Pandaruan River

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The Pandaruan River is an international river on the island of Borneo. The river mouth is on Brunei Bay.

There is a ferry service across the river.

Geography[edit]

The river forms part of the international border between Brunei and Malaysia. The river separates Limbang District, Sarawak, Malaysia and the Temburong District, an isolated exclave of Brunei.


References[edit]

  • Renate Haller-Trost (1994). The Brunei–Malaysia Dispute over Territorial and Maritime Claims in International Law, (Maritime Briefing: Durham, UK)

Coordinates: Earth 4°47′42″N 115°02′25″E / 4.79500°N 115.04028°E / 4.79500; 115.04028