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List of rivers of Indonesia

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List of rivers of Indonesia

This is a list of rivers in Indonesia.

Contents

  • By Island 1
    • Bali 1.1
    • Kalimantan 1.2
    • Flores 1.3
    • Java - north coast 1.4
    • Java - south coast 1.5
    • New Guinea - north coast 1.6
    • New Guinea - south coast 1.7
    • Sulawesi 1.8
    • Sumatra - north coast 1.9
    • Sumatra - south coast 1.10
    • Sumba 1.11
    • Sumbawa 1.12
    • Timor 1.13
  • References 2

By Island

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

Bali

Kalimantan

Flores

Java - north coast

Java - south coast

New Guinea - north coast

New Guinea - south coast

Sulawesi

Sumatra - north coast

Sumatra - south coast

Sumba

Sumbawa

Timor

References

  • Rand McNally, The New International Atlas, 1993.
  • GEOnet Names Server
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