Coastline: 54,716 kilometers
Indonesia is the fourth most populous country in the world with a population of roughly 230 million people. It also has the world’s largest population of Muslims. The nation is found in Southeast Asia and consists of 17,508 islands, each contributing to this country’s extensive coastline. This lands Indonesia in second place on our list.
Because of the enormous number of islands that make up the country, Indonesians are incredibly diverse and speak a wide range of languages. The country’s location and tropical climate have caused it to become the country with the world’s second highest level of biodiversity. The nation’s beautiful beaches only add to its appeal as a tourist destination.