Lesser Sunda Islands

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Lesser Sunda Islands
Sunda Kecil
Nusa Tenggara

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Flag of the owner  Coat of Arms of Lesser Sunda Islands
Map of the region
Capital Mataram
Residents 1192
Visitors 792
Language Indonesian
Moving zone C5
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Last update: March 6, 2021

Lesser Sunda Islands is a region in Indonesia and its capital is Mataram.


The region consists of islands of Bali, Lombok, Sumbawa, Flores, Sumba, and Timor, among others. Lesser Sunda Islands borders Australia to the south, making it an important region in the war against Australia, along with Java and Papua.

Lesser Sunda Islands is neighbored by the following regions:


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Indonesian population distribution, November 2010. Lesser Sunda Islands and Maluku islands are among Indonesia's least populated regions

With a population of 343 as of June 10, 2011 (Day 1298), Lesser Sunda Islands was the least populated region of Indonesia (excluding Indonesia’s colonies). Not much attention was given to this region, with the perception that the region will not be a target for foreign attacks, save for Australia (which rarely counter-attack). It was however eventually attacked (and conquered, later freed) during the invasion of China.


The following table lists the known mayors of the region in chronological order.

Date term started Mayor Party name
21 December 2007 om_mudakir Indonesian Defensive Socialist
21 January 2008 Kock Andy
21 February 2008 Kock Andy
March - August 2008 Unknown
21 September 2008 tuahtora Partai Republik eIndonesia