Elevation map of the islands of Alor and Pantar, East Nusa Tenggara showing district names, borders and major villages.
Alor map for presentations, showing district and subdistrict borders in colour.
Colour relief of Bali and Lombok, Indonesia, with elevation and major mountains.
Bali with a few rivers and places in graduated colour relief.
The island of Borneo encompassing Kalimantan (Indonesia), Sarawak and Sabah (Malaysia) and Brunei.
A contour map of Central New Caledonia showing towns, major rivers and mountains.
Daikong Prefecture with internal boundaries, within Yunnan Province.
The 'Modern' Grand Canal and the Great Wall frontier.
Colour relief map of Guizhou and surrounding provinces.
China in colour showing province names, borders and capital cities.
China - province names and borders with colour elevation.
Yunnan province showing prefecture names, borders and capitals, with colour elevation and main highway.
China's provinces (pre 2000) and coastal regions.
China provinces highlighting Xinjiang Autonomous Region, and showing disputed borders.
The extent of the 1820 Chinese empire showing overlay of contempory international borders.
The Tibetan Plateau showing a selection of towns and cities.
Boundaries of East and West Timor in 1913.
Regional map that extends from India north to Korea and east to Vanuatu.
Eastern Indonesia centered around Sulawesi but showing the location of Basilan Island, southern Philippines.
East Indonesia islands in colour relief, from Sulawesi to Aru Islands, with province borders.
East Java with regency borders and capital cities, 2007.
East Java province showing regency borders and names.
The island of Flores showing district names and district boundaries.
Indonesia islands in colour relief, from Sumatra to West Papua.
Colour relief of Indonesia with a selection of major cities.
Indonesia, colour relief, heights above sea level and major rivers.
Indonesia showing new province of North Kalimantan and capital Tanjung Selor (also includes Sofifi, new capital of North Maluku).
Colour map of Indonesia showing province names and provincial borders as at 2013.
Java, the geographic and economic centre of Indonesia, showing province boundaries and capitals.
Kalimantan districts in 2007 showing population density of 52 regencies - prior to the establishment of 4 new regencies and the division of East Kalimantin to create the new province of North Kalimantan 2012.
Karimund Jawa and surrounding islands located in the Java Sea north of Semarang, Java.
The Timor Island regency of Kupang in East Nusa Tenggara with sub-district boundaries.
The regency of Kutai Barat (West Kutai) in East Kalimantan showing district names and borders and the course of the Mahakam River. In December 2012 the five northernmost districts were split off to form a new regency - Mahakam Ulu.
The three historic Kutai regencies of East Kalimantan showing their capitals and main river systems.
The three major languages of the island of Timor.
Austronesian and Trans-New Guinea Phylum languages.
Colour elevation map of Laos extending north ti include the Chinese province of Yunnan.
The Malay Archipelago identified by Alfred Wallace, showing the division between Indo Malayan and Austro Malayan Regions, the division between Malayan and Polynesian Races and the original Wallace Line, identified in 1859.
Melanesian, a subregion of Oceania, showing the countries and main islands and their relation to Australia and Indonesia
The city and regency boundaries of Jakarta's Metropolitan Region - 2010.
Netherlands New Guinea with colour relief, rivers, swamps, named islands, and select towns.
Bilingual colour map of New Caledonia.
Colour elevation map of New Caledonia and Vanuatu showing island names and capital cities.
The island of New Guinea showing a selection of towns, rivers, islands and coastal features.
Colour elevation map of the north-east of Thailand showing province names, borders and a selection of provincial cities.
Colour elevation map of the north-west of Thailand showing province names, borders and provincial capitals.
Colour relief map of Nusa Tenggara Timur.
The Pacific islands of Melanesia, a subregion of Oceania, from Papua New Guinea in the west to Fiji in the east.
A colour map listing the 77 provinces of Thailand in alphabetical order.
The regencies of the southwest island group of Riau Islands.
Rote subdistricts - kecamatan - with colour relief.
Seabed boundaries, IEEZ's and AEEZ's between Australia and Indonesia and East Timor (2006).
Southeastern Asia from the east coast of India to the eastern extent of Papua New Guinea. Map shows all countres and capital cities along with major river systems on a colour elevation background.
The southwest section of the Province of Southeast Sulawesi showing District and Sub-district names and borders.
The islands off the south and southeast peninsulars of Sulawesi.
The svg map base extends to include the entire Sulawesi island.
Colour elevation map of the south of Thailand showing province names, borders and a selection of provincial cities.
Colour relief map of Sulawesi showing main rivers.
Kecamatan regions - Wangi Wangi, Kaledupa, Tomia, Binongko - south of Sulawesi main island.
Colour relief map of Sumatra showing province borders and capital cities and main rivers.
East coast of the island of Sumbawa, West Nusa Tenggara, showing the regency of Bima.
Elevation map of Sumbawa, West Nusa Tenggara in Indonesia showing regencies, main roads and towns.
Thailand showing the five administrative regions - Bangkok, Northern Region, Northeast Region, Centra Region and Southern Region.
The Three Gorges river area of the Chang Jiang (Yangtze River). The Three Gorges Dam was constructed at Sandouping in the middle of the Xiling Gorge.
The Autonomous Region of Tibet showing prefecture boundaries, names and capital cities.
The Tibet Autonomous Region of China showing Autonomous Prefectures, Autonomous Regions and the Tibetan Autonomous County.
The Indonesian province of west Sumatra (Sumatera Barat) showing districts and city regions.
Wissel Lake language family, West Papua, Indonesia, with inset map of Indonesia and Papua New Guinea.
Xinjiang Uygur Zizhiqu (Sinkiang), officially known as Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region in northwest China.
Colour elevation map showing selection of major towns and the surrounding geographical features.