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1 - Canada

Canada

Coastline: 202,080 kilometers

Canada is the world’s second largest country by land area and borders three oceans (Atlantic, Pacific, and Arctic). The country also has a number of islands and bays that contribute to the staggering amount of its coastline, considerably dwarfing the remaining countries on our list.

The nation experiences a wide range of climates because of its size, with the coldest temperatures in the region of the Arctic that Canada claims as part of its jurisdiction. The nation is also home to much of the freshwater in the world and has more lakes than any other country.

 

2 - Indonesia

Indonesia

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.

 

3 - Russia

Indonesia

Coastline: 37,653 kilometers

Russia is by far the largest country in the world by land area, covering over one ninth of the world’s land, which plays a large role in its spot on this list. Russia has easy access to three of the world’s oceans (the Pacific, Atlantic, and Arctic) and its fishing fleets play a major role in the global production of fish. The country also borders a number of seas and is home to roughly one quarter of the world’s freshwater.

 

While it is not on the coast, Moscow is Russia’s most iconic city. Learn more at irhal.com! (link to Moscow)

 

4 - Philippines

Philippines

Coastline: 36,289 kilometers 

Philippines is an island archipelago that consists of over 7,000 islands and has a population of roughly 92 million people. The archipelago is located in Southeast Asia and has a tropical climate, making it one of the richest areas of biodiversity in the world. The majority of the country’s landmass is considered to be a tropical rainforest. The country experiences numerous earthquakes and has many active volcanoes; as a result, the country has a rich stockpile of mineral deposits. Of course, the gorgeous weather and abundance of beaches make this country a great beach-vacation destination for tourists around the globe.

 

5 - Japan

Japan

Japan is made up of four major islands, the largest of which is named Honshu. In total, the Japanese archipelago contains nearly 7,000 islands-which is a big reason why Japan makes it on this list. Nearly eighty percent of the country is mountainous and uninhabitable, which forces the majority of the population to live near the coast in some of the most densely populated cities and regions in the world. Seafood is a staple of the Japanese diet, and the shipping industry has long been an important component of Japan’s economy.  Both are largely a function of this nation’s exposure to the sea.