About East Timor
East Timor is in southeastern Asia in the eastern end of the Indonesian archipelago, part of the eastern half of the island of Timor. It’s located northwest of Australia, between the Timor Sea, Savu Sea and Banda Sea.
The terrain in East Timor is mostly rugged mountains. Its highest point is Foho Tatamailau, which is a mountain peak roughly 2,963 meters in height.
East Timor also includes the islands of Pulau Atauro and Pulau Jaco in the north and east part of the country. It’s the only country that’s a part of Asia to be completely located in the Southern Hemisphere.
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