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Cempi Bay

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Cempi Bay

Cempi Bay (Indonesian: Teluk Cempi) or Cempi Gulf is a bay which borders the southern part of Dompu Regency of Sumbawa island facing the Indian Ocean. It is notable for having a surfing enthusiast spots of Hu'u and Lakey Beach.

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