Indonesian Legal Territory Boundaries

Indonesia’s territory is limited geographically and astronomically. In general, the geographic and astronomical location of Indonesia is the location of the Indonesian state which is determined by the boundaries that surround it. In short, geography emphasizes the natural conditions surrounding the area. Examples include oceans, continents, oceans, lakes, etc. At the same time, the astronomical position is affected by the earth’s imaginary lines, namely the latitudes and longitudes around the earth.

1. Geographical boundaries of Indonesia Geographically, Indonesia is bordered by two continents and two oceans, namely the Asian continent and the Australian continent, as well as the Indian Ocean and the Pacific Ocean. The following are the geographical boundaries of Indonesia:

– Indonesia’s eastern border is directly adjacent to the mainland of Papua New Guinea to the east. At the same time, in its maritime borders it is directly adjacent to the Pacific Ocean.

– To the west, Indonesia is directly adjacent to the Indian Ocean and the waters of the Indian state.

– Northern Boundary The northern border of Indonesia’s mainland is on the island of Borneo which is directly adjacent to Malaysia. At the same time, its sea borders include Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam and the Philippines.

– The southern border is in the south and Indonesia is directly adjacent to Timor Leste. Meanwhile, maritime boundaries are limited by Australian waters and the Indian Ocean

2. Astronomical Limits

Indonesia Astronomical location is the location of a country based on latitude and longitude. Indonesia itself is located between 6°N – 11°S and 95°E – 141°E. Here are the astronomical limits for Indonesia:

Indonesian Astronomical Limits Astronomical location is the location of a country based on latitude and longitude. Indonesia itself is located between 6°N – 11°S and 95°E – 141°E. The following are the astronomical limits of Indonesia:

– The southernmost point of Southern Indonesia is Rotor Island in East Nusa Tenggara at latitude 11°S.

– The northernmost region of Northern Indonesia is Pulau Kami, Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam at latitude 6°N.

-The westernmost area of ​​West Indonesia is located in the city of Sabang at 95°E.

– The easternmost region of Eastern Indonesia is the city of Merauke at 141°E. This is a review of Indonesia’s geographic and astronomical boundaries. Hopefully useful and add to your insight.

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