Jakarta -- An earthquake with magnitude of 5.4 rocked eastern parts of Indonesia on Tuesday, meteorology agency said here.

The quake struck in the morning and at epicenter at 103 kilometers northwest Ternate of North Mauku province and at 99 kilometers in depth.

There was no report of damage or casualty.

Indonesia with over 230 million population sits on a vulnerable quake-hit zone so called "The Pacific Ring of Fire," where two continental plates meet that cause frequent seismic and volcanic movement.