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Mapa ning yatu papakit ne ing karinan ning Asia.
Composite satellite a larawan ning Asia.

Ing Asia iya ing pekamaragul at pekamarakal diling populasyun a continenti o labuad, agpang keng talabaldugan. Sasakupan ne ing 8.6% ning eganaganang lapad/dagul ning yatu, o 29.4% ning lapad ning gabun at atin yang maigit 60% ning populasyun ning yatu.


Kalamnan

Deng Labuad king AsiaAlilan/I-edit

Territoryu ampong labuadAlilan/I-edit

 
UN subregions ning Asia: ██ North Asia ██ Central Asia ██ Southwest Asia ██ South Asia ██ East Asia ██ Southeast Asia
 
Physical map of Asia (excluding Southwest Asia).
Lagiu da reng labuad[1] ampong
territoryu, kambe da reng bandera
Lualas
(km²)
Populasiun
(1 July 2002 est.)
Populasiun pangasiksik
(per km²)
Tungki
Kalibudtang Asia:
  Kazakhstan[2] 2,346,927 13,472,593 5.7 Astana
  Kyrgyzstan 198,500 4,822,166 24.3 Bishkek
  Tajikistan 143,100 6,719,567 47.0 Dushanbe
  Turkmenistan 488,100 4,688,963 9.6 Ashgabat
  Uzbekistan 447,400 25,563,441 57.1 Tashkent
East Asia:
  China[3] 9,584,492 1,384,303,705 134.0 Beijing
  Hong Kong (China)[4] 1,092 7,303,334 6,688.0
  Japan 377,835 126,974,628 336.1 Tokyo
  Macau (China)[5] 25 461,833 18,473.3
  Mongolia 1,565,000 2,694,432 1.7 Ulaanbaatar
  North Korea 120,540 22,224,195 184.4 Pyongyang
  South Korea 98,480 48,324,000 490.7 Seoul
  Taiwan[6] 35,980 22,548,009 626.7 Taipei
North Asia:
  Russia[7] 13,115,200 39,129,729 3.0 Moscow
Ing Maulingaslagang Asia:[8]
  Brunei 5,770 350,898 60.8 Bandar Seri Begawan
  Cambodia 181,040 12,775,324 70.6 Phnom Penh
  Indonesia[9] 1,419,588 227,026,560 159.9 Jakarta
  Laos 236,800 5,777,180 24.4 Vientiane
  Malaysia 329,750 22,662,365 68.7 Kuala Lumpur
  Myanmar (Burma) 678,500 42,238,224 62.3 Naypyidaw[10]
  Filipinas 300,000 84,525,639 281.8 Manila
  Singapore 704 4,483,900 6,369.0 Singapore
  Thailand 514,000 62,354,402 121.3 Bangkok
  Timor-Leste (East Timor)[11] 15,007 952,618 63.5 Dili
  Vietnam 329,560 81,098,416 246.1 Hanoi
Mauling Asia:
  Afghanistan 647,500 27,755,775 42.9 Kabul
  Bangladesh 144,000 133,376,684 926.2 Dhaka
  Bhutan 47,000 672,425 14.3 Thimphu
  India[12] 3,287,590 1,045,845,226 318.2 New Delhi
  Iran 1,648,000 68,467,413 41.5 Tehran
  Maldives 300 320,165 1,067.2 Malé
  Nepal 140,800 25,873,917 183.8 Kathmandu
  Pakistan 803,940 147,663,429 183.7 Islamabad
  Sri Lanka 65,610 19,576,783 298.4 Colombo
Maulingalbugang Asia:
  Armenia[13] 29,800 3,330,099 111.7 Yerevan
  Azerbaijan[14] 46,870 3,845,127 82.0 Baku
  Bahrain 665 656,397 987.1 Manama
  Cyprus[15] 9,250 775,927 83.9 Nicosia
Template:Country data Palestine Gaza[16] 363 1,203,591 3,315.7 Gaza
  Georgia[17] 20,460 2,032,004 99.3 Tbilisi
  Iraq 437,072 24,001,816 54.9 Baghdad
  Israel 20,770 6,029,529 290.3 Jerusalem[18]
  Jordan 92,300 5,307,470 57.5 Amman
  Kuwait 17,820 2,111,561 118.5 Kuwait City
  Lebanon 10,400 3,677,780 353.6 Beirut
Template:Country data Oman Oman 212,460 2,713,462 12.8 Muscat
Template:Country data Qatar Qatar 11,437 793,341 69.4 Doha
  Saudi Arabia 1,960,582 23,513,330 12.0 Riyadh
  Syria 185,180 17,155,814 92.6 Damascus
  Turkey[19] 756,768 57,855,068 76.5 Ankara
Template:Country data United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates 82,880 2,445,989 29.5 Abu Dhabi
Template:Country data Palestine West Bank[20] 5,860 2,303,660 393.1
Template:Country data Yemen Yemen 527,970 18,701,257 35.4 Sanaá
Total 43,810,582 3,902,404,193 89.07

