Republic of indonesia

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Republic of indonesia

  1. 1. Republic of IndonesiaNation of Thousands Colors
  2. 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. 3. • Independence 17 August 1945. Politics• Unity in Diversity• Democratic country , presidential system• Trias politica (legislative, executive, judicative).• 33 provinces, 497 districts/city.
  4. 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. 5. Acknowledged Religions Islam Catholic ChristianBuddha Konghucu Hindu
  6. 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. 7. Art and Culture
  8. 8. Traditional MusicSaluang (Minangkabau) Sasando (NTT) Tifa (Papua)Angklung (West Java) Javanese Gamelan (Java) Sampek (Kalimantan)
  9. 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. 10. Traditional Houses Minangkabau Batak traditional housePiring /plate (Jambi, Sumatera) Papua Aceh Toraja
  11. 11. Traditional ClothingSongket (Sumatera) Sasirangan (Kalimantan) Batik (Java) Kebaya Tenun (Lombok) Pinawetengan (Sulawesi)
  12. 12. BatikBill Gates in Batik Women Batik
  13. 13. Common Clothes
  14. 14. Traditional Wedding ClothesMiddle Java Yogyakarta Minang Sunda Sambas
  15. 15. Traditional ceremonies Ngaben (Bali)Sekaten (Jogjakarta) Pasola (Sumba) Rambu Tuka (Toraja)
  16. 16. Traditional sportsKarapan Sapi (Madura) Pencak Silat Horse Race (Aceh) Dragon boat race (Palembang)
  17. 17. Wayang Wayang Kulit Gatot Kaca, Indonesian Hero Wayang GolekWayang Orang
  18. 18. Nasi Kuning Pempek Soto Food and BeveragesEs Kelapa Muda Wedang Cendol
  19. 19. Semur Indonesian Food Soto TumisSate Perekedel Martabak
  20. 20. Traditional SnacksRisoles Kelepon Lemper Bola-bola
  21. 21. Weh island (Aceh) Tourism
  22. 22. Toba lake (North Sumatera)
  23. 23. Monas (Jakarta)
  24. 24. Mount Bromo (East Java)
  25. 25. Borobudur temple (Central Java).The Biggest Buddish Temple. Build since the1st Century
  26. 26. Prambanan temple (Jogjakarta).The Biggest Hindu Temple. There was a love story behind...
  27. 27. Golden Dome (Depok)
  28. 28. Sampireun village (West Java)
  29. 29. Bedugul (Bali)
  30. 30. Tegalalang village (Bali)
  31. 31. Kuta beach (Bali)
  32. 32. Lombok Beach
  33. 33. Canopy bridge (Kalimantan)
  34. 34. Floating market (Kalimantan)
  35. 35. Tanah Toraja (Sulawesi)
  36. 36. Bunaken (Sulawesi)
  37. 37. Jaya Wijaya mountain (Papua) Raja Ampat (Papua)
  38. 38. Orangutan Endemic species Anoa Komodo dragon Cendrawasih Long-nosed monkeyOne horned rhino Rafflesia arnoldi
  39. 39. Terima kasih / Dangke

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