Welcome to Sangihe-Talaud Islands
Strewn across the sea between Indonesia and the southern Philippines are the volcanic island groups of Sangihe (also called Sangir) and Talaud. There are 77 islands, of which 56 are inhabited. Spice cultivation (vanilla, nutmeg and cloves) is a key industry. The two capitals are Tahuna, on Sangihe Besar, and Melonguane, in the Talaud group. Other major settlements are Lirung, on Pulau Salibabu, and Pulau Siau, which has a busy port.
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