Indonesian Stones 印度尼西亚
This is the fifth largest island in size in Indonesia, but it is the most populous one containing 57% of the population of this country. The capital city, Jakarta, is located here. Java is in the center of this diverse country.
This is the eastern most province of Indonesia and occupies half of the island of New Guinea. The highest point in Indonesia is the snow covered Puncak Jaya at 4,884 m (16,023 feet). Numerous rivers flow from the mountains and lush tropical rain forests once covered most of the lower elevations.
This is the fourth largest island in Indonesia and is located between Borneo and the Maluku Islands. It was formed by the collision of the Australian tectonic Plate with the Asian Plate. It is mostly non-volcanic and the highest point is 3,478 m (11,411 feet).
This is the largest and most western island in Indonesia. It stretches for 1,790 km (1,110 miles) along its main axis and the high point 3,805 m (12,467 miles).