Flags of Asian countries

Asia is the largest continent on Earth by area. It covers more than 30% of the world's landmass and 8.7% of the Earth's total area. Asia is striking in the diversity of its natural landscapes, including vast deserts, mountains, steppes, forests, and rivers. In the northwest, there are mountain ranges such as the Himalayas, including the world's highest peak, Mount Everest. A large part of Asia's population lives in countries such as China and India, which are considered the two most populous countries in the world. It is also home to such historically and culturally rich countries as Japan, Korea, and Iran. Economically, Asia is one of the most developed parts of the world, with countries such as Japan and China playing a key role in the global economy. It is also home to major cities such as Tokyo, Shanghai and Mumbai, which are known for their modern architecture and innovation. Countries such as the United Arab Emirates, Israel, and Singapore contribute greatly to scientific progress because of their high level of technological development.

This page contains all the flags of the countries that make up Asia. There are 16 countries from West Asia, 5 countries from East Asia, 5 flags from Central Asia, 9 flags from South Asia and 11 flags from Southeast Asia. You will not find information about Cyprus, Turkey, Akrotiri and Dekelia here - they are described on the page with flags of European countries, as they can be attributed to Asia and Europe. There are also flags of dependent territories. For example, the Cocos Islands and Christmas Island are dependent on Australia, Hong Kong and Macau are dependent on China, and the British Indian Ocean Territory is dependent on the United Kingdom.

Thus, here you can learn about 51 flags of Asian countries.