Lesser Sunda Islands

Lembata

 

Lembata is an island in the Lesser Sunda Islands, formerly known as Lomblen island; it is the largest island of the Solor Archipelago, in the Lesser Sunda Islands, Indonesia. It forms a separate regency of the province of Nusa Tenggara Timur. The length of the island is about 80 km from the Southwest to the Northeast and the width is about 30 km from the West to the East. It rises to a height of 1,533 metres.

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Lesser Sunda Islands

Pulau Pantar

 

Pantar (Indonesian: Pulau Pantar) is the second largest island in the Indonesian Alor Archipelago, after Alor. The island is about 50 km north-to-south, and varies from 11 to 29 km in east-west width. It has an area of 728 km².

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Lesser Sunda Islands

Pulau Alor

 

Alor (Indonesian: Pulau Alor) is the largest island in the Alor Archipelago located at the eastern Lesser Sunda Islands that runs through southeastern Indonesia, which from the west include such islands as Bali, Lombok, Sumbawa, Komodo, and Flores.

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Maluku Islands

Pulau Wetar

 

The tropical island of Wetar belongs to the Indonesian province of Maluku and is the largest island of the Barat Daya Islands (literally Southwest Islands). It lies east of the Lesser Sunda Islands, which include nearby Alor and Timor, but it is politically part of the Maluku Islands.

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Maluku Islands

Pulau Reong

 

The small island of Reong, which lies off the northwest coast of Wetar, presents a change in scenery as it is made of limestone. Sharks, barracuda and schools of other large pelagics frequently visit these waters. Other delights can be found while snorkeling the impressive walls and a site full of diverse marine life.

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