Lariang River

Lariang River
Sungai Lariang, Salu Lariang,
Uwai Lariang
Native nameSalo Lariang
Physical characteristics
 • locationSulawesi
MouthMacassar Strait
 • location
Lariang, West Sulawesi
 • coordinates
1°25′00″S 119°17′31″E / 1.41667°S 119.29194°E / -1.41667; 119.29194Coordinates: 1°25′00″S 119°17′31″E / 1.41667°S 119.29194°E / -1.41667; 119.29194
 • elevation
0 m (0 ft)
Sulawesi is located in Sulawesi
Mouth of Lariang River

The Lariang River is a river in Sulawesi, Indonesia.[1]


Its tributary, the Pebatua River, arises in Donggala Regency, Central Sulawesi, and forms the Lariang when it is joined by the Koro River from the left (south) at 1°39′50″S 120°2′47″E / 1.66389°S 120.04639°E / -1.66389; 120.04639.[2] The river, as the Lariang,[3] goes on to form part of the border between Central Sulawesi and West Sulawesi and enters the Macassar Strait just past the town of Lariang.[4][5] The mouth is at 1°25′00″S 119°17′31″E / 1.41667°S 119.29194°E / -1.41667; 119.29194.

See also


  1. ^ Rand McNally, The New International Atlas, 1993.
  2. ^ Pasangkaju, SA 50-8 (topographic map 1:250,000), Series T503, United States Army Map Service, April 1964
  3. ^ Some maps such as "Lariang, Sulawesi Barat, Sulawesi, Indonesia". Collins Maps. Archived from the original on 2013-06-28. and "City (town): Lariang". TipTopGlobe. no longer use the name Lariang, but use Pebatua for the entire length.
  4. ^ "Plate 19 Indonesia Central: Philippines". Times Atlas of the World (seventh ed.). John Bartholomew and Sons, Ltd. 1985. ISBN 978-0-7230-0265-9.
  5. ^ The 1964 U.S. Army topographic map Pasangkaju does not show the town of Lariang.
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