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Use a map key to locate countries and major cities in the various regions of Southeast Asia, Australia, and the major Pacific Islands.


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South East Asia

Burma: (Naypyidaw*)
Cambodia (Phnom Penh)
Indonesia (Jakarta)
Laos (Vientiane)
Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur)
Papua New Guinea (Port Moresby)
Philippines (Manila)
Singapore
Thailand (Bangkok)
Vietnam (Hanoi)

*The capital of Burma was changed from Rangoon to Naypyidaw in Nov. of 2005. Click here for an article on changing capitals
Singapore is a city-state, so Singapore is the country as well as the capital

Capitals by Population (from worldatlas.com):
Jakarta: 10,187,595
Bangkok: 8,280,925
Singapore: 5,312,400
Hanoi: 3,398,889
Phnom Penh: 2,011,725
Manila: 1,652,171
Kuala Lumpur: 1,381,830
Naypyidaw: 925,000
Port Moresby: 307,643
Vientiane: 287,579







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Oceania


Australia (Canberra)
Cook Islands (see New Zealand)
Fiji (Suva)
Kiribati (Tarawa)
Marshall Islands (Majuro)
Micronesia (Palikir)
Nauru (none)
New Zealand (Wellington)
Niue (Alofi)
Palau (Melekeok)
Samoa (Apia)
Solomon Islands (Honiara)
Tonga (Nuku’Alofa)
Tuvalu (Funafuti)
Vanuatu (Port-Vila)

Capitals by Population (from worldatlas.com):
Wellington: 381,900
Canberra: 354,644
Suva: 84,410
Honiara: 59,288
Apia: 39,813
Port-Vila: 38,000
Tarawa: 30,000
Majuro: 25,400
Nuku'Alofa: 22,400
Palikir: 9,900
Funafuti: 4,492
Alofi: 1,400



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sources

CIA factbook
https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/index.html

more country info
http://www.aneki.com/profiles/

more maps

U TX libraries
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