Asia, Oceania & Pacific Basin

Principal Rivers and Bodies of Water
1. Amur River
2. Arabian Sea
3. Aral Sea
4. Bay of Bengal
5. Brahmaputra River
6. Dead Sea
7. East China Sea
8. Euphrates River
9. Ganges River
10. Huang (Yellow River)
11. Indus River
12. Lake Baikal
13. Lena River
14. Mekong River
15. Ob River
16. Persian Gulf
17. Philippine Sea
18. Sea of Japan
19. Sea of Okhotsk
20. South China Sea
21. Tigris River
22. Yangtze River
23. Yenisey River


Principal Mountain Ranges
24. Altai
25. Himalayas
26. Hindu Kush
27. Zagros

28. Great Dividing Range
(Australia)


Principal Islands
29. Borneo
30. Hainan Dao, China
31. Hawaii, U.S.
Indonesia
     32. Celebes
     33. Java
     34. Sumatra
Japan
     35. Hokkaido
     36. Honshu
     37. Kyushu
     38. Shikoku
39. Mariana
40. New Guinea
New Zealand
     41. North Island
     42. South Island
Philippines
     43. Luzon
     44. Mindanao
45. Sri Lanka
46. Taiwan
47. Tasmania, Australia



Other Features
48. Arabian Peninsula
49. Gobi Desert
50. Great Barrier Reef (Australia)
51. Great Indian Desert
52. Kamchatka Peninsula
53. Korean Peninsula
54. Plateau of Tibet
55. Taklimakan Desert



























Lena Delta
July 1, 2000
The Lena River, some 2,800 miles (4,500km) long,
is one of the largest rivers in the world
Blue Mountains, Australia 2009, Bayle