Extreme points of Indonesia

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This is an article about the extreme points of Indonesia.

In the context of its geography, the northern extreme is 6°4'30" North and southern is 11°0'27" South. The western extreme point is at 94°58'22" East and the furthest east is at 141°1'10" East.[1]

Each major island has its individual extreme points as well.

Indonesia[edit]

Sumatra[edit]

Including Islands[edit]

Sumatra only[edit]

Java[edit]

Including Islands[edit]

Java only[edit]

Kalimantan[edit]

Including Islands[edit]

Kalimantan only[edit]

Lesser Sunda Islands[edit]

Sulawesi[edit]

Including Islands[edit]

Sulawesi only[edit]

Maluku Islands[edit]

Papua (Western New Guinea)[edit]

Including Islands[edit]

Papua only[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]