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Teminabuan is located in Bird's Head Peninsula
Location of the town in the Bird's Head Peninsula
Coordinates: 1°26′0″S 132°1′0″E / 1.43333°S 132.01667°E / -1.43333; 132.01667Coordinates: 1°26′0″S 132°1′0″E / 1.43333°S 132.01667°E / -1.43333; 132.01667
Country  Indonesia
Province West Papua
Regency South Sorong Regency
Population (2005)
 • Total 7,969
Time zone WIB (UTC+7)

Teminabuan is a small town in South Sorong Regency, West Papua, Indonesia. The town serves as the capital city of South Sorong Regency. As of 2005 it had a population of 7,969.[1] The town is located in the southwestern-central part of the Bird's Head Peninsula.[2] The area was bombed between January and March 1967. It is served by Teminabuan Airport.


  1. ^ "Situs Resmi Pemda Kabupaten Sorong Selatan". Sorong Selatan. 
  2. ^ Family Reference Atlas of the World (Second Edition). National Geographic. p. 189.