Betong is a town and administrative district of the
Betong Divisionin Sarawak, Malaysia, lying in the Saribasarea. It was formerly placed under the district of Sri Aman.
Betong is famous for its longhouses ("Rumah Panjang") and rich
culture, but the surrounding area was only recently established as an administrative division of Sarawak. The total population is 51,426, which consists of Malays ( Orang Laut) (29,919), Ibans (18,764), Chinese (2,321) and others (422).
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