Indonesia at 1:4,500,000 from Nelles Verlag on a double-sided, smaller size sheet offering a convenient format for use when travelling. Several insets provide enlargements of the country’s most visited areas.
On one side is the western part of Indonesia with the peninsular Malaysia, including Sumatra, Java, Borneo and the western Nusa Tenggara islands with Bali and Lombok. Enlargements show a part of northern Sumatra around Medan and Lake Toba, plus central Java around Yogyakarta and Semarang. The epicentre of the earthquake on 26th December 2004 is marked with a note explaining that the road network in the Aceh Province is shown as it was before the devastating floods from the Tsunami.
On the reverse is the remaining part of the country, from eastern Borneo and Bali to Western New Guinea. Enlargements show Bali, Lombok and the south-western part of Sulawesi with a further enlargement of the Tana Toraja area around Rantepao.
Relief shading with spot heights and names of mountain ranges and peaks presents the topography. Road network distinguishes between highways in good and poor condition, with distances on main routes. Railway lines are marked and local airports show access to more remote parts of the islands. The map also shows internal administrative boundaries with names of the provinces. National parks or protected areas and various places of interest are highlighted. Latitude and longitude margin ticks are at 4° intervals. The map has no index of localities. Map legend includes English.