Japan - colour slide of historic preservation districts.
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.
Austronesian and Trans-New Guinea Phylum languages.
The three major languages of the island of Timor.
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.