American Samoa

American Samoa is a territory of the United States of America that is not incorporated and organized. It is under the protection of diplomatic and military forces provided by the United States. However, in this case, there are some exceptions to the laws and regulations imposed by those of the U.S. The island of Tutuila, located in American Samoa, boasts the most fast-food eateries and is the largest consumer of fast-food items in the South Pacific. 2013 saw Samoa Air, an airline with its headquarters [...]


In Anguilla, two oceans meet, making it the largest Caribbean island by land area. The tropical climate, low-lying corals, and limestone landscape contribute to the stunning water shortage. In a town of 18,090 islanders, they have remained in the island's harsh conditions for over 300 years. Through careful management and water conservation, as well as using cisterns, Anguillans have come up with solutions to let their irregular rain patterns work even in unpredictable droughts, which can last for between three and four months. As the [...]


Aruba is one of the four countries that make up the Kingdom of the Netherlands, including the Netherlands, Curaçao, and Sint Maarten. All of the people who live in these countries are Dutch, and they all live in the same country. Aruba isn't like the rest of the Caribbean. It has a dry climate and cactus-strewn landscape. A clear, sunny sky can be expected all year long on the island because of the weather, which helps tourism. There were two Europeans who visited Aruba for [...]

British Virgin Islands

The British Virgin Islands are an overseas territory of the United Kingdom in the eastern Caribbean Sea. There are a group of islands called the Virgin Islands that make up the northeastern end of the Greater Antilles. This island is part of that group. It is to the west. Puerto Rico is on the west. Tortola, Anegada, and Jost Van Dyke are the largest islands, with Jost Van Dyke, Virgin Gorda, Tortola, and Anegada being the smallest. On the largest island, Road Town is the [...]

Cayman Islands

It is an island of over 7,000 islands that stretches from the northern point of South America up to the northern tip of North America and Mexico. The Caribbean is made up of various nations, each having its own fascinating history and set of interesting information to share with visitors. There are a lot of people who go there to go on vacation. It's one of the most popular places in the world.  It doesn't matter if you're going to Cuba or Barbados. It's easy [...]

Cook Islands

The Cook Islands are located in the South Pacific ocean. They are some of the world's most beautiful sites to see. The Cook Islands consists of 15 islands, and the population roughly reaches up to 20,000. These small Islands have their government and are also in free association with New Zealand. The Island's total area is roughly 240 sq kilometers. They have friendly ties with New Zealand, and the country is also responsible for defending the small nation of Cook Island. They have the responsibility [...]

Falkland Islands

The Falkland Islands, also known as the Malvinas Islands or the Spanish Islas Malvinas, are a British overseas territory in the South Atlantic Ocean. They are self-governing and have their own government. It's approximately 300 miles (480 kilometres) northeast of South America's southernmost point and roughly the same distance east of the Magellan Strait. Stanley is the capital and largest town on the island of East Falkland. There are also a few small settlements and a Royal Air Force base at Mount Pleasant, about 35 [...]

French Guiana

On the northeastern coast of South America, French Guiana is a territory part of France. It is made up of tropical rainforests. Before the French took over the land, it was used mainly by native Americans. People who live in Cayenne, the capital of this French territory, live in beautiful Creole homes and shop on the streets. The central plaza, Places des Palmistes, is lined with stores and restaurants. Don't mix it up with Guyana if you want to go to French Guiana.  This is [...]

French Polynesia

French Polynesia is a group of islands in the South Pacific that are part of France. Where in the South Pacific is this place, to be exact? To get to this French territory from New Zealand, you'll have to go east and south from Hawaii. It's more than 2000 km long. French Polynesia is known for being one of the most beautiful places on the planet. It's a great place for honeymooners and people on vacation. History Polynesians first set up camp on the islands [...]


Gibraltar is a small island off the southern coast of Spain. "The Rock" is what people call it. Gibraltar is a British territory, even though it is on the south coast of Spain, even though it is British. This is why Gibraltar has been a sign of British naval power for a long time. As someone who hasn't been to Gibraltar, it is hard to get your head around what it is like. Spain doesn't own this land at the end of Spain. You may [...]


Although Greenland is physically a part of the American continental shelf, it has been politically and economically incorporated with Europe throughout the last thousand years, first under the rule of Norway and subsequently of Denmark. Even when it was still a part of Denmark in 1973, it joined the European Union (EU) but later withdrew from the organisation. It was originally inhabited by Inuit Eskimos who made their way over the ice from Canada to Greenland. It is intriguing to look at a map and [...]


Guam is the most populous and southernmost of the islands in Guam, which is located in the Marianas Archipelago. Guam is split into a northern limestone plateau and a southern series of volcanoes. Presently Guam remains an independent, non-organized territory belonging to Guam in the United States. The inhabitants of Guam have been U.S. citizens since 1950. Guam has been included in the U.S. Congress since 1973 with a non-voting delegate; however, they do not vote at the presidential level. The executive branch comprises governors [...]

Hong Kong

Hong Kong consists of the island of Hong Kong (32 sq mi / 83.5 sq km), Stonecutters' Islands, Kowloon Peninsula, and the New Territories on the adjoining mainland. Hong Kong is an island. Hong Kong was ceded to Britain in 1841. Stonecutters' Island and Kowloon were annexed by 1860, as well as those in the New Territories, which are mostly agricultural land were acquired from China from 1898 to last for 99 years. On July 1st, 1997, Hong Kong was returned to China. This vibrant [...]


