsi) is the oldest Christian church in Singapore, located at Hill Street in the Museum Planning Area, within the Central Area, Singapores central business district. Originally a parish of the Armenian Apostolic Church, an Oriental Orthodo...
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Fort Canning (Chinese: �康�; pinyin: Fúkangn�ng, Malay:Bukit Larangan, Tamil: Pokamutiyatha Arasarin Malai ) is a small hill slightly more than 60 metres high in the southeast portion of the island city-state of Singapore, within the Central Area that forms Singapores central business district. Although small in physical size, it has a long history intertwined with that of the city-state due to its location as the highest elevation within walking distance to the citys civic district with...
Bencoolen Street (Chinese: ����; pinyin: M�ngg�lián Ji�, Malay: Lebuh Bengkulu) is a street in Central, Singapore that starts at the junction of Rochor Road and Jalan Besar and ends at the junction of Fort Canning Road, Stamford Road and Orchard Road. The street houses several landmarks including Sim Lim Square, Bencoolen Mosque and Albert Complex. A number of hotels and serviced apartments exist, namely Summer View Hotel, Bayview Hotel Singapore, Hotel 81 Bencoolen, Strand Hotel,...
Emerald Hill is a neighbourhood and a conservation area located in the planning areas of Newton and Orchard in Singapore. Former home to many members of the city-states wealthy Peranakan community, it is located near Orchard Road. Many of its homes feature Chinese Baroque architecture. Emerald Hill is also the setting for some of the short stories by the late Singaporean author Goh Sin Tub. Many of the homes were designed by Mr R T Rajoo (Rethinam Thamby Rajoo Pillay) a prominent architect of th...
Siong Lim Temple, also known as Lian Shan Shuang Lin Monastery (Chinese: �山��寺), is a Buddhist monastery located in Toa Payoh, Singapore. The temple was originally founded in 1898, but the construction of the premises only began in 1902 by Low Kim Pong and was completed in 1907. The monastery was gazetted as a national monument in 1980 and subsequently underwent a decade-long restoration that began in 1991. The temple now boasts a seven storey gold-topped pagoda which is a replica of t...
 
 
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Pulau Ujong (Malay: literally island at the end) or Singapore Island is the main island of Singapore. It is part of the Malay Archipelago and is located at the tip of Peninsular Malaysia. The island forms the majority of the country in terms of area and population as citizens are unable to reside in smaller islands of Singapore. With a population of 5,469,700 and an area of 710 square kilometres, Pulau Ujong is the 21st most populous island in the world and the 31st most densely populated island...

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  The Battle of Surabaya was fought between pro-independence Indonesian soldiers and militia against British and British Indian Troops as a part of the Indonesian National Revolution. The peak of the battle was in November 1945. The battle was the heaviest single battle of the revolution and became a national symbol of Indonesian resistance. Considered a heroic effort by Indonesians, the battle helped galvanise Indonesian and international support for Indonesian independence. 10 November is celebrated annually as Heroes Day (Hari Pahlawan).  

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