SOUTH EASTERN ASIA
East Timor Map
A map of the East Timor featuring a reference map, satellite imagery, and a physical map. It includes everything from its interior plateau to its cities, highways, lakes and rivers.
East Timor Map
East Timor (Timor-Leste) is a small country in southeastern Asia. It occupies the eastern half of the island of Timor as part of the Indonesian archipelago. It’s located northwest of Australia, between the Timor Sea, Savu Sea and Banda Sea. East Timor also includes the islands of Pulau Atauro and Pulau Jaco in the north and east part of the country. But it also contains the exclave of Oecussi to the west. East Timor is the only country that’s a part of Asia to be completely located in the Southern Hemisphere. The capital and largest city is Dili, located in the north.
East Timor Satellite Map
East Timor occupies an area of 15,007 square kilometers (5,794 sq mi), which makes it slightly smaller than the Fiji Islands. The country is mostly humid with moderate rainfall because it lies between 8° and 10°S latitudes (below the equator). East Timor has a number of rivers and lakes. Although lake area fluctuates, Lake Ira Lalaro is considered the largest lake of the island of Timor anywhere between 10 to 55 square kilometers. Furthermore, it’s an important bird habitat and is part of the Mount Paitchau Important Bird Area. Next, rivers like the Lois and Northern Laclo River that flow from the central mountains to the ocean are the most significant in East Timor..
East Timor Physical Map
The terrain in East Timor is mostly rugged mountains and diverse geographic features. At 2,986 m (9,797 ft), its highest peak is Foho Tatamailau (Mount Ramelau) in the central region of East Timor. The interior of the country has a high plateau with the Ramelau Range, which is the most prominent topographic feature in the country. Also, it consists of a mix of savannah forests, dry grasslands, and dense rainforests. From its rugged hills to its steep mountains, East Timor provides a landscape for a cascade of waterfalls and patches of coastal lagoons.