Amid China's vast underbelly along the southeastern coastline, Macau covers all 29.2 square. Kilometres (11.4 sq. miles). About 64 km (40 miles) to the west to Hong Kong across the Pearl River Estuary It was Portugal's final colony within Asia until 1999 and then was returned to China. Macau is a unique mix that combines Portuguese and Chinese traditions; Macau makes an interesting day trip or an overnight stay if you wish to escape the hustle in Hong Kong. Macau is regarded as a gambling [...]


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New Caledonia

New Caledonia is indeed a true melting pot of cultures and diverse experiences. It was first settled by Kanak people around 3000-years ago. The stunning island was annexed by France around 1853. French culture is a clear influence on the island, but there's a strong Melanesian presence. Different cultures also have moved towards New Caledonia, including groups from Asia (Indonesia, Japan, and Vietnam) as well as other islands (Tahiti, Wallis, and Futuna as well as Reunion Island). All of the communities have left their mark [...]


Niue is an autonomous island state that is the free association to New Zealand. The state is located on the west island of islands of the Cook Islands but is administratively distinct from the Cook Islands. Niue is situated about 1,340 miles (2,160 kilometers) north to the northeast of Auckland, New Zealand, and approximately 240 miles (385 km) east of the Vava'u Group of Tonga, located in the southwest of the Pacific Ocean. Niue is often referred to as "the Rock of Polynesia" or "the [...]

Norfolk Island

New Caledonia, Australia, and New Zealand are all in the Pacific Ocean. Norfolk Island is indeed a small island in the middle of the three countries. It is 1,412 kilometers (877 miles) towards the east of Evans Head on the Australian mainland and about 990 kilometers (560 miles) to the west of Lord Howe Island. There are a lot of people living on this Island in Australia. Along with two other islands, it is one of the territories of Australia's exterior. It is home to [...]

Northern Mariana Islands

The Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI) is located north of Guam in the Micronesian Region of the Pacific Ocean. Three of the 15 islands in the country are inhabited: Saipan Rota Tinian. The Northern Islands Municipality is home to the 12 remaining islands. The United States has two commonwealths, Puerto Rico and the Northern Mariana Islands. Due to its colonial history and current relationship with America, the CNMI has a diverse culture. Two indigenous groups are also found in the Northern Mariana Islands, [...]

Pitcairn Island

Pitcairn Island is located in the South Pacific, about halfway between South America and Australia. It consists of Pitcairn Island and three uninhabited islands, Henderson, Duicie, and Oeno. British mutineers first settled Pitcairn aboard the Bounty, which Capt commanded. William Bligh. It is one of the most remote islands on the planet. In 1838, the British annexed it as a British colony. The settlement was evacuated to Norfolk Island due to overpopulation in 1856. However, 40 people returned soon after. History Pitcairn Island, a remote [...]

Reunion Island

Reunion Island is an outlying French region and department in the Indian Ocean. It is a unique destination with unsurpassed natural beauty and diversity. Here's a brief overview of Reunion Island's history, from formation through discovery to colonization. Land Reunion is a volcanic island. It consists mainly of rugged mountains that torrential waters have eroded. The west-central region contains three mountain massifs with summits above 9,000 feet (2.740 meters), which includes the Piton des Neiges (height of 10.069 feet [3,069 meters]). Several large basins and [...]


Taipei is an island that floats throughout the South China Sea, which is about 100 miles off the shoreline of mainland China. Eastern Asia has had many exciting things happen to it over the years. It has been a place to hide, a mystic land, and perhaps a place where people could make money. Today, Taiwan has to deal with the fact that it hasn't been fully recognized by other countries. However, it has a strong economy and is now a working capitalist democracy. History During the [...]


Tokelau is in the middle of the South Pacific Ocean, between Hawaii and New Zealand. Three coral atolls make up the 10km 2 areas. About centuries ago, Polynesian people started living there. It wasn't until 1889 that Tokelau became a British protectorate. Most humans on Earth do not recognize the name of this tiny country. As time goes on, their life doesn't change. It doesn't get better or worse. Time has stopped here, and everyone in this small state is happy. History As per Tokelau's [...]

Turks And Caicos Islands

In the Atlantic Ocean, the Turks and Caicos Islands are a British Overseas Territory called the Turks and Caicos Islands. They belong to the Caribbean region. There are even more than 40 tiny cays as well as islands or even eight islands that also are inhabited. They are split into two groups: the Turk Islands in the east are Grand Turk & Salt Cay, and also the Caicos Islands in the west are South Caicos, North Caicos, Middle Caicos, Pine Cay, Providenciales, and Parrot Cay. [...]

US Virgin Islands

The US Virgin Islands are an insular territory in the Caribbean. A group of islands is called an archipelago, and these islands are part of it. Those islands are called the Leeward Islands. They are near the Lesser Antilles, which are called the Leeward Islands. The United States Virgin Islands are made up of the significant islands of St. Croix, St. John, and St. Thomas, as well as Water Island, a tiny but historically significant island. To put it another way: The land area of [...]

Wallis And Futuna

At the start of the 19th century, French missionaries moved to the two island groups between Fiji and Samoa. In the 1880s, a protectorate was set up. People from France are in charge of the area. There is a 20-member territorial assembly, a deputy and a senator in the French national parliament, and a high official from France. The three Polynesian monarchs also have a role in determining the country's internal policies. It was changed from a territory to an Overseas Territory in 1961 after [...]

Western Sahara

It used to be a Spanish colony, but Morocco took it over in 1975. For a long time now, Morocco and also its indigenous Saharawi people have had a long-running territorial dispute. The Polisario Front is in charge of that fight. After a long insurgency, the UN-brokered a truce in 1991. The commitment of an independence referendum hasn't come true yet, though. A buffer zone, or "berm," surrounded by landmines and fortifications, runs the length of the disputed region, separating the Moroccan-administered western section from [...]