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Longest Rivers in Asia

This list highlights the Asian continent's thirty longest rivers:

  • Yangtze - 3,915 miles
  • Yellow - 3,395 miles
  • Mekong - 3,050 miles
  • Lena - 2,734 miles
  • Irtysh - 2,640 miles
  • Yenisei - 2,540 miles
  • Ob - 2,268 miles
  • Lower Tunguska, 1,857 miles
  • Indus - 1,800 miles
  • Brahmaputra - 1,800 miles

Convert Miles to Kilometers

  • Amur - 1,755 miles
  • Salween - 1,749 miles
  • Euphrates - 1,740 miles
  • Vilyuy - 1,647 miles
  • Amu Darya - 1,578 miles
  • Ganges - 1,560 miles
  • Ishim - 1,522 miles
  • Ural - 1,509 miles
  • Olenyok - 1,424 miles
  • Aldan - 1,412 miles

Convert Miles to Kilometers

  • Syr Darya - 1,374 miles
  • Ayeyarwady - 1,350 miles
  • Kolyma - 1,323 miles
  • Tarim - 1,260 miles
  • Vitim - 1,229 miles
  • Xi - 1,200 miles
  • Sungari - 1,197 miles
  • Tigris - 1,180 miles
  • Tunguska - 1,159 miles
  • Angara - 1,105 miles

Asia Major Rivers

Middle East Rivers

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