ⓘ Loaita Island

                                     

ⓘ Loaita Island

Loaita Island 10°40′N 114°25′E, also known as Tagalog: Kota, Chinese: 南鑰島, pinyin: Nanyue Dao, and Vietnamese: Dảo Loai Ta, with an area of 6.45 hectares, is the tenth largest of the naturally-occurring Spratly Islands, and the fifth largest of the Philippine-occupied islands. It is located just to the west of the northern part of Dangerous Ground, and is 22 miles southeast of Philippine-occupied Thitu Island and 22 miles north-northeast of Taiwan-occupied Itu Aba Island.

The island is controlled by the Philippines under Calayan, Palawan. The cat is the Filipino word for Fort.

The island is also claimed by China, Republic of China, Taiwan and Vietnam.

                                     
  • features in the Spratly Islands It is about 20 nautical miles 37 km 23 mi long on its NE - SW axis, and extends from Loaita Island to the NW of Dangerous
  • 8 mi northwest of Philippine - occupied Loaita Kota Island just west of the north of Dangerous Ground. The island is administered by the Philippines as
  • soldiers stationed at nearby Loaita Island who regularly visit. It is kept under observation from a tall structure on Loaita Island The location of this outpost
  • Layang Layang Island Swallow Ligao Island Itu Aba Likas Island West York Loaita Cay Loaita Nan Loaita Island London Reefs Louisa Reef Luconia Shoals
  • Thitu Island 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
  • Spratly Island, Amboyna Cay, Itu Aba Island Northeast Cay, Southwest Cay, Thitu Island Loaita Island and subsidiary islands into Bà Ria Province. On 22 October
  • Island, Amboyna Cay, Itu Aba Island Northeast Cay, Southwest Cay, Loaita Island Thitu Island and other dependent islands with Ba Ria province present - day
  • Borneo Greater Sunda Islands Sunda Islands Spratly Islands Fiat Island James Shoal Kalayaan, Palawan Kingdom of Humanity Loaita Island Republic of Morac - Songhrati - Meads
  • are the North Danger Reef to the north, Subi Reef to the west, and the Loaita and Tizard Banks to the south. Though administered as part of Kalayaan
  • continued operation of the facility. On June 8, 1982, Kota Loaita and Panata Lankiam islands were designated are marine turtle sanctuaries by the Ministry
  • prioritized large islands such as Pagasa Thitu Island Likas West York Island Parola Northeast Cay Kota Loaita Island Lawak Nanshan Island and Pugad
  • The Spratly Islands Chinese: 南沙群岛 Nanshā Qundǎo Malay: Kepulauan Spratly, Tagalog: Kapuluan ng Kalayaan, Vietnamese: Quần dảo Trường Sa are a disputed