This is a list of the Indonesian provinces by highest point, including DKI Jakarta. The highest point in Indonesia is Puncak Jaya, in Central Papua, at 4,884 metres (16,024 feet), which ranks the country as 28th by highest point[citation needed]. Several of the peaks in the list are unnamed, and are better known by the mountain range in which they are located:

Highest points

Rank Province Peak Height (m) Height (ft)
1 Central Papua Puncak Jaya[1][2] 4,884 16,024
2 Highland Papua Puncak Mandala[a] 4,760 15,620
3 West Sumatra, Jambi Mount Kerinci[3] 3,805 12,480
4 West Nusa Tenggara Mount Rinjani[4] 3,726 12,224
5 East Java Mount Semeru[5] 3,676 12,060
6 South Sulawesi Mount Latimojong[6] 3,478 11,411
7 Aceh Summit of Mount Leuser[7] 3,466 11,371
8 Central Java Mount Slamet[8] 3,432 11,260
9 South Sumatra Mount Dempo[9][10] 3,173 10,410
10 West Java Mount Cereme[11] 3,078 10,098
11 West Sulawesi Tanete Gandang Dewata[12] 3,074 10,085
12 Bali Mount Agung[13] 3,031 9,944
13 Central Sulawesi Mount Sojol[14][15] 3,030 9,940
14 Maluku Mount Binaiya[16] 3,027 9,931
15 West Papua Mount Arfak[17] 2,955 9,695
16 Yogyakarta Mount Merapi[18] 2,910 9,550
17 Bengkulu Mount Patah[19] 2,852 9,357
18 Southeast Sulawesi Mount Mekongga[20] 2,620 8,596
19 Southwest Papua Mount Tohkier[21] 2,461 8,074
20 North Sumatra Mount Sinabung[22] 2,460 8,070
21 East Nusa Tenggara Mount Mutis[23] 2,427 7,963
22 Central Kalimantan Bukit Raya[24] 2,278 7,474
23 Lampung Mount Pesagi[25] 2,262 7,421
24 North Kalimantan Batu Jumak[26] 2,250 7,382
25 East Kalimantan Mount Liangpran[27] 2,240 7,349
26 Gorontalo Huidu Tentolomatinan[28] 2,204 7,230
27 Papua Foja Mountains 2,193 7,195
28 North Maluku Buku Sibela[29][30] 2,111 6,926
29 West Kalimantan Slope of Bukit Raya[31][32] 2,086 6,844
30 North Sulawesi Mount Klabat[33][34] 1,995 6,545
31 Banten Mount Halimun[35] 1,929 6,329
32 South Kalimantan Mount Halau-Halau/Besar[36][37] 1,892 6,207
33 Riau Mount Mandiangin[38] 1,284 4,213
34 Riau Islands Mount Daik[39] 1,165 3,822
35 Bangka-Belitung Mount Maras[40] 699 2,293
36 Nusantara Mount Parung[41] 687 2,254
37 Jakarta Autograph Tower[42] 385 1,263
38 South Papua slope of Star Mountains[43] 310 1,017
  1. ^ Controversy exists whether Puncak Mandala or Puncak Trikora is higher. Whichever is higher is the highest mountain in Highland Papua and the second-highest on the island of New Guinea.

See also

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