Golden Triangle

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Golden Triangle may refer to:

Asia[edit]

Australia[edit]

  • Golden Triangle (New South Wales), agricultural region bounded roughly by the towns of Narrabri, Moree, and Inverell
  • Golden Triangle (Western Australia), the affluent Western Suburbs of Perth namely Cottesloe, Mosman Park, Peppermint Grove, (informally referred to as the "Inner Golden Triangle") Claremont, Dalkeith, Subiaco, Swanbourne, Daglish, Shenton Park, Karrakatta and parts of City Beach, Nedlands, Floreat, Wembley, Wembley Downs, Mount Claremont and North Fremantle. Geographically these suburbs form a triangular land mass bounded by the river and the sea. Although not geographically within the triangle, the suburb of Leederville is also widely considered to be part of the Golden Triangle due to electoral boundaries, demographics, and ethos.

Europe[edit]

North America[edit]

Canada
Mexico
  • Golden Triangle (Mexico), referring to the area in the Sierra Madre Occidental surrounding the three-way junction of the borders of the Mexican states of Chihuahua, Durango and Sinaloa, notorious for drug trafficking and violent drug related incidents.
Northwestern United States
California
  • Golden Triangle (Los Angeles), an informal name for part of Los Angeles, with its center at Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, California
  • Golden Triangle, part of the airspace at the R-2508 Special Use Airspace Complex in California
  • Golden Triangle, in Saratoga, California is an area bounded by Saratoga Avenue, Saratoga-Sunnyvale Road and Cox Avenue
  • Golden Triangle, informal name for part of University City, San Diego, bounded by highways 5, 52, and 805
  • Golden Triangle, promotional name for the Silicon Valley industrial district of Northern San Jose, California, bounded by highways 101, 880 and 237.
Southern United States
Midwestern United States
Eastern United States

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