Tag Archives: Study in Papua New Guinea

Top 10 Largest Islands in the World

The following 10 islands are the largest in the world by area. On the map, Ellesmere may look a lot bigger than some of the other islands, but that’s obviously due to the distortion of the map (countries appear larger near the poles). Australia is not listed because it is a continent, and the definition of an… Read More »

Top 10 Largest Countries in Oceania

When you think of Oceania, you probably think of countries like Australia and New Zealand. Yet there are many more countries in this part of the world: sixteen in total. Are you curious about the size of these countries? You will discover it in these top 10 largest countries in Oceania. Check aceinland for list of top 10 largest… Read More »

Papua New Guinea Culture of Business

Subchapters: Introduction Addressing Business Meeting Communication Recommendations Public holidays Introduction Papua New Guinea is a culturally very distinctive island, part of the wider cultural circle of Melanesia and has close ties to Australia and Great Britain, not only as a member of the British Commonwealth of Nations, but also because these former colonial powers shaped… Read More »

Papua New Guinea Landmarks

Papua New Guinea – traveling in the country Airplane: Due to the geographic nature of the country, the population of Papua New Guinea is heavily dependent on air transport, which is mostly carried out by small airplanes. The residents often live isolated in mountain valleys or on islands. As a result, up to 2000 runways… Read More »

Papua New Guinea Geography

Papua New Guinea geography Papua New Guinea is a state in the western Pacific Ocean geographically assigned to Oceania. It includes the eastern part of the island of New Guinea, the Bismarck Archipelago, the Lousiade Archipelago, the D’Entrecasteaux Islands, the northern Solomon Islands Buka and Bougainville, as well as many small islands and tiny atolls.… Read More »

Papua New Guinea Climate

Although Papua New Guinea is located directly on the equator, the climate is not tropical in the whole country, but varies greatly. Because Papua New Guinea also has mountains up to 4,500 m high. Therefore, the climate ranges from tropical to alpine. The lowlands and the coastal zones have a tropical, always humid and hot… Read More »