|Location||South East Asia|
|Area||268 km2 (103.5 sq mi)|
|Population||37,155 (as of 2010 Census)|
|Density||138.6 /km2 (359 /sq mi)|
Banggai Island is the second largest of the Banggai Islands, an archipelago located at the far eastern end of Central Sulawesi, Indonesia. The largest island is Peleng, smaller islands of the group are Bowokan, Labobo, Kebongan, Kotudan, Tropettenando, Timpau, Salue Besar, Salue Kecil, Masepe, and Bangkulu.
Banggai Island has an area of 268 km² and a population of 37,155 (2010 census).
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