Taman Nasional Sembilang
Tanah Pilih, Banyuasin II, Banyu Asin Regency, South Sumatra 30971, Indonesia
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Sembilang National Park is a national park covering 2,051 kilometer square along the east coast of Sumatra, Indonesia. This park is typical of wet land area with various forest ecosystems, fresh water swamps, mangrove forest and mud flats.
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