List of rivers of Indonesia

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This is a list of rivers in Indonesia.

By Island[edit]

This list is arranged by island from west to east, with respective tributaries indented under each larger stream's name.




Java - north coast[edit]


The Special Capital Region of Jakarta on the north coast of western Java comprises 664 square kilometres (256 sq mi) of land and 6,977 square kilometres (2,694 sq mi) of water. It has thirteen major rivers. They are:[1]

  • Ciliwung River
  • Kalibaru River
  • Pasanggrahan River
  • Cipinang River
  • Angke River
    • Maja River[2]
  • Mookervart River
  • Krukut River
  • Buaran River
  • West Tarum River
  • Cakung River
  • Petukangan River
  • Sunter River
  • Grogol River

Java - south coast[edit]

New Guinea - north coast[edit]

New Guinea - south coast[edit]


Sumatra - north coast[edit]

Sumatra - south coast[edit]




Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ Elyda, Corry (27 December 2014). "BPK slams city’s efforts to manage liquid waste". The Jakarta Post. Archived from the original on 18 March 2015. 
  2. ^ Simanjuntak, T. P. Moan (16 July 2014). "Maja River in Pegadungan Strewn with Water Hyacinth and Mud". Berita Resmi Pemprov. Archived from the original on 18 March 2015.