1. the musi river
source:Musi river Kepahiang region, Bengkulu, and empty in the 9 (nine) the major rivers, the River Komering, Rawas, Batanghari, Leko, Lakitan, Kelingi, LEMATANG, Semangus, and Ogan.
major tributaries:Ilir across the north and across the southern part of the Ulu. Musi River, along with other rivers, form a delta near the city Sungsang.
buildings:house residential duplex, PT. PUSRI, Pertamina, Regional Good Yellow, Lawang Kidul Mosque, Mosques Merogan Ki, Benteng Kuto Besak and community activities
advantages:Musi River on the edge there is a port of Boom and the New Museum of Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin IIalternative transportation routes to a particular region and for the purposes of a particular. Some in the industry along the river Musi also take advantage of the existence of this river Musi.
length:2,700 mi (4,350 km)
source:Mekong River Commission Secretariat (MRCS), the National Mekong Commission (NMC) and National Line Agencies
major tributaries:eastern Tibet,the highlands of Yunnan,between Myanmar (Burma) and Laos, Thailand,South China Sea, Vietnam
major cities:Ho Chi Minh City
buildings:the Mekong Committee
advantages:Within the framework of the Memorandum of Understanding between the Mekong River Commission and UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education, signed 19 November 2001, in Phnom Penh, MRC has requested UNESCO-IHE to develop an Integrated Training Strategy and Programme.
major tributaries:Kanowit, Ngemah, Iran, Baleh, and Pila rivers.
major cities: the South China Sea
buildings:Sibu by oceangoing vessels and for another 100 miles (160 km) by shallow-draft craft; small canoes can penetrate even farther into the otherwise inaccessible Iban country interior.
major tributaries: Tumpat
major cities:southwest china
buildings:industries include sawmilling, boat building, and the manufacture of plywood
advantages:the coastal plains are agriculturally rich, producing coconuts, rice, and rubber.