Question by  nating (37)

How long is Asia's coastline?


Answer by  PJAGANI (231)

Asia's coastline is approximately 38,000 miles (62,800 km. ). Asia is the largest continanat on earth and occupy approximately 30 percent of the space on earth, having the largest coastline than any other continanat on the earth.


Answer by  Jon33 (20)

Asia's coastline, some 39,000 miles (62,800 km) in length, is, variously, high and mountainous, low and alluvial, terraced as a result of the land being uplifted.


Answer by  sdfarmer (374)

Asia coastline is about 39,000 miles (62,800 km) long. It contained many different geographic features. Many islands are located near the Asian coastline such as Japan archipelagos, Taiwan, Hainan, Philippines archipelagos, Sumatra, Borneo, New Guinea, Sri Lanka. There are many delta resulted large rivers such as Mekong, Huangha, Yangtze, and Ganges rivers.


Answer by  camdyn (6)

Asia's coastline is approximately 38000 miles (62800 km) long. The coastline is varied in both elevation and topography. Indonesia has the longest coastline in Asia.


Answer by  klamp (98)

Asia's coastline is about 39,000 miles and is the second largest coastline in the world; North America is the largest. It is very rocky with mixed topography and spotted with islands.


Answer by  Craftlady (26)

Approximately 38,000 miles (62800 km) long. The coastline is bounded by the Indian Ocean to the south, the Pacific Ocean to the east, and the Arctic Ocean to the north.


Answer by  wigglewasp (781)

Asias coastline is about 39000 miles and is very rocky and spotted with cliffs and islands. During hurricane season the water around the coast gets very rough and slows down fishing for a while. In some spots it has not mountains and is very low but still has rough waters.

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