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Indonesia information

Indonesia is a large archipelago in Southeast Asia that straddles the Equator between the Indian Ocean and the Pacific Ocean. While it has land borders with Malaysia to the north as well as East Timor and Papua New Guinea to the east, it also neighbors Australia to the south, and Palau, the Philippines, Vietnam, Singapore, and Thailand to the north, India to the northwest.

Indonesia is almost unimaginably vast. There are 18 110 islands in Indonesia and 108 000 kilometres of beaches in Indonesia. The distance between Aceh and Papua is more than 4 000 kilometres (2500 miles), comparable to the distance between New York and San Fransisco. There are more than 400 volcanoes in Indonesia. Only 130 volcanoes are considered active volcanoes. There are many undersea volcanoes in Indonesia. Papua is the second largest island in the world.

Provinces are usually grouped under main big islands and their surroundings, as listed below:

  • Sumatra (and the Riau Islands, Bangka and Belitung)
    Wild and rugged, the 6th largest island in the world has a great natural wealth.

  • Kalimantan (Borneo)
    Uncharted jungles, mighty rivers, home of the orangutan, a paradise for the adventurer.

  • Java (and Madura)
    The country's heartland, big cities including the capital Jakarta, and a lot of people packed on a not-so-big island. Also features the cultural treasures of Yogyakarta, Borobudur and Prambanan.

  • Sulawesi (Celebes)
    Strangely shaped, this island houses a diversity of societies and some spectacular scenery.

  • Nusa Tenggara (Bali, Lombok, Sumbawa, Flores, Komodo and West Timor)
    Also known as the Lesser Sunda Islands, the "Southeast Islands" contain scores of ethnic groups, languages and religions.

  • Maluku (Moluccas)
    The historic Spice Islands, largely unexplored and almost unknown to the outside world.

  • Irian Jaya (Papua)
    The western half of the island of New Guinea, with mountains, forests, swamps, an almost impenetrable wilderness in one of the remotest places on earth.
  • Jakarta - the perennially congested capital
  • Bandung - university town in the cooler highlands of Java
  • Banjarmasin - the largest town on Kalimantan
  • Manado - Christian town at the northeastern tip of Sulawesi, famous for diving
  • Medan - the main city of Sumatra
  • Surabaya - Indonesia's number two city
  • Ujung Pandang (Makassar) - the gateway to Sulawesi
  • Yogyakarta - Java's cultural hub and the access point to the mighty temples of Prambanan and Borobudur


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