ⓘ Lankiam Cay

                                     

ⓘ Lankiam Cay

Lankiam Cay 10°43′N 114°32′E is the smallest of the naturally occurring Spratly Islands. It has an area of 0.44 hectares, and is located about 7 nautical miles east-northeast of Philippine-occupied Loaita Island, just west of the north of Dangerous Ground.

The island is administered by the Philippines under Calayan, Palawan, and is the eighth largest of the Philippine-occupied Islands. He also claims peoples Republic of China, Republic of China, Taiwan, and Vietnam.

                                     
  • it has taken an elongated shape for some years. Like Flat Island and Lankiam Cay it is barren of any vegetation. No underground water source has been
  • an island, two sand cays and a lagoon: Loaita Island 10 41 N 114 25 E 10.683 N 114.417 E 10.683 114.417 Lankiam Cay 10 43 N 114 32 E 10
  • Lankiam Cay Lawak Island Nanshan Island Layang Layang Layang Layang Island Swallow Ligao Island Itu Aba Likas Island West York Loaita Cay
  • a crescent moon for a few years, and the shape of a letter S Like Lankiam Cay it is barren of any vegetation. No underground water source has been
  • The soldiers also guard the nearby Lankiam Cay Panata which lies about 8 miles 13 km to the east - northeast. The cay is under observation from a tall
  • Subi Reef 1.24 Loaita Bank Loaita Island, Lankiam Cay 1.25 1.26 Tizard Bank Namyit Island, Gaven Reefs, Sand Cay Itu Aba Island, Petley Reef, Eldad Reef
  • Thitu Island Pagasa the West York Island Likas the Lankiam Cay Panata the Northeast Cay Parola the Irving Reef Balagtas the Commodore Reef
  • Northeast Cay Kota Loaita Island, Lawak Nanshan Island and Pugad Southwest Cay Two small islands, Patag Flat Island and Panata Lankiam Cay were
  • operation of the facility. On June 8, 1982, Kota Loaita and Panata Lankiam islands were designated are marine turtle sanctuaries by the Ministry
  • occupied by Malaysia. The islands are all of a similar nature they are cays or keys sand islands formed on old degraded and submerged coral reefs