List of islands in the South China Sea

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Islands in the South China Sea includes the South China Sea Islands (Spratly Islands, Pratas Islands, Paracel Islands and Macclesfield Bank), islands on the China coast, on the Vietnam coast, on the Borneo coast, and the peripheral islands of Taiwan, the Philippines, etc.

South China Sea Islands[edit]

Pratas Islands[edit]

Main article: Pratas Islands

Administered as part of Kaohsiung City, Taiwan, Republic of China

Macclesfield Bank[edit]

Main article: Macclesfield Bank

Spratly Islands[edit]

Main article: Spratly Islands

See Spratly Islands dispute#Tabular listing of features showing country possessions for a complete list

Taiwan (ROC) China (PRC) Philippines Vietnam Malaysia

Paracel Islands[edit]

Main article: Paracel Islands

See Paracel Islands#List of all geographical entities with Chinese and Vietnamese names for a complete list.
The Paracel Islands are occupied by the People's Republic of China (PRC), and claimed by the PRC, the ROC (Taiwan), and Vietnam.

Amphitrite Group Crescent Group Ungrouped

Scarborough Shoal[edit]

Main article: Scarborough Shoal

Islands in the Taiwan Strait[edit]

  • Amoy (Fujian Province, mainland China)
  • Quemoy (Fuchien Province, Republic of China (Taiwan))
  • Pescadores (Taiwan, Republic of China (Taiwan))

Islands of the southern coast of China[edit]

Islands of Guangdong[edit]

Islands of Hong Kong[edit]

See Islands and Peninsulas of Hong Kong for a full list.

Islands of Macau[edit]

Ilha Verde is connected to the Macao Peninsula as a result of land reclamation. Ilha de Coloane and Ilha da Taipa are connected (to each other), also as a result of land reclamation.

Islands of Guangxi[edit]

Islands of Hainan[edit]

Islands of the eastern coast of Vietnam[edit]

Islands of the Malay Peninsula[edit]

Islands of Indonesia[edit]

Islands of Borneo[edit]

Islands of the western coast of the Philippines[edit]

See also[edit]