Sumba is an island in the eastern half of Nusa Tenggara, south of Flores and not be confused with Sumbawa to the west.

Sumba’s distinctive traditional houses, complete with megalithic tombs which are still used today

For the village on Faroe Islands, see Sumba (Faroe Islands).

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Map of Sumba

  • -9.420405119.2424721 Tambolaka the growing city in West Sumba, main entrance to the island in the West
  • -9.63583119.4131 Waikabubak second largest city, in the west and home of the spectacular pasolas
  • -9.65120.266666666671 Waingapu largest city and main gateway to the island in the East
  • -9.969467119.9521041 Tarimbang great beach on the south coast

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