Timbang Island

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Timbang Island
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Timbang Island
Coordinates 5°46′0″N117°58′0″E / 5.76667°N 117.96667°E / 5.76667; 117.96667
State Flag of Sabah.svg  Sabah

Timbang Island (Malay : Pulau Timbang) is a Malaysian island located in the Sulu Sea on the state of Sabah.

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