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Pulau Anak Bukom

Pulau Anak Bukom
Name transcription(s)
 • Chinese 安娜毛广岛
 • Pinyin ānnà máoguǎng dǎo
 • Malay Pulau Anak Bukom
Country Singapore

Pulau Anak Bukom is a small 0.2-hectare islet located to the south west of Singapore, between Pulau Bukom and Pulau Bukom Kechil. Anak Bukom means "child of Bukom" in Malay, a reference to its small size and location just next to Pulau Bukom.

Pulau Bukom and Pulau Bukom Kechil, Western Islands, Singapore. Pulau Bukom Kechil lies to the left with the shorter grey cylindrical tanks, while Pulau Bukom, to the right, with the smaller white and grey but taller tanks and buildings. Pulau Anak Bukom is the small islet with vegetation under the cluster of chimneys at centre-left.

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  • redtailcanyon.com
  • Satellite image of Pulau Anak Bukum - Google Maps


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