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Brunei Topographic

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Topographical map of Brunei. This map is ideal to visit the main geographic features of the country. You can see the borders with other countries and the sea. Also the rivers that cross Bangladesh

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Brunei is a southeast asian country consisting of two unconnected parts with the total area of 5,765 square kilometres (2,226 sq mi). It has 161 kilometres (100 mi) of coastline next to the South China sea, and it shares a 381 kilometre (237 mi) border with Malaysia. It has 500 square kilometres (193 sq mi) of territorial waters, and an 200 nm exclusive economic zone. Most of Brunei is within the Borneo lowland rain forests ecoregion that covers most of the island but there are areas of mountain rain forests inland.

Its relief is not very relevant. The country's highest peak, Mount Bukit Pagon, is located to the east, the mountains part of Iran. In the West, the largest, is still less mountainous, it features more than a few mountains located primarily along the border with Malaysia. The rivers are short and almost all are born in the country and heading north flowing into the South China Sea. The most important river is the Belait river that runs along the west side.