Sulawesi is the world's eleventh largest island and Indonesia's fourth largest island. The Tukangbesi Islands are a group of islands off the southern coast of South East Sulawesi. Inhabitants of the five main Tukangbesi islands--Wanci, Kambode, Kaledupa, Tomia, and Binongko--form the Tukangbesi of Sulawesi people cluster. Their economy is based on fishing and trading throughout the island regions of Indonesia and Malaysia. Sunni Islam is the dominant religion.
Peoples within this cluster:
Bajau Bukit; Bonerate; Busoa; Cia-Cia; Kaledupa; Kamaru; Kulisusu; Laiyola; Lasalimu; Muna; Pancana; Tukangbesi, North; Wawonii; Wolio
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