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Map of Indonesia
Map of Indonesia

The Indonesian Archipelago

Map courtesy of the CIA

The Indonesian archipelago is made of over fourteen thousand islands, with sizes ranging from a tiny speck on the map to the island of Sumatera which is approximately the size of the state of California. In fact, the island of Kalimantan (or Borneo) is the second largest island in the world after Greenland. The archipelago spans the body of water that separates Asia and Australia.

The island of Bali is a small island approximately in the middle of the southern part of Indonesia, situated about halfway between Singapore on the tip of South East Asian peninsula and Darwin on the northwestern part of Australia. (It is the island directly below the letter I of the name Indonesia in the map above.)

The archipelago can be divided into:


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