Welcome to Nusa Tenggara Islands
Nusa Tenggara Islands have 2 provinces, they are:
Fact about West Nusa Tenggara:
Capital: Mataram. (Location - Lombok) Location: This province is made out of 2 big islands, Lombok and Sumbawa and several smaller islands. Rivers: Sedutan, Dodokan, Babak, Jangkok, Brang Beli, Brang Rea, Brang Sumbawa, Palung, Putih and Brang Nas. Mountains: Rinjani, tambora, Plawangan, Baru, Timanuk, Nangi, Punikan, Kuta, Tuki and Ot Dinding. Lakes: Segara Anak and Segara Muncak on Lombok Island. Flora: Teak, sapodila, dal, bergia and buabangsa malucana. Fauna: Deer, corvulus muncak and gosong. Exports: Coffee, processed wood, pearl, seaweed, cinnamon, cod-liver oil, shrimp. Food Crops: Rice, corn, peanut and soybean. Commercial Crops: Coconut, clove, rubber, cacao and tea. Fish Products: Skipjack tuna, barramundi, bastern little tuna, common squid tiger prawn, banana prawn, endeavor prawn, giant gouramy, milk fish, shrimp and tilapia. Forest Products: Rattan, log, resin and incense. Mining: Petroleum, LNG, coal and lead. Industry: There are many small industrial centers. Tourist Attractions Lombok: Sukarare, Senggigi Beach, Narmada, Taman Mayura, Batu Bolong Beach, Gili Air, Gili Meno and Gili Trawangan, Mount Rinjani. Tourist Attractions Sumbawa: Mount Tambora, Moyo Island, Sape, Bima, Tepas .
Fast Fact about East Nusa Tenggara:
Capital: Kupang Islands: 111 islands the main ones are Timor (west), Sumba, Flores, Roti, Saba, Solor, Adonara, Lomblen, Pantar, Alor Mountains: Ruteng, Netu Nefomnasi, Tubu, Muyis, Kelimutu, Lawetobi Laki-laki and Lawetobi Perempuan. Lakes: Kelimutu. Flora: Sandalwood, accacia and eucalyptus tree and varieties of wild orchids. Fauna: The prehistoric varanus komodoensis. Rainfall: The rainfall is the lowest in Indonesia. Exports: Sandalwood, cattle, cement Food Crops: Corn, Rice, peanut and soybean. Commercial Crops: Sandalwood, Seaweed farming, coconut, clove, rubber and cacao. Fish Products: Tuna, skipjack tuna, barramundi, shrimp, anchovy, gouramy, common carp, tilapia and milk fish. Forest Product: Sandalwood oil, Rattan, resin, incense, log, teakwood, ebony and meranti (shorea). Mining: Petroleum, LNG, coal and tin. Handicraft: Hand woven textiles Tourist attractions: Komodo and the dragons, Three Coloured Lakes - Kelimutu - Ende, Passola - Sumba