A sunset viewed from the western coast of Teng.

Teng is one of the main islands of the Daihexi archipelago. Among the three big islands, it is the northernmost one. It is separated from Makwau by the Strait of Dxaula. Although it was the first to be populated, it saw the rise of states later than Makwau.

It is divided in two main regions, Adai and Rumaba by the Oidxwul Mountains. Rumaba bears the Kowagi peninsula to its south. Another division is by climate: the west is subtropical and the east mediterranean.

Teng is mainly populated by Pel-Sâtoun people (around 85%) and has a minority of Kwoudangese people in the west, notably the Adai peninsula.

Daihexi islands
Teng - Makwau - Abwaxa