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Tanjung Pinang

Tanjung Pinang

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The main port town on the island is a bustling mercantile centre with more ethnic diversity than most Sumatran towns. There is a lot of provincial-style shopping and nibbling on Chinese and Indonesian specialities. Located nearby are several traditional-style villages and temple attractions.

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