Indonesia The Greatest Archipelago

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Indonesia The Greatest Archipelago

  1. 1. Singapore Australia It’s between Singapore and Australia
  2. 2. Borneo Celebes Java Bali Moluccas Lesser Sunda Papua
  3. 3. • Indonesia is an archipelago comprising approximately 17,508 islands and only only 6,000 islands are inhabited. • It has 34 provinces and population over 238 millions (density: 2,345 per sq. mil) • The world fourth most populous country • Has more than 300 ethnic groups and traditional languages • Capital city: Jakarta • Border with Papua New Guinea, East Timor and Malaysia • Independence Day: 17 August 1945 • Official Language: Indonesian • Flag: red (top) and white (bottom) • National Anthem: Indonesia Raya
  4. 4. • Official Language: Indonesian It is a modified version of Malay • More than 700 regional languages are spoken in Indonesia • About 50 millions people speak Indonesian as their first language and 180 millions people speak it as a second language.
  5. 5. Area: 182,812 sq. mi Population: 53 millions
  6. 6. Area: 67,410 sq. mi Population: 17.4 millions
  7. 7. Area: 287,000 sq. mi Population: 12 millions
  8. 8. Area: 28,137.7 sq. mi Population: 7.3 millions
  9. 9. Area: 2,231.69 sq. mi Population: 4.22 millions
  10. 10. Area: 123,180.51 sq. mi Population: 3 millions
  11. 11. Area: 28,766.5 sq. mi Population: 2 millions
  12. 12. Tanah Lot Ubud Sanur Beach
  13. 13. Sea World
  14. 14. Borobudur Temple Batik Shop Parangtritis Beach Mount Merapi
  15. 15. Kaliantan Beach Mount Rinjani Ekas Bay Gerupuk Bay
  16. 16. Yellow Rice Chicken Satay Balinese Pork Satay Soto Soup
  17. 17. West Sumatra Celebes Lesser Sunda Java Batak Toba Jambi Aceh Papua Minahasa
  18. 18. Balinese West Java Lesser Sunda West Sumatra Central Java Bangka - Sumatra

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