Tideng Pale

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Tideng Pale (abbreviated as: TDP [1] ) is a village in Tana Tidung Regency, North Kalimantan Province of Indonesia and the administrative capital of its regency.

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Coordinates: 3°36′30″N116°54′25″E / 3.60833°N 116.90694°E / 3.60833; 116.90694