Pangkalan Tebang

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Coordinates: 1°17′14″N 110°05′22″E / 1.28722°N 110.08944°E / 1.28722; 110.08944 Pangkalan Tebang is a former gold mining town[1] in the Kuching Division of Sarawak, Malaysia.

Gold was mined at Pangkalan Tebang since the early 19th century by Chinese miners.[1]

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  1. ^ a b Kaur, Amarjit (February 1995) "The Babbling Brookes: Economic Change in Sarawak 1841–1941" Modern Asian Studies 29(1): pp. 65-109, p.73