The table below presents the latest Human Development Index (HDI) for countries in Asia and the Pacific as included in a Development report of united nations development programme released on 15 December 2020 and based on data collected in 2019.
This is a list of Asian countries and dependent territories by population sorted by normalised demographic projections. Asian countries by population, 2018 Table [ edit ]
The Smallest Countries Of Asia By Area Maldives is the smallest country in Asia, It's area covers 300 Sq Km, and the second smallest country in Asia is Singapore which covers an area of 716 sq km, Bahrain in 765 sq km, Brunei in 5,765 sq km, Palestine in 6,220 sq km, Cyprus in 9,251 sq km, Lebanon in 10,452 sq km, Qatar in 11,586, Timor-Leste ...
5 South-East Asia Malaysia. 6 South-East Asia Myanmar, Burma. 7 South-East Asia Philippines. 8 South-East Asia Singapore. 9 South-East Asia Cambodia. 10 South-East Asia East Timor (Timor-Leste) 11 South-East Asia Lao, People’s Democratic Republic. 12 South-East Asia Thailand. 13 South-East Asia Vietnam. 14 South-East Asia Cocos (Keeling) Islands
Time Zones used in Asia. The Asia continent and all the Asian countries use eleven standard time zones i.e. the time zone ranges from UTC (GMT) +4 to UTC (GMT) +10. Highest Point in Asia. The highest point in Asia is the Mount Everest with a height of about 8848 meters and lies above the sea level and it is the highest peak in the world.
List of Asian capitals. Because of the difference in economic development level of countries in Asia, their capital cities vary greatly in their standard of living. The most comfortable places to live are Singapore, Tokyo, Seoul.
This page displays a table with actual values, consensus figures, forecasts, statistics and historical data charts for - Inflation Rate. This page provides values for Inflation Rate reported in several countries part of Asia.