PamagsiasatAlilan/I-edit

Economy of Asia
During 2003 unless otherwise stated
Population: 3,958,768,100 (2006 Estimate)
GDP (PPP): US$18.077 trillion
GDP (Currency): $8.782 trillion
GDP/capita (PPP): $4,518
GDP/capita (Currency): $2,143
Millionaires: 2.0 million (0.05%)
Most numbers are from the UNDP from 2002, some numbers exclude certain countries for lack of information.
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Deng Ilang king AsiaAlilan/I-edit

Ilang ning Badain Jaran

Ilang ning Cholistan

Ilang ning Dasht-e Kavir Ilang ning Dzoosotoyn Elisen

Ilang ning Empty Quarter

Ilang ning Gobi Desert

Ilang ning Hami

Ilang ning Karakum Ilang ning Kum-tagh Ilang ning Kyzyl Kum

Ilang ning Lop

Ilang ning Negev

Ilang ning Ordos

Ilang ning Shapotou Ilang ning Syrian

Ilang ning Taklamakan Ilang ning Thar

 
Mapa ning Asia melimbag inyang 1892.
  1.   Continental regions as per UN categorisations (map), except 12. Depending on definitions, various territories cited below (notes 6, 11-13, 15, 17-19, 21-23) may be in one or both of Asia and Europe, Africa, or Oceania.
  2.   Kazakhstan is sometimes considered a transcontinental country in Central Asia and Eastern Europe; population and area figures are for Asian portion only.
  3.   The current state is formally known as the People's Republic of China (PRC), which is subsumed by the eponymous entity and civilisation (China). Figures given are for mainland China only, and do not include Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan.
  4.   Hong Kong is a Special Administrative Region (SAR) of the PRC.
  5.   Macau is a Special Administrative Region (SAR) of the PRC.
  6.   Figures are for the area under the de facto control of the Republic of China (ROC) government. Claimed in whole by the PRC; see political status of Taiwan.
  7.   Russia is generally considered a transcontinental country in Eastern Europe (UN region) and Northern Asia; population and area figures are for Asian portion only.
  8. Excludes Christmas Island and Cocos (Keeling) Islands (Australian external territories ampong ing Indian Kadyatmalatan maulingalbugan ning Indonesia).
  9.   Indonesia is often considered a transcontinental country in Southeastern Asia and Oceania; figures do not include Irian Jaya and Maluku Islands, frequently reckoned in Oceania (Melanesia/Australasia).
  10.   The administrative capital of Myanmar was officially moved from Yangon (Rangoon) to a militarised greenfield just west of Pyinmana on 6 November 2005.
  11.   Timor-Leste is often considered a transcontinental country in Southeastern Asia and Oceania.
  12.   Includes Jammu and Kashmir, a contested territory among India, Pakistan, and the PRC.
  13.   Armenia is sometimes considered a transcontinental country: physiographically in Western Asia, it has historical and sociopolitical connections with Europe.
  14.   Azerbaijan is often considered a transcontinental country in Western Asia and Eastern Europe; population and area figures are for Asian portion only. Figures include Nakhchivan, an autonomous exclave of Azerbaijan bordered by Armenia, Iran, and Turkey.
  15.   The island of Cyprus is sometimes considered a transcontinental territory: in the Eastern Basin of the Mediterranean Sea south of Turkey, it has historical and sociopolitical connections with Europe. The Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC), distinct from the de jure Republic of Cyprus in the south (with a predominantly Greek population), is recognised only by Turkey.
  16.   Gaza and West Bank, collectively referred to as the "Occupied Palestinian Territory" by the UN, are territories partially occupied by Israel but under de facto administration of the Palestinian National Authority.
  17.   Georgia is often considered a transcontinental country in Western Asia and Eastern Europe; population and area figures are for Asian portion only.
  18. In 1980, Jerusalem was proclaimed Israel's united capital, following its annexation of Arab-dominant East Jerusalem during the 1967 Six-Day War. The United Nations and many countries do not recognize this claim, with most countries maintaining embassies in Tel Aviv instead.
  19.   Turkey is generally considered a transcontinental country in Western Asia and Southern Europe; population and area figures are for Asian portion only, excluding all of Istanbul.
  20.   West Bank and Gaza, collectively referred to as the "Occupied Palestinian Territory" by the UN, are territories occupied by Israel but under de facto administration of the Palestinian National Authority.