Selat Pandan

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Selat Pandan (or Pandan Strait) is a strait south of Singapore's main island. It separates the man-made Jurong Island from the Southern Islands. It has a depth of approximately 15 m.[1][2] The strait was affected by the Natuna Sea oil spill in October 2000.[3]

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Coordinates: 1°14′58″N 103°43′45″E / 1.24944°N 103.72917°E / 1.24944; 103.72917