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Indonesia is a country situated in Southeast Asia and is the world's largest archipeligac state, with 17,508 islands according to government estimates. The region was an intrinsic part of the false story given by the Oceanic Six‎, detailing the supposed crash of Oceanic Flight 815 off the coast of Bali.

Locations

Bali

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Location of Indonesia
Main article: Sunda Trench

It is said by Naomi that Oceanic Flight 815 crashed into an ocean trench off the coast of Bali. In the alternate reality game Find 815, Sam Thomas confirms this by locating the wreckage in the Sunda Trench, which is near Bali. However, it is later revealed that the wreckage was staged by Charles Widmore.

In addition, Kate was on her way to Bali before she was arrested. (Hearts and Minds)

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Lost locations in the South Pacific

Jakarta

As part of the alternate reality game Find 815, Sam Thomas flies to Jakarta to investigate the disappearance of Flight 815, boarding the Christiane I which was docked there.

In addition, Drive Shaft reportedly recorded a live album in the city. (Find 815).

Membata

Main article: Membata

Membata is believed to be a fictional Island (though in the show it is addressed as uncharted). An uninhabited location, it is used as part of the cover-story to explain how the Oceanic Six survived the crash. According to a spokeswoman during the Oceanic Six press conference‎, the plane crashed near the island, and currents pulled a number of survivors to the shore. There they lived for 108 days. ("There's No Place Like Home, Part 1")

Sumba
Sumba as shown at the Oceanic press conference

Sumba

According to the above mentioned cover story, after staying on Membata for over one hundred days, a typhoon caused a boat to also reach the Membata shore. With supplies onboard, the survivors used the boat to reach the real island of Sumba, where they allegedly made contact with locals in the village of Manukangga.

Other

The Ajira Airways website announces a new service from Los Angeles to Honolulu to Guam to Indonesia, although it does not specify which city in Indonesia. Ajira Airways Flight 316 may fly part or all of this route.

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