Timba Timba Island

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Timba Timba Island
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Timba Timba Island
Coordinates 4°33′20″N118°55′16″E / 4.55556°N 118.92111°E / 4.55556; 118.92111
State Flag of Sabah.svg  Sabah

Timba Timba Island (Malay : Pulau Timba Timba) is an island located near Semporna in Sabah, Malaysia.


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