A violet line is used to mark the provincial boundaries, which form the archipelago. The political map of Indonesia also displays its location in the world map. The international boundary is drawn by a black line. The printable map of Indonesia has used symbols like red star and green squares to point the country capital and province capitals.
Location and Geographical Coordinates
The archipelagic state is located between the Indian Ocean and Pacific Ocean in Southeastern Asia. The geographical coordinates of the country are 5° South latitude and 120° East longitude. The total area of the country is 1,919,440 square kilometers.
From the total domain, land area covered is 1,826,440 square kilometers and the area covered by water bodies is 93,000 square kilometers. 54,716 kilometers make up the land periphery of Indonesia. Punchak Jaya situated at a height of 5,030 meters is calculated as the highest point of the country while Indian Ocean is the lowest point.
Province Boundaries and Capitals
The province boundaries are marked with a violet line to differentiate from each other. Green squares on the map of Indonesia denote the province capitals of the archipelago.
The country capital of Indonesia is Jakarta. The city is pointed with a red dot on the Indonesia map. The latitudinal and longitudinal extent of the city is 6° 10' 28'' South and 106 49' 46'' East. Jakarta is situated 3 meters above sea level. Some of the nearby cities are Kebonjae, Pecenongan, Tanah Nyonya, Ketopang, Dongkelan, Gambir and Kebonklapa. The city can be accessed through four airports, which are:
- Halim Perdanakusuma International Airport
- Soekarno Hatta International Airport
- Pondok Cabe Airport
- Budiarto Airport
8.6 magnitude Earthquake on the coast of Indonesia and Tsunami Warning in Southeast Asia, should the world invest in building a mechanism to predict Earthquakes ?
Note : - Population:
The area and population of Papua Barat are included in Papua; of Kepulauan Riau in Riau; and of Sulawesi Barat in Sulawesi Selatan.
Last Updated on: December 1st, 2017