Simanggang, Sarawak, Malaysia

Simanggang, also known as Bandar Sri Aman, is a town in the state of Sarawak, Malaysia, located at the confluence of the Batang Lupar and Batang Saribas rivers. The town has a tropical rainforest climate with average temperatures ranging from 23°C to 32°C throughout the year. Simanggang was founded in the 19th century as a trading post and became an important administrative center during the British colonial era. The town is home to several historical landmarks, including the Fort Alice, a former British fort built in 1864.

Geographic Data for Simanggang, Sarawak, Malaysia

Latitude 1° 14.833'
Longitude 111° 27.167'
Timezone Asia/Kuching

Numerology for Simanggang, Sarawak, Malaysia

Chaldean Name Number : 29 => 2

Pythagorean Name Number : 11

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