Kabaena Island, South East Sulawesi, Indonesia
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Kabaena or Tokotua is an island in the Flores Sea, Indonesia, off the coast of Sulawesi. Most of it is a part of Bombana Regency within Southeast Sulawesi province, although the southernmost district is administratively part of Central Buton Regency. The island's area is 900.73 km² and its total population at the 2010 Census was 35,558.
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Muna is an island in the Southeast Sulawesi province of Indonesia with an area of 2,889 km2. It is located just southeast of the island of Sulawesi. It currently comprises a regency within the province.
Raha is the main town and port on Muna Island, Southeast Sulawesi, Indonesia. Raha is the capital of the Muna Regency. The Raha town is located on the coast of the Buton Strait, is the capital of Muna Regency, within Southeast Sulawesi Province. The total area of the town is 155.03 km2 consisting of Katobu District and parts of neighbouring districts, with a population of 2018 of 69,980 people.
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