What colony originally a dutch colony?

There are many places that used to be Dutch colonies, such as:

U.S.:
  • New York
  • Acadia
  • Lewes, Sussex, Delaware


Caribbean:
  • Anegada
  • Tobago
  • Saint Croix
  • Tortola
  • Virgin Gorda off the coast of Haiti


South America:
  • Guyana
  • Demerara
  • Suriname
  • Essequibo
  • New Holland (Brazil - Half the capitanas)


Africa:
  • Angola
  • Arguin Island
  • Dutch Gold Coast (settlements along coast of Ghana, including El Mina)
  • Goree (in Senegal)
  • Moçambique
  • Sao Tomé
  • South Africa. The Dutch Cape Colony (Kaapstad / Cape Town)

Indian Ocean:
  • Mauritius


Middle East:
  • Iraq, Al Basrah)
  • Jemen, Al Mukha (Mocca)

Indian Subcontinent:
  • Bangladesh
  • Burma (Myanmar)
  • Sri Lanka
  • India (Suratte, Malabar, Coromandel)

Asia-Pasific:
  • Indonesia
  • Malacca
  • Molukken or Maluku Islands
  • Taiwan (Tayowan)
  • Tonkin/Annam (Vietnam) (Tonkin, Hoi An)
  • New Zealand
  • Australia