Pulau Bajau

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Coordinates: 1°21′53″N 103°38′57″E / 1.36472°N 103.64917°E / 1.36472; 103.64917

Pulau Bajau is a hypsographic island within Poyan Reservoir in the Western Water Catchment of Singapore. It is part of SAFTI live firing area. Other islands that are within the area are: Pulau Sarimbun and Pulau Pergam.

Etymology[edit]

Pulau Bajau means Bajau island, in which Bajau is an indigenous ethnic group residing in Sabah, eastern Malaysia, Brunei, Indonesia, the Philippines and parts of Sarawak.