Selayar Islands Regency

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Selayar Islands Regency
Kepulauan Selayar
Regency
Kepulauan Selayar.png
Official logo of Selayar Islands Regency
Coat of Arms of Selayar Islands Regency
Nickname(s): Tanadoang
Motto: Selayar Mapan Mandiri
Selayar Islands Regency is located in Indonesia
Selayar Islands Regency
Selayar Islands Regency
Location of Selayar Islands Regency in Indonesia
Coordinates: 6°32′S 121°15′E / 6.54°S 121.25°E / -6.54; 121.25
Country Indonesia
Province South Sulawesi
Anniversary 29 November 1605; 409 years ago (1605-11-29)
Government
 • Regent Drs. H. Syahrir Wahab, MM
 • Vice-regent H. Saiful Arief, SH
Area
 • Total 10,503.69 km2 (4,055.50 sq mi)
Population (2010)
 • Total 121,905
 • Density 12/km2 (30/sq mi)
Time zone WITA (UTC+8)
Pos code 92812
Area code(s) (+62) 414
Vehicle registration DD
Website selayaronline.com

The Selayar Islands Regency is a regency of Indonesia in South Sulawesi province that covers the Selayar Islands, which lie to the south of Sulawesi. The Selayar Straits separate the regency from Sulawesi island.

Administration[edit]

Districts[edit]

The Selayar Islands Regency is divided into eleven districts (kecamatan), tabulated below with their 2010 Census populations[2] and their administrative centres ('capitals').

Name Population
Census 2010
Capital
Pasimarannu 8,959 Bonerate
Pasilambena 6,786 Kalaotoa
Pasimassunggu 7,625 Kembang Ragi
Takabonerate 12,296 Batang
Pasimassunggu Timur
(East Pasimassunggu)
7,307 Bontobulaeng
Bontosikuyu 14,332 Harapan
Bontoharu 12,484 Bontobangun
Benteng 21,344 Benteng
Bontomanai 12,226 Polebungin
Bontomatene 12,571 Batangmata
Buki 6,125 Buki

Regent[edit]

Here are the names of the Leader / Regent Selayar Islands since 1739 until now :


Demography[edit]

Population growth charts Selayar Islands Regency

data sources : Selayar Islands Regency in figures 2010

Sea turtle village[edit]

Kampung Penyu (Sea turtle village) in Bontomanai district is sea turtle conservation area under supervision of Taka Bone Rate National Park.[3]

Old pictures[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Perpres No. 6 Tahun 2011". 2011-02-17. Retrieved 2011-11-23. 
  2. ^ Biro Pusat Statistik, Jakarta, 2011.
  3. ^ Fadly Syarif. "Kampung Penyu dalam kemeriahan Takabonerate Island Expedition 2013". Retrieved June 7, 2014. 

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