What Continent is Indonesia in? | Where is Map

What Continent is Indonesia in?

Is Indonesia part of Asia or Australia?

Indonesia is located near the equator, between the Indian Ocean and the Pacific Ocean, south of the countries of Southeast Asia and north of Australia. It extends for almost 2 million square kilometers: from its western end to the eastern one – as the crow flies – it is larger than the United States of America; with the “peculiarity” of being formed by islands, moreover, it is unthinkable to cross the country with a coast to coast!


The Indonesian archipelago is a concentrate of islands with numerous places of interest, natural attractions, ethnic minorities and fascinating corners of tropical paradise. Among the temples, colonial cities and incredible volcanoes of Bali and Java, the jungles of Borneo and Sumatra, the tribal cultures of Sumba, Papua and Sulaesi

To help you plan your trip, we have created an interactive map that will be constantly updated and enriched with useful information.

What Continent is Indonesia in
What Continent is Indonesia in

The map – free and also available offline-offers you the most important points of interest in Indonesia: the naturalistic attractions where to practice excursions and sports activities, the best panoramic points, villages and cities, temples and places of aggregation of different religions, small islands and beaches suitable for surfing.
This is a unique geographical map of Indonesia, we are sure that it will become your best travel companion.

Is Indonesia part of Asia or Australia
Is Indonesia part of Asia or Australia

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