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  • 1. Republic of IndonesiaNation of Thousands Colors
  • 2. Geography• Largest archipelago.• 17,508 islands (5 major islands – Sumatera, Java, Kalimantan, Sulawesi, Irian Jaya).• 1.9 million miles square.• 400 volcanoes (100 still active).
  • 3. • Independence 17 August 1945. Politics• Unity in Diversity• Democratic country , presidential system• Trias politica (legislative, executive, judicative).• 33 provinces, 497 districts/city.
  • 4. Demography• Population 237 million (Wikipedia, 2011) – 4th world’s largest.• 1,128 tribes (BPS, 2010)• Minority etnics: China, India, Arab.• 726 local languanges (Paul, 2009)• Official language: Bahasa Indonesia
  • 5. Acknowledged Religions Islam Catholic ChristianBuddha Konghucu Hindu
  • 6. Economy• Currency: Rupiah (Rp) EUR 1 ≈ Rp 12,000.• Member of ASEAN, APEC, WTO.• Major industries: oil and gas, textile, mining products, palm oil, wood, rubber, kakao, food and tourism.
  • 7. Art and Culture
  • 8. Traditional MusicSaluang (Minangkabau) Sasando (NTT) Tifa (Papua)Angklung (West Java) Javanese Gamelan (Java) Sampek (Kalimantan)
  • 9. Traditional Dance Saman (Aceh) Gambyong (Central Java) Belian Bawo (Kalimantan)Piring /plate (Jambi, Sumatera) Topeng/Mask (West Java) Tor Tor (North Sumatera) Nggatsi (Papua) Legong (Bali)
  • 10. Traditional Houses Minangkabau Batak traditional housePiring /plate (Jambi, Sumatera) Papua Aceh Toraja
  • 11. Traditional ClothingSongket (Sumatera) Sasirangan (Kalimantan) Batik (Java) Kebaya Tenun (Lombok) Pinawetengan (Sulawesi)
  • 12. BatikBill Gates in Batik Women Batik
  • 13. Gamis Clothes
  • 14. Traditional Wedding ClothesMiddle Java Yogyakarta Minang Sunda Sambas
  • 15. Traditional ceremonies Ngaben (Bali)Sekaten (Jogjakarta) Pasola (Sumba) Rambu Tuka (Toraja)
  • 16. Traditional sportsKarapan Sapi (Madura) Pencak Silat Horse Race (Aceh) Dragon boat race (Palembang)
  • 17. Wayang Wayang Kulit Gatot Kaca, Indonesian Hero Wayang GolekWayang Orang
  • 18. Nasi Kuning Pempek Soto Food and BeveragesEs Kelapa Muda Wedang Cendol
  • 19. Semur Indonesian Food Soto TumisSate Perekedel Martabak
  • 20. Traditional SnacksRisoles Kelepon Lemper Bola-bola
  • 21. Weh island (Aceh) Tourism
  • 22. Toba lake (North Sumatera)
  • 23. Monas (Jakarta)
  • 24. Mount Bromo (East Java)
  • 25. Borobudur temple (Central Java).The Biggest Buddish Temple. Build since the1st Century
  • 26. Prambanan temple (Jogjakarta).The Biggest Hindu Temple. There was a love story behind...
  • 27. Golden Dome (Depok)
  • 28. Sampireun village (West Java)
  • 29. Bedugul (Bali)
  • 30. Tegalalang village (Bali)
  • 31. Kuta beach (Bali)
  • 32. Lombok Beach
  • 33. Canopy bridge (Kalimantan)
  • 34. Floating market (Kalimantan)
  • 35. Tanah Toraja (Sulawesi)
  • 36. Bunaken (Sulawesi)
  • 37. Jaya Wijaya mountain (Papua) Raja Ampat (Papua)
  • 38. Orangutan Endemic species Anoa Komodo dragon Cendrawasih Long-nosed monkeyOne horned rhino Rafflesia arnoldi
  • 39. Terima kasih / Danke / Thank You