Riau Archipelago

[ ree-ou ]
/ ˈri aʊ /

noun

a group of islands belonging to Indonesia, off the SE coast of the Malay Peninsula, at the entrance to the Strait of Malacca. 36,510 sq. mi. (94,561 sq. km).

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