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45 miles from Sorong

PULAU DAYANG. 0°47.407S, 130°29.909E
Pulau Dayang, Raja Ampat

There is an exposed daytime anchorage in 40 metres in front of the white sand beach on the west of the island. Pulau Dayang offers decent diving and snorkel on the north and southern ends and a pleasant beach. There is a local-owned pearl farm located inside the big bay to the south of Dayang.

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