Ulee Lheue was a coastal port town near Banda Aceh, North Sumatra Indonesia. The name was made of two words. Ulèë means "head" and lheuë means” little peninsula”. Ulee Lheue is a coastal town on a narrow spit of land separating a lagoon from the sea.

In 1963, Sabang was officially declared a “Free Port”. Port Lee Lheue became the gateway to Banda Aceh for all import cargo transiting over Sabang Free Port.

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Weh Island is located in the Andaman Sea. The island stretches for 15 kilometers at the northernmost tip of Sumatera. The island is only a small island with an area of ​​156.3 square kilometers. The largest city on Weh Island is Sabang, which is located in the most western part of Indonesia. Weh Island is famous for its ecosystem. On the coast of this island are habitat for big mouth shark animals and is the only one that has endangered frog habitat. Many coral reefs around the island is a habitat for various species of fish. There are four small islands around the island of Weh, including Klah, Rubiah, Seulako, and Rondo. Rubiah Island is an island famous for its beautiful coral reefs, so Rubiah as a favorite place to dive. Weh has 24,700 population based on the census in 1993...