Rejang River

The Rajang River is the longest river in as well as . The river and its tributaries serve as the main access route to the vast Sarawak hinterland which is dotted by small frontier towns and longhouses inhabited by the state's many tribes.
Photo: NASA, Public domain.

Popular Destinations

is a town in , East Malaysia. It's not much of a tourist destination, but it's a common transfer point for boats up the Rejang River to the small towns of Borneo's interior. Photo: Mx. Granger, CC0.

is a town at the upper Rejang River, , . Photo: howekee, CC BY 2.0.

is a small town on the Rejang River in Malaysia's province of .

Rejang River

Latitude of center
2.1167° or 2° 7' north
Longitude of center
111.2° or 111° 12' east
Geo­Names ID

Also Known As

  • Belarusian: Раджанг
  • Cebuano: Batang Rajang
  • Central Bicolano: Salog Rajang
  • Chinese: 拉讓江
  • Chinese: 拉让江
  • Czech: Rajang
  • Dutch: Rajang River
  • Egyptian Spoken Arabic: نهر راچانج
  • English: Rajang River
  • Esperanto: Raĝango (rivero)
  • Esperanto: Raĝango
  • Finnish: Rajangjoki
  • French: Rajang
  • German: Rajang
  • German: Rejang
  • Indonesian: Sungai Rajang
  • Irish: Abhainn Rajang
  • Italian: Rajang
  • Japanese: ラジャン川
  • Lithuanian: Radžangas
  • Malay (generic): Batang Rajang
  • Malay (generic): Sungai Rajang
  • Malay (generic): Sungai Rejang
  • Malayalam: രാജാംഗ് നദി
  • Norwegian: Rajang
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Rajang
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Sungai Rajang
  • Russian: Раджанг
  • South Azerbaijani: راژانق چایی
  • Tajik: Darjoi Raçang
  • Tajik: Дарёи Раҷанг
  • Tajik: Раҷанг
  • Tamil: ரஜாங் ஆறு
  • Thai: แม่น้ำราจัง
  • Turkish: Rejang
  • Turkish: Rejang Nehri
  • Vietnamese: Sông Rajang
  • Welsh: Afon Rajang
  • Bajang River

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