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Banggi Island

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Banggi Island

Banggi Island
Location of Banggi Island in Sulu Sea
Location of Banggi Island in Sulu Sea
Banggi Island is located in Borneo Topography
Banggi Island
Location of Banggi Island in Sulu Sea
Country Malaysia
State Sabah
Population (2003)
 • Total 20,000

Banggi Island is located within the Kudat Division of Sabah in Malaysia. With an area of 440.7 square kilometres it is the largest island in Malaysia followed by Bruit Island, Langkawi Island and Penang Island. It is located off the northern coast of Sabah near Marudu Bay. The highest elevation on the island is a hill 529 meters high. In 2003 it has an estimated population of 20,000. Banggi's largest city is Limbuak.

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  • UN Systemwide Earthwatch.

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