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Also known as Point Layag-Layag
The timezone in Layag-Layag Point is Asia/Manila
Sunrise at 05:59 and Sunset at 17:48. It's light
Latitude. 5.2675°, Longitude. 120.3831°
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Geographic features & Photographs around Layag-Layag Point, in Tawi-Tawi, Philippines
- a tract of land, smaller than a continent, surrounded by water at high water.
- Kalupag Island (1.5km)
- Bakeke Islet (2.7km)
- Sarucsarucan Island (3.6km)
- Tandungan Island (6.5km)
- Pasegan Guimba Island (6.8km)
- Pasegan Samal Island (7.7km)
- Mayemayo Island (9.5km)
- Batu Cuning Island (9.6km)
- Pandanan Island (10.7km)
- Naungan Dakula Island (11.7km)
- Taybuay Island (12.1km)
- Bacao Island (12.2km)
- Pasiguan Island (13.1km)
- Sang-Sang Island (13.2km)
- Indangan Island (13.6km)
- Dundangan Island (13.8km)
- Naungan Diki Island (13.8km)
- Sioalo-Sioalo Island (13.9km)
- Gambol Island (14km)
- Humah Humah Island (14.8km)
- Baturrapa Island (14.9km)
- Calaitan Island (15.2km)
- Taruk Island (16km)
- Sabuan Island (16.1km)
- Sinagbuan Island (16.7km)
- Balu Island (16.8km)
- Amaanang Island (16.8km)
- Napua Island (16.9km)
- Tauntong Diki Island (17km)
- Situgal Diki Island (17.1km)
- Situgal Hea Island (18.1km)
- Tauntong-Tauntong Island (18.3km)
- Tamloyangan Island (18.4km)
- marine channel;
- that part of a body of water deep enough for navigation through an area otherwise not suitable.
- tracts of land, smaller than a continent, surrounded by water at high water.
- Calaitan Islets (16.2km)
- a surface-navigation hazard composed of consolidated material.
- Bokot Takut Reefs (12.1km)
- a coastal indentation between two capes or headlands, larger than a cove but smaller than a gulf.
- Batan Bay (12.2km)
- a large body of salt water more or less confined by continuous land or chains of islands forming a subdivision of an ocean.
- Kalupag Sea (3.7km)
- an elevation, typically located on a shelf, over which the depth of water is relatively shallow but sufficient for most surface navigation.
- Batan Bank (15.1